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scan the page and let the readers and me see it, to decide for ourselfs ourselves
I've looked for myself and I can see that Ken is indeed correct in what he states, that the stamp was indeed overprinted for use by the Red Cross. I will eagerly await to see what your copy states when you receive it in the mail Paul.
Ken, Paul is full of more corn than a Christmas Turkey. Where is your proof Paul? How about a scan from you backing up your claim. There won't be cause you don't have one. BTW., what did you say your APS nbr was again?
that statement is correct,Paul is full of corn ,I have a nice position in the Corn market ,but everybody who has been around here for years knows thats 'thats were I trade. I don't want to say how much but its a few rail cars full.
I also want to thank the libarian for giving me correct information,and the information given to you here was incorrect ,it was not page 26 as claimed but from the scan it looks like page 21........duh !!!!
so statement above as posted by me is correct .......no apology from me . duh!!!!
Did anyone notice that earlier on this page ,I excluded dealer pricelist and the scan above is not a research or study piece.But its somekind of handbook without a written commentary.Im waiting for a group of revenue books which should be in my hands in a week or so.
uneducated guess ?????--------can you explain that overprint---------a non-profit group needs to overprint a revenue stamp ?are they charging a fee for their services,is the givernment chargeing a fee ?-----it clearly not for postage . What sense can a group like the Red Cross need a revenue stamp .Also why would the group make a overprint with their name incorrectly stated ............QUESTIONS......QUESTIONS.........and more because the overprint doesn't make sense
Paul: I am not familiar with Chinese tax laws. The Red Cross may have been required to use revenues on their documents and these may have been provided gratis by the government. I don't believe that someone would create such an elaborate overprint for no reason.