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Beginners collection.
Random order.

Railway Officials.
1929
Steiner Page 56.
Assume all forgeries unless proven otherwise.

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1921
Would be Steiner Page 9A



1921
Steiner Page 10.

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1926
Steiner Page 13.



1929
Steiner Page 14.

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Hello Rod, Nice to see Belgium,i like their stamps, I only have to go 20 kilometers to the south and I am in Belgium. I took at look at the Railway/service stamps in the Belgian catalogue and it shows that used examples are not at all expensive. Financially it would not make a lot of sense to forge used ones. But maybe I am wrong and somebody else can tell us a bit about forgeries of these series used. Kind regards Johan. When I have time I will post a few pictures of Belgium covers tomorrow.
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Hi Johan,

I have not had time to flyspeck my issues.

"Floortrader" had some interest here............
Hope this helps.

http://goscf.com/t/35956
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Posted 03/09/2017   5:38 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add perf12 to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
rod222; Some info on the authentic overprints (winged wheel).
http://faussessurchargesbelge.skyne...index-3.html
And this one,more general.
http://fauxtimbres.skynetblogs.be/index-1.html
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Thank you Perf12.
Those pages do not address my particular page posted, just the bare winged wheel.
nonetheless, they are fabulous links for other issues.
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1914
Belgium under occupation.

Beginners collection (below) Steiner Page 75.

Then there's the awesome collection
http://goscf.com/t/53015



Any information on these, welcomed.

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Posted 03/10/2017   02:58 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Johan Buvelot to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
A few covers:

First a 1915 le Havre cover with Red Cross stamps. Most of these covers are Philatelistic, not difficult to find, but prices are all over the place. Ranging from 5 US dollar to 20+ US Dollar. So shop around.



Next a bit of overkill, a 5 franc 1939 stamp used on a cover to the Netherlands. But I am still happy to have it.



A cover with on the right 2 pairs from booklets.

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Posted 03/10/2017   07:53 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add perf12 to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
rod222: Here is the authentic and forgery overprint below.
In the authentic overprint has the following characteristics:
1)The wing edge should be incurved.
2)The wheel is double on the outside.
3 The outer line of the triangle is almost straight.
4)the bottom line of the wheel is flat.

Authentic overprint:



Forged overprint:


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Fabulous Perf12 Thank you.
Have your work printed, and opposite my album Page
Look forward to peering through the loupe.

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1944
Steiner Page 2 ........."Belgique-Belgie"



1944
Steiner Page 3 ........."Belgie-Belgique"

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Using Perf12 advice.

I make the first 2 genuine, last 2 "dodgy"

1. Genuine opts appear crisp and clear, outer line of wheel, "bends in" top and bottom.

2. Others may be "over inked" but they are dodgy in my opinion, and have them as forged.
(The wheel seems more "flatter" or turned towards the observer in the forgeries)

Interested members can download the images and "toggle" between, to make their own opinion.




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1946
Personal Page : Postal Discount Surcharges.

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Hello Johan,
lovely covers, thanks for sharing. Not seen your booklet pairs before.
They are new ones for me.
I find them very attractive, I have tried to get an image of the "SARIBO" stamp album, without success............

Here are a few of my booklet tabs / labels.

The green tab........Halley's Comet ?



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Sheets and Souvenir Sheets Sundry.

Sc#B221 1938
Note: The 2 pin holes and Cancellation as per issue, considered mint unused.



Sc#B279 1941
Sheet of 9 Issued format.

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