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SCARCE LOT.  3 blocks of IMPERFORATED  proofs.
bidorbuy ID: 69511748

SCARCE LOT. 3 blocks of IMPERFORATED proofs.


If you are passionate about stamps……


If you know that there is more to collecting stamps than

simply duplicating the catalogue……


Southern Rhodesia.  1932 Falls Issue - Proofs.  The 2d Value in THREE Imperforated blocks of 4 with small and medium punch holes. First block as issued (note brown smudges), Second block Frame only, Third block Vignette only.  Scarce trio.

Catalogue value R9 600-00.

A total of 12 singles (as listed in the SACC) / 6 pairs / three blocks.

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Please Note:  I have been a member of the South African Philatelic Dealers Association (SAPDA) since 1989.  SAPDA is in turn affiliated to the International Federation of Stamp Dealers Associations (IFSDA).  Deal in confidence!


In addition to my normal 10 day Money Back Guarantee I am proud to now offer the following:

Should the buyer of this lot have doubts about the genuineness of this lot, I will (if notified within the normal 10 day period) extend my normal 10 day guarantee up to a reasonable time so that a P.F.S.A. Certificate could be obtained.  Should a P.F.S.A. Certificate differ from my opinion, I will refund the buyer’s money (on receipt of the lot in its original condition as well as the certificate), including postage both ways, plus the cost of the certificate.  Deal in confidence!



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