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Computer Vended Postage - Cvp31, Cvp32, Cvp33 Pns And PNC5

 
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Posted 01/15/2019   1:52 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add quigngt to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
I've been in the US for almost a month and took the opportunity to go on a buying spree for my specialty areas. Here is a sample of some items.

All singles and strips have plate numbers. There are 4 PNS and 6 PNC5 plus a 22c Flag with T1 Plate number all purchased from the same seller.




Below are just a part of a full set of CVP31 Dull gum MNH minus the 39cent pair. Plus 3 used pairs. Anyone have MNH 39c dull gum pair they'd like to sell?
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Posted 01/15/2019   5:52 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add bookbndrbob to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Nice finds!
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I believe I must correct myself a bit to be more accurate in the description of the MNH pairs. A full set would most likely be most denominations up to maximum the machines could print which if I recall correctly was $9.99. My "full set" are pairs of 50 denominations from 1 cent to 50 cents so technically it can't be a "full set".
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Edited by quigngt - 01/15/2019 6:49 pm
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The Michel Automatenmarken-Spezial catalog is very useful for identifying computer-vended stamps. These (the horizontally-formatted ones) were printed with 2 different fonts, different gums, and different tagging. They could be purchased in denominations up to US$99.99.

Michel's "way" is to price sets of the various printings, gums, etc. in specific denominations of 4 stamps. I am not quite sure why they do this unless USPS Philatelic Sales sold them this way. If they did, I don't remember it.
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