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MiNo. A279 - H279 Cambodia
RaTdr.; perf. K 13
Set, planned Issue Date: 13.10.1970
Picture descriptions:
A nd) xylophone
B nd) Double - string violin
C nd) Khoung Vong - bronze gongs
D nd) Double drum
E nd) Drum drum
F nd) xylophone
G nd) Boots-shaped xylophone
H nd) Twenty string guitar
A 279  1 R multicolored (A nd)
B 279  3 R multicolored (B nd)
C 279  7 R multicolored (C nd)
D 279  8 R multicolored (D nd)
E 279  9 R multicolored (E nd)
F 279  10 R multicolored (F nd)
G 279  12 R multicolored (G nd)
H 279  14 R multicolored (H nd)
Quantity: unknown
Designer: unknown
Printer: Unknown
Conservation status:
Here as a "MINT NEVER HINGED (MNH)" perforated set
Issue Notice:

  • Unpublished stamps with "CAMBODGE" without overprint
  • MiNo. A 279 - H 279 are also known with imprint as MiNo. A432 -H 432
  • ATTENTION:
  • Almost NO! Stamp is available with white rubber, all Stamps are darkened and / or stained due to the storage and the used rubber.
  • PLEASE ASK US BEFORE BUYING!!! WE WILL SEND YOU AN ORIGINAL SCAN SPECIALY FROM THE BACKSIDES!!!. Otherwise we will send what we have in stock!!!
  • A note on authenticity:
  • One of the distinguishing features between a fake and a "genuine" Stamp is the fact that the original printing of the country name and the value level can be recognized by the backlight. In the case of counterfeiting, the overpressure of the principal is usually produced when the stamp is printed. (We do not want to reveal further detection possibilities here, in order to make it for counterfeiters not too easy).
  • In the case of stamps with almost white rubber, the highest probability is that it could be a fake, since the rubber (the mixture and material) used at that time has to darken after 40 years, irrelevant in what proper storage! (Chemical processes). Only when stored on a black background, in the dark, air and moisture-protected, an originally white rubber could be retained.

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