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Need Help Identifying 4 Stamps. 3 Marked Taufend And 1 Marked Belgien

 
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I would like to know the year and value of these stamps. Thank you



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Edited by Godgrace777 - 02/21/2021 9:37 pm

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Posted 02/21/2021   9:13 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add John Becker to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
The first letters are:
T Tausend
B Belgien
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Thank you! Made the change in the title
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The three German stamps are from the period of hyperinflation in 1923 when the postal rates were probably going up every day, and the normal everyday definitives went up in face value from a few pfennigs to hundreds of millions, even billions of marks in a matter of a few months. They are priced in Scott at the minimum price of 25 cents for unused. Many of these inflation issues, because they would have remained at the current postage rate for such a short time (a few days at most) are priced higher in genuinely used condition, anywhere from maybe six times as much ($1.50 used vs $0.25 unused for Scott 259 - the pink one in your photo) to 6 thousand times as much: ($1500 used vs $0.25 unused for Scott 267) The Belgium overprint is from 1914 when Germany occupied Belgium early in World War I, Scott price also 25 cents.
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