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260 “ 250.000m on 500m vermilion 261 A26 800.000m on 5m light green(G) 262 “ 800.000m ". 10m light green G) 263 A35 800.000m on 200m carmine rose 26, “ 800.000m on 300m light green (G) 265 “ 800.000m on 400m dark brown 266 “ 800.000m on 400m light green (G) 267 “ 800.000m on 500m light green (G) 268 “ 800.000m on 1.000m light green (G) 269 " 2.000.000m on 200m rose red 270 “ 2.000.000m on 300m deep green 271 “ 2.000.000m on 500m dull rose 27 “ 2,000.000m on 5.000m dull rose Serrate Rowlette 1312. 273 A26 400.000m on 15m bistre (Br) 27/, “ 400.000m on 25m bistre (Br) 275 “ 400.000m on 30m bistre (Br) 276 “ 400.000m on 40m bistre (Br) 277 “ 2.000.000m on 5.000m dull rose Perf. 278 A35 5.000m greenish blue 279 “ 75,000m dark violet 280 A39 500.000m brown 281 “ 1.000.000m greenish blue 282 “ 2.000.000m dull violet 28, “ 4.000.000m yellow green 285 “ 5,000.000m rose 286 “ 10.000.000m red 287 “ 20.000.000m deep ultramarine 289 “ 50.000.000m dull green 290 “ 100.000.000m £ 291 “ 200.000.000m bistre brown
The stamps of type A39 usually have the value darker than the rest of the design.
Official Stamps of 1920 Surcharged with New Walues, Wmkd. Lozenges. Perf. 14. 585 O3 100.000m on 15pf violet brown 586 O2 250.000m on 10pf carmine rose
301 D2 6c on 10c brown 302 “ 12c on 25c rose 303 “ 15c on 20c olive green 30!, “ 1f 6c on 30c red 305 “ 1f 12c on 50c brown violet 306 “ 1f 15c on 5c blue | 307 “ 3f 3c on 1fr red brown, straw | CEORC1A. V 1923 Stamps of 1922 Surcharged with New Walues, Handstamped Surcharge in Black, 31, A7 40.000r on 5.000r green Printed Surcharge in Black, M.3 A5 20.000r on 500r rose 45 A7 80.000r on 3.000r brown
—Mr. Harold F. Whittaker.
Messrs. Y. Souren Co.
C ERMANY., 1923 Stamps and Types of 1921-23 Surcharged with New Walues in Warious Colors, Wmkd. Network. | Perf. 14. 251 A29
25.000m on 25m olive brown
252 A35 75.000m on 300m yellow green ( 253 “ 100.000m on 100m violet * 25!, “ 100.000m on 300m bluish green (G) 255 “ 125.000m on 1.000m salmon 256 “ 250.000m on 200m carmine rose 257 “ 250.000m on 300m deep green 258 “ 250.000m on 400m dark brown
279a A6 50 l on 50 l ultramarine —Stamp Collecting.
Stamp of 1901 Surcharged
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blue 30r on brown 1 et
*238a–241 3, 4, 5,
10r 4 varieties . . . . . . . 1.10
S C OTT'S MO N T H L Y J O U R N A L
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Chronicle of New Issues-Continued
ITALY-Continued. PARCEL POST STAMPS.
Stamp of 1914-17 Surcharged
CENT. 60 GO
North Born Eo. POSTAGE DUE STAMPS.
1921-23 Regularlssue of 1909 Surcharged "POSTAGE DUE",
338 A57 8c rose & black PAPUA. 1923 Type of 1916 Issue.
Wmkd. Crown and Single-lined A.
PERSIA. Stamps of 1922
Surcharged with New Walues,
665 A32 10c on 20k bistre & violet brown 666 “ 1k on 30k green & red —Champion's Bullet in Mensuel. POLAND. 1923 Portrait of Konarski.
1923 Perf. 13%.
77 A52%p orange
—Mr. R. Roberts.
138 SD3 60c carmine & brown
- #. £,
1/2 A17 3fr dark blue & blue
Perf. 14. 111 A20 1%p orange brown
—Mr. R. Roberts.
Replace Chronicle in November
h& A10 1fr olive brown
The stamps of types A3, A4 and A5 in the 1923
–Economist Stamp Co.
1928 Type of 1912 Issue.
262 “ 75c pink
POSTAGE DUE STAMPS.
1923 Type of 1911 Issue.
1923. Types of 1922-23 Issue.
Perf. 1412-c. 15.
Type of 1923 Issue.
2h1a A51 20r red violet
* On # -
250 A58 1k orange
251 A59 3k red brown
252 A58 4k deep rose
253 A60 6k light blue
251, A59 10k dark blue
1928 Type of 1922 Issue.
113 A22 25c lilac rose & yellowish —Berner Brze/marken Zeitung.
J O U R N A L
Brussels Stamp Exhibition
OLLECTORS will probably be interested in the following advance information, gathered from a letter to our editor from Mr. P. J. Maingay, Hon. General Secretary of the Federation Royale des Cercles Philateliques de Belgique: “The exhibition will be held in the last week of May, 1924, in the magnificent Egmont Palace of Brussels. His Majesty King Albert has kindly agreed to act as Patron to the Exhibition and our Committee of Honor comprises several ministers, the Mayor of Brussels, etc., etc. “For your information I beg to mention that our International Jury is composed of the following gentlemen: Napier; France, M. Langlois, President of the French Federation; Italy, Dr. Diena; Switzerland, Baron de Reuterskiold; Scan
dinavia, Nils Strandell; Spain, Manuel Galvez; Holland, Mr. Manus; United States, to be announced later. As you see,
these are all well known names and most of these gentlemen were also on the London Jury. Since writing you last we have secured the good services of Mr. Anthony de Worms, F. R. P. S. L., London, as our Commissaire Général for Great Britain. “Our French circulars will be sent out this week and the English ones probably a week afterwards. I trust you will allow me to send you a small supply of the latter. • “Now I should like to point out to you that customs formalities here are by no means the same as in France. Stamps come
in free without any difficulty whatsoever and there are no formalities at all. As to the magnificent Egmont Palace, where the Exhibition will be held, it presents all se– curity as to the danger of fire. Being a historical palace belonging to the town, it is already being closely watched day and night in ordinary times. During the Exhibition we shall have firemen and special guards in the various halls day and night and everything will be done to protect the stamps, even against too much daylight, for instance. Smoking at the Exhibition will be strictly prohibited. I am glad to say that we have already most important promises from various collectors and there is no doubt whatever that our Exhibition will be A1 in every way.
“Your own very valuable promise to ‘lend a hand is also an important ‘credititem to our Exhibition. An International Stamp Exhibition without the support of the Royal of London and the Collectors' Club of New York does not seem to be feasible, and after reading your letter I am happy to conclude of same that we may also rely upon ‘New York as we can on ‘London’.” \ *
We may add that Dr. J. Brace Chittended, secretary of the Collectors' Club, has agreed to act as Commissaire Général for the United States. We expect to make further announcements about this important exhibition, where we hope philatelists of this country will take a prominent part.
SCOTT'S MONTHLY JOURNAL 215 IIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllll Chronicle of New Issues-Continued SYRIA. SAN MARINO. 1923 Syrie Stamps of France Grand Liban 1900-22 10 Surcharged CENTIEMES 10, A16 10c on 2c violet brown 105 A22 25c on 5c orange 106 “ 50c on 10c green 107 “ 1pi on 20c red brown 108 1:25pi on 25c blue 109 “ 1.50pi on 30c orange C 110 A18 2pi on 40c red & pale blue 1923 Wmkd. Crown. 111 A20 2.50pi on 50c blue Perf. 14. 112 A18 5pi on 1 frclaret & 168 C3 5c+5c olive green olive green 169 * # £ 170 “ c + oc dark green 171 25c+5c brown lake TRANS-JORDANIA. 1921 Handstamped Surcharge, 172 . 40c --5c violet brown 1923 Hejaz Stamp Surcharged 62 A18 5pi dark violet # C4 # # & bi "Arab Government of the East" -Mr. Eugene Klein. £ £. p:very (No. 67) with Additional Surcharge venezuela STAMP. 0f ": | Arabic, 1923 Type of 1915 Issue. nwmkd. - Unwmkd. Perf. 11. Perf. 12.
269 A43 50c deep ultramarine