VALUE OF KING GEORGE V

by K Roberts
(Brisbane Qld Australia)

The stamp is organge/red we believe it to be british

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Nov 26, 2019
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mr bickerton - dealer 15years + NEW
by: kgv specialized @stampmancollections

This is a king george v stamps of great britian 1912-24 royal cyber issues

Shade is bright rose red


The postmark is plaquebot marine cancel and its a scare item

The value for the shade is in the great britian spec catalouge

The cancel (cds) is very scarce to say the least very few are on market and its value is 100gb£ and with stamp I would value it given its scarce (postmark & stamp value) around the 150-170GB£

I will surgest and advice to get a certificate for this for best retail value and scarce item

Greg bickerton

fb (@ stampmancollections) CEO


Jul 24, 2019
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King George stamps NEW
by: Tonia

I have a few king George stamps how do I know the value of them please

Mar 30, 2015
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King george v 1913 stamp NEW
by: Jayne

i have king george v 1913 stamp and i would like to know its value. Thanks

Jun 26, 2013
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by: Anonymous

Thank you you are correct, on closer examination it is Edward. The post mark did make it hard to ID at first.
Chris

Jun 25, 2013
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Should I get Excited?
by: Anonymous

Hi Chris,

I think your stamp might be a King Edward VII
One Penny Red which does not show the Numerical 1
Regards

Jun 25, 2013
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George V one penny without numerical
by: Anonymous

Hi I have similar but it does not have the numeric value indicated on the stamp. Only one penny in words. The date of post mark is Jan 7, 04, should I get excited?
Chris

Dec 05, 2012
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by: Anonymous

The stamp is of little value since it is very common GV 1d red but the postmark makes it interesting. It could be PAQUEBOT cancel (used when mail cancelled on ships) though not sure.

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