Stamp Information, Images, and Values

Russia/USSR Postal Issues

Scott 19 - 25


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Catalog Info

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Notes

S 19 eBay sale of stamp on the right with shifted yellow background.  Opened for $50, closed with no bids.  Scott values regular stamp for 50c.  (May 00)

eBay sale of 21 of these as a "cancel collection" including a strip of 8.  Opened for $1 and five people bid it up to $47 (ie $2.24 a stamp).  Scott values each stamp at 50c (May 00).

eBay sold as a collection of eleven mint.  Opened for $1 and five people bid up to $26.50 (ie $2.41 a stamp).  Scott values each stamp at $3 (July 00).

eBay sold as a collection of nine used as a cancel collection.  Opened for $1 and five people bid up to $8 (ie 89c each).  Three people bid over Scott (July 00).

S 20 eBay sold as a collection of eight used.  Opened for $1 and three people bid it to $15.50 ($1.94/stamp).  Scott values each stamp at 50c (May 00).  Note that this sold at a premium almost certainly because of the "on piece" stamps with lovely postmarks.

eBay sold as a collection of seven mint.  Opened for $1 and five people bid up to $23 ($3.29 each).  Scott values each stamp at $4.50 (July 00).

eBay sold as a collection of four mint.  Opened for $1 and five people bid up to $19 ($4.75 each).  Two people bid over Scott value.  (July 00).

A 20d used opened for $9 and two people bid up to $10.50.  Scott values at $40 (Aug 00).

S 22

and 22c

eBay described as M, VF, heavily hinged but OG (?!).  Opened for $1.35 and four people bid up to $5.50.  Scott values at $5.50 (June 00).

eBay a set of eight sold as a cancel collection.  Opened for $1 and five people bid up to $33 (ie $4.13 each).  Scott values at 55c each (July 00).  Two people bid over this amount - note that one of the stamps might be an error or rarity which is perhaps why this occured.

A used 22c opened for $25 and two bidders took up to $35.  Scott values at $125 (Nov 00).

S 23 eBay sale of 19 of these as a "cancel collection" including strip of 8, and two strips of 3.  Opened for $1 and five people bid it up to $42 (ie $2.21 a stamp).  Scott values each stamp at $1 (May 00).

eBay sale of six as a cancel collection.  Opened for $1 and three people bid up to $11 (ie $1.83 each), with two people bidding over Scott's value (July 00).

eBay bulk lot of twelve M, two NH, the rest H, including a block of six.  Opened for $1 and eight people bid up to $123.50 ($10.30 each).  Scott values at $25 each (July 00).

S 23a eBay described as postally used pair.  Opened for $10 and four people bid up to $17.15 (ie $8.58 per stamp).  Scott values at $11 each in both the 2000 and 2001 catalogs (July 00).

A used 23a opened for $2.50 and three bidders took up to $11.50 (Nov 00).

S 24 and 24a eBay sale of five of these as a "cancel collection".  Opened for $1, four people bid it up to $15.50 (ie $3.10 per stamp).  Scott values each stamp at $6  (May 00).

Used, F/VF, opened for $1.50 and closed with no bids (June 00).

eBay set of 12 sold as a "cancel collection".  Opened for $1 and six people bid up to $51 or $4.25 a stamp (July 00).

A fair only condition used 24a opened for $6 and sold at that price.  Scott values at $65 in both the 2000 and 2001 catalogs (July 00).

A used 24a opened for $5 and closed with no bids (Nov 00).

A used 24a opened for $5 and sold at that price (Jul 01).

S 25

and 25a

eBay sale of five of these, sold as a "cancel collection" but no remarkable cancels among them.  Opened for $1, seven people bid up to $33 (ie $6.60 each stamp).  Scott values each stamp at $20 in 2000 and $25 in 2001 (ie $100 for five)  (May 00).

eBay used LH F/VF opened for $12 and closed with no bids (June 00).

eBay M opened for $58 and sold for that price.  Scott values at $75 (June 00).

A second auction by the same seller at the same time sold a second M stamp for the same price (June 00).

eBay set of eight sold as a cancel collection.  Opened for $1 and five people bid up to $62.50 (ie $7.81 per stamp).  July 00.

A used 25a stamp opened for $6 and sold at that price.  It was in fair - good condition only.  Scott values at $40 in their 2000 and 2001 catalogs (July 00).

A used 25a stamp opened for $10 and three people bid up to $18.50.  It was in F-VF condition with a nice clear cancel.  This is interesting because this stamp was sold, by the same person on the same day as the preceding 25a, but look at the huge variation in interest!  Clearly quality does command a premium (July 00).

A used 25a opened for $5 and two people bid up to $10.50 (Aug 00).

A used 25a opened for $10 and sold at that price (Nov 00).

A used 25 opened for $6 and sold at that price (Nov 00).

A used 25 opened for $2.50 and three bidders took up to $3.38 (Jul 01).


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