Stamp Information, Images, and Values

Russia/USSR Postal Issues

Scott 6 - 10


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Catalog Info

Image

Notes

S 6

M 10

SG 10

eBay MH opened for $10 and five people bid up to $36.  Scott values at $40 (July 00).

Postally used, opened for $10 and sold at that price.  Scott values at $40 for both 2000 and 2001 (July 00).

Used, opened for $10 and four bidders took up to $21.50 (Nov 00).

S 7

M 10

SG 10

  (5k black and lilac)
S 8

M 5

SG 5

eBay described as Used with a "1" (St Petersburg) dot cancel.  Opened for $2.50 and sold for that price.  Scott values at $10 for both 2000 and 2001 (June 00).

eBay described as postally used, opened for $5 and sold for that price (July 00).

eBay MH opened for $10 and four people bid it up to $27.  Scott values at $140 - increasing to $150 in 2001 (July 00).

M OG opened for $50 and sold at that price (July 00).

Two lots, each of a postally used 8 on a letter opened for $50 each and closed with no bids, while a third lot from the same seller sold at the $50 asking price on the same day (July 00).

Used, opened for $2 and two bidders took up to $2.75 (Sep 00).

Used, opened for $3.50 and two bidders took up to $4.55 (Oct 00).

Used, opened for $1.25 and closed with no bids (Nov 00).

MNG, opened for $9.50 and four bidders took up to $15 (Jul 01).

S 9

M 6

SG 6

eBay described as Used.  Opened for $10, two people bid it to $15.50.  Scott values at $85 for both 2000 and 2001 (May 00).

eBay described as MH.  Opened for $10 and five people bid up to $61.  Scott values at $350 for both 2000 and 2001 (July 00).

Used, opened for $20 and sold at that price (July 00).

Used, nice cancel, VF, opened for $25 and closed with no bids (Aug 00).

Used, nice cancel, VF, opened for $25 and closed with no bids (Oct 00).

Used, opened for $9 and closed with no bids (Oct 00).

Used, opened for $20 and closed with no bids (Oct 00).

Used, opened for $10 and three bidders took up to $21.50 (Nov 00).

S 10

M 7

SG 7

eBay, described as Used, Right side perfs blunted.  Opened at $17.85 and sold for that price.  Scott values at $100 for both 2000 and 2001 (May 00).  Note that clearly this price was discounted to reflect the poor condition of this stamp.

eBay described as MH, opened for $10 and ten people bid up to $85.  Scott values at $350 for both 2000 and 2001 (July 00).

Postally used, F, opened for $25 and closed with no bids (July 00).

Nice cancel and described as "thin at top", opened for $9.75 and two bidders took up to $12.50.

Used, opened for $10 and three bidders took up to $32 (Nov 00).

Used, opened for $3 and five bidders took up to $26.25 (Jul 01).

Used, opened for $10 and sold at that price.  Note that this and the preceding stamp were sold (by different bidders) on the same day - why did this second stamp sell for so much less?  Two possible explanations - first because the second one had a short perf, which the seller made a point of very fairly highlighting, secondly, because the eBay listing was confusing and not obvious from its headline (indeed, I was a bidder on the first stamp but didn't even see the listing for the second stamp or else would have definitely bid over $10 for it!).  (Jul 01).

S 10 Here is a nice "Number 1" dot cancel of a Scott 10.

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