Stamp Information, Images, and Values

Russia/USSR Postal Issues

Scott 26 - 38


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Catalog Info

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S 26 MH opened for $1 and four people bid up to $8.50.  Scott values at $6 and two people bid over that (July 00).
S 26a Used, opened for $19.75 and two bids took up to $20.50.  Scott values at $75 (Oct 00).
S 27 MH, opened for $1 and three people bid up to $8.  Scott values at $5.25 and two people bid over that (July 00).

A 27b postally used stamp opened for $10 and four people bid up to $20.  Scott values at $50 (July 00).

A 27b postally used stamp opened for $18 and closed with no bids.  Scott values at $55 (Sep 00).

S 27b Described as used and with some cut perfs as illustrated.  Opened for $14.90 and closed with no bids.  Scott values at $55 and plainly this stamp needs to be reduced in value substantially to recognise its condition (Oct 00).
S 28a eBay described as used.  Opened at $9 and three people bid it up to $32.  Scott values at $70 for 2000 and 2001 (June 00).

Used, opened for $19.75 and two bidders took up to $23.50 (Oct 00).

S 26-30 Used, opened for $4.75 and two people bid up to $6.50.  Scott values at $12 (July 00).
S 31-8 eBay described as "31-8 used" but there are nine stamps here.  It appears that the lot includes both 32 and 32a (the stamp second from the left on the top row) - an unannounced bonus!  Opened for $1.80 and two people bid up to $3.75.  Scott values the basic set for $11.60 and adding a 32a to this would increase its value to $11.85 (Aug 00).

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