Stamp Information, Images, and Values

Russia/USSR Postal Issues

Scott 105 - 200


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Catalog Info

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Notes

S 112-6 MNH, opened for $60 and closed with no bids.  Scott values at $54.25 for MLH (Jul 01).

113 by itself, Used, opened for 10c and two bidders took up to 26c.  Scott values at $4.50 (Aug 01).

S 119-134 Described as a mix of MNH and MLH, opened for $10 and three people bid up to $18.50.  Scott values at $15.65 for MLH (July 00).
S 119-135 A complete set of these stamps plus also a 'bonus' 7k stamp slipped in too!  Described as MH, opened for $9 and three bidders took up to $17.50.  Scott values at $41.20 (Jul 01).
S 124 MNH OG and with selvedge as shown.  Opened for $4 and three bidders took up to $13.55.  Scott values at $12 for MH (Oct 00).

MNH, opened for $4 and four bidders took up to $10.50 (Nov 00).

S 131a eBay MNH opened for $1 and 11 people bid it up to $25.  Scott values at $20 for MH (July 00).  While one could argue that $25 is merely a realistic premium over the $20 value for MH, it still represents a reasonably high value sale and so I'm highlighting it in red.
S 131d A lovely corner block of five, clearly illustrating the double groundwork.  MNH.  Opened for $10 and five bidders took up to $122.50.  Scott values each stamp at $14 MLH, ie $70 for the five of them, and undoubtedly a premium needs to be added for the block of five and the MNH (Aug 01).
S 131e MH, inverted background.  Opened for $6 and five bidders took it up to $15.50.  Scott values at $20 (Sep 00).
S 149-50 eBay used tied to piece with clear legible postmark.  Opened for $10 and sold at that price.  Scott values at $6 and notes their scarcity (June 00).
S 149-50 imp Described as MLH and signed by the Soviet Philatelic Association to confirm they are not fakes.  Opened for $800 and closed with no bids.  Scott values at $975 for two pairs (a pair of imperf stamps being the best way of confirming that the stamps really truly are imperf rather than trimmed perf stamps), which would suggest that two single stamps are worth considerably less than half this, ie, less than $450 (Oct 00).
S181-9 gutter pairs eBay a set of gutter pairs MNH of 181,2,4 and 188,9, with two sets of 184 - normal and described as "thin" (but not pelure) paper.  Opened for $40 and closed with no bids.  Scott values the stamps at $1.05 per set or $2.10 for both sets.  Note also the comments alongside the sale of gutter pairs 73-86.  (June 00).

A gutter pair of S183, M, opened for $5 and sold at that price.  Scott values at 20c for each stamp, 40c for the pair (Jul 01).

S 183c eBay M opened for $6.75 and four people bid it up to $16.50.  Scott values at $13 and three bidders offered more than this (June 00).
S 184a eBay described as "Pelure imperf pair with error - strips inside the letters and numbers".  Opened for $25 and sold at that price (ie $12.50 each).  Scott values each stamp at $10 (Aug 00).
S 200f The stamp on the left (which is the one for sale) is claimed to be Scott 200f MNH (as opposed to 200c) and the stamps to its right are examples of regular 200 and 200d.  Opened on eBay for $250 and closed with no bids.  Scott values at $225, Michel for DM775 and SG for 225.  (May 00).

Same stamp opened for $200 and closed with no bids (June 00).


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