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Dangerous Forgeries And How To Spot Them, With Material From Stanley Gibbons Reference Collection

 
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This lecture may be of general interest to many in the forum. Starts at 6 PM EST in Virtual Stampex and it's free. Just requires registration to Virtual Stampex so leave enough time to register :-) https://www.stampexinternational.co.uk/ Access to the lecture is on this page: https://stampex.vfairs.com/en/hall Click on the "Talks" icon seen on the virtual lecture stage.

Dangerous Forgeries and How to spot them, with material from Stanley Gibbons reference collection.

Fri, March 26, 11:00 PM (GMT)

Stanley Gibbons has been purchasing dangerous forgeries and removing them from the philatelic market for over a century, and today holds one of the most comprehensive reference collections of forged stamps anywhere in the world. Head of Commonwealth George James, supported by illustrations of some of the most dangerous examples, will show you what makes them so dangerous, how to spot them, and how this should affect your collecting habits.

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