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From: John (coilz) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host11/24/03 3:48 PM 
To: DMfdcs  (21 of 36) 
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And note that I didn't include #1700, New York Times' publisher Adolph Oches, issued in 1976, as the first magazine on a stamp, since, well, it isn't a magazine.

Yes, but there's no accounting for the tabloid-style contributions made by the reporters in recent years...  [ducking]



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From: tronnei11/24/03 4:39 PM 
To: DMfdcs  (22 of 36) 
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>>And as to Todd's claiming page six notoriety for the British tabloids, I'd suggest it's page three.<<

Wasn't me.

 

 
From: Lloyd (LLOYDSTAMPS) DelphiPlus Member Icon11/24/03 5:02 PM 
To: DMfdcs  (23 of 36) 
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I didn't bother to look, but I was pretty sure some magazine in some country had been honored before. That's why I label these things "[press release]."
 

 
From: jmc22212/2/03 5:24 AM 
To: DMfdcs  (24 of 36) 
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New Zealand, in its Nostalgia set in 1999, commemorated the Women's Weekly magazine on the $1.20 stamp.
India, in a set for "India-89" International Stamp Exhibition, published in 1989 a 6R.50 stamp featuring Early Indian philatelic magazines.
 

 
From: DMfdcs12/2/03 5:15 PM 
To: Lloyd (LLOYDSTAMPS) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (25 of 36) 
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Lloyd,

<< I didn't bother to look, but I was pretty sure some magazine in some country had been honored before. That's why I label these things "[press release]." >>

So "press release" means you aren't sure about the facts???

Dave

 

 
From: Lloyd (LLOYDSTAMPS) DelphiPlus Member Icon12/2/03 5:23 PM 
To: DMfdcs unread  (26 of 36) 
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"[press release]" means I'm posting what was sent me and making no representations about the veracity, yes.
 

 
From: Larry 50 (Larry50)10/14/11 10:58 AM 
To: Lloyd (LLOYDSTAMPS) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (27 of 36) 
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               Hi there, I have playboys fiftieth anniversary postal tribute stamps, six of them from 2004. ,( St. vincent & the Grenadins ) If you have any idea what they would be worth today it would be a great help......Thank you Larry
 

 
From: George (GEORUPPEL)10/14/11 10:35 PM 
To: All  (28 of 36) 
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This is an Inter-Governmental Philatelic Corporation (euphemism for philatelic wallpaper factory) issue.  What are the chances that these "stamps" would ever come on the market postally used?

I already know the answer to that question.



Edited 10/14/2011 10:40 pm by GEORUPPEL

Edited 10/14/2011 10:41 pm by GEORUPPEL
  • Edited 10/14/2011 10:44 pm by GEORUPPEL
 

 
From: Cheeseheadub10/15/11 5:58 AM 
To: All  (29 of 36) 
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I am not a big fan of IGPC. They have produced stamps for Mongolia from time to time. The latest one is the Prince William & Kate Middleton wedding issue. However I live in Mongolia and I have send covers with those stamps to collectors that have bought them of me. So it is possible to get IGPC produced stamps on covers. Always to great a create a cover that has stamps on it related to the ones you have just bought. Regards Robert Schrijvers
 

 
From: Lloyd (LLOYDSTAMPS) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host10/15/11 6:49 AM 
To: George (GEORUPPEL) unread  (30 of 36) 
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" What are the chances that these "stamps" would ever come on the market postally used? "
Well, as CHEESEHEADUB indicates, pretty good - depending on how you define "postally used." Some collectors refuse to accept anything sent by a philatelist as "postally used," but I disagree with that view. And if that view is applied to the U.S., it would be pretty hard to assemble a collection of recent U.S. "postally used."

 

 
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