Stamp Information, Images, and Values

Russia/USSR Postal Issues

Scott 250 - 275A


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Catalog Info

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Notes

S 258 MLH,  opened for $2 and two bidders took up to $2.25.  Scott values at $3.50 (Jul 01).
S 262 eBay described as used, appears to be VG only.  Opened for $9, three bidders took it up to $26.  Scott values at $75 (May 00).
S 263 eBay described as MH.  Opened for $5, four bidders took it up to $11.75.  Scott values at $21 (Jul 01).

A set of 263 and 264, MNH, opened for $15 and three bidders took up to $22 (Jul 01).

MLH, opened for $2 and four bidders took up to $7.50 (Jul 01).

S 264 eBay described as MH.  Opened for $5 and sold at that price.  Scott values at $21 (Jul 01).
S 265-8 M, eBay opened for $10 and three people made twelve bids to take it up to $36.79, with the closing bids being $36.79, $35.79 and $21.00.  Unless I'm missing something here, Scott values at $10 in 2000 and 2001 (June 00).

MNH, opened for $5 and three bidders took up to $8 (Nov 00).

S 268 variant M241B SG404 eBay claimed to be "Rare variety of 20 kop Death of Lenin (Scott#268) with a narrow frame 20x25mm used on jan.29 1925".  Opened for $25 and sold for that price.  Scott does not distinguish value for the three variants of this stamp, showing $1.50 as its value.  Michel suggests DM400 and SG 100.  (May 00).
S 275A eBay used opened for $10 and sold for that price.  Scott values at $25 (June 00).
footnote after 275A

M248E-261E

eBay MNH opened for $75 and sold at that price.  Scott values at this price, and Michel values at DM515 (about $235) (Aug 00).

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