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This looks great! Thank you for sharing.
Are you planning on posting some Canadian forgeries any time soon?
Do you collect anything other than forgeries yourself?
Alyn, thanks for sharing! I’ll be sure to check it out.
Thanks for sharing, Alyn! How long have you been writing for The Circuit? Also, what’s your blog all about? Feel free to share a link!
No word yet on smaller shows in late summer or fall. All national-level exhibitions have been cancelled (including Canpex, which wasn’t being held until late October). We’ll keep you posted.
Thank you for reading the digital edition—we hope you’re enjoying it! If you have any questions or suggestions, please let us know.
And yes—good call on the hinges. Stay safe out there! If you need anything else, our supply department ships! Check out our hinges here.
Yes, Wolf — issued April 15, 2004, and is listed as Scott #6828 with a value of 25 cents used, 50 cents unused.
Pleasure’s all mine; thanks for reaching out!
Quality is always a major indicator of value—nice, fresh material will always be worth more–but of course, rarity is important, too.
While it’s nearly impossible to offer an exact estimation based on a digital image, I can tell you it’s from the 1897-98 Queen Victoria ‘Maple Leaf’ issue—specifically Scott #66. The regular issue is listed in the Unitrade Specialized Catalogue of Canadian Stamps as $6-$12 used and $2-$20 mint (plus 200% for a never-hinged example).
Is this image the actual example in your collection?
Thank you for your insight, “dr_dmd.”
Everyone, thank you for your input, and best of luck with your hobby.
For the record, I’ve been involved since February 2015, when I joined CSN as a reporter. I fancy postal history and collect 19th- and 20th-century covers, mostly.
Thanks for sharing, Leon; quite the long list!
It depends on the material being sold (its rarity, condition, provenance, etc.) and your reason for selling it (are you either a collector or non-collector trying to get rid of a collection, or are you a dealer?).