Postal card with reverse stamps

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  1. P2lr

    P2lr New Member

    My Grandfather was a postman in Brookston, Indiana after WW11. He collected stamps & things dated before & after the War. I'm not exactly sure what this is. Can anyone help me? The card appears to have an error of being stamped close to the edge. 15726584692022473767934502495985.jpg 15726585523521034666924074645532.jpg 15726585523521034666924074645532.jpg
     
  2. RICHARD Babcock

    RICHARD Babcock Active Member

    That is close to edge, But what is interesting, is that it looks to be used as a multi delivery use like a postal wrapper to deliver multi-pal pamphlets. If you ever interested in selling it contact me. Thank you Ux27c Dark green Die 1 shifted to the right. It is also shifted up, I was comparing it with my collection of UX27 cards.
     
    Last edited: Nov 2, 2019
  3. RICHARD Babcock

    RICHARD Babcock Active Member

  4. P2lr

    P2lr New Member

  5. P2lr

    P2lr New Member

    How much is this worth how do I contact you Richard Babcock via email
     
  6. RICHARD Babcock

    RICHARD Babcock Active Member

    Babcock2000@hotmail.com. You can contact christies auction house or heritage auction house to find out value but you might need a APS certification
     
  7. P2lr

    P2lr New Member

    How do I go about getting the aps certification?
     
  8. P2lr

    P2lr New Member

    How do I contact these places
     
  9. P2lr

    P2lr New Member

    And thanks for your help.
     
  10. P2lr

    P2lr New Member

    Hey Richard Babcock mine is ux27c dark green die 1 right.
     
  11. Howard Gustav

    Howard Gustav New Member

    Very interesting thing for Notaphily collectors.
     
  12. DonSellos

    DonSellos Moderator Moderator

    Hi Howard:

    I don't understand the reference to "Notaphily."

    Don
     
  13. P2lr

    P2lr New Member

    Just wondering how is my postage card with reverse stamps related to notaphily
     
  14. DonSellos

    DonSellos Moderator Moderator

    Yes, me too. I looked on the internet and found that notaphily is the collecting of paper money/banknotes.

    Don
     
  15. P2lr

    P2lr New Member

    I have new information. His daughter, my Grandma, used this postcard personally in the early 1950s. Just to let everyone know
     
  16. RichardBabcock

    RichardBabcock New Member

    Im wondering if it was cut down because it was attached to something like a parcel tag!
     
  17. P2lr

    P2lr New Member

    What experts said the cancelation is clearly a unique piece as i understand
     
  18. Werner Salentin

    Werner Salentin Well-Known Member

    I think Richard is right:
    The card was cut off on its right side.The use of a ruler will prove that
    easily.
     
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  19. P2lr

    P2lr New Member

    Kelleher Auctions said it is unique piece also to let everyone know
     
  20. P2lr

    P2lr New Member

    Sorry i meant for the cancelation
     
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