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Revenues - R300s Or R600s - I Assume R667 And R660

 
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Posted 12/04/2019   1:10 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add Mrita75 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
Hello,

Can you confirm or share insight on how I distinguish if these Revenues are R 300 and R 392 or R667 and R660. I assume they are newer as they seem to be in good shape (based on my limited knowledge).

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They do not have the "series (date)" overprint, so they are the later numbers.
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They are the 1954 issues, R667 and R660. The 1c through $10,000 values from 1940 through 1953 are all overprinted in black Series followed by the year. The 1c through $20 without the Series overprint are from 1954 and were in use through 1967. The $30 through $10,000 stamps from 1954 to 1958 all have the Series and year overprint. Starting in 1958 these stamps were issued without the overprint and remained in use through 1967.
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Yes the more I looked, I also came to that conclusion. You guys are awesome, thank you for the response. Everyday I will learn a little more. Nora.
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