Ceylon 1927 10R stamp KGV High Value FU. SG $360 - $A125

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Ceylon 1927 10R stamp KGV High Value FU. SG $360 - $A125

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Ceylon 1927 10R stamp KGV High Value FU. Cat £180 = $A360 - just. $A125

This was the second highest value of the Definitive set. The £1 Kangaroo of that country. SHOULD have a zero added to this asking price if SG catalogues ever got real!

Clean and fresh, with no hinges or gook or gunk or foxing, so commonly seen. Lovely deep original colours as can be seen, that fade readily, if soaked. Dated double ring parcel cancel of March 1930.

Bought well so out it goes at just $125 .... the price of the current PO Annual Album here from the PO - insane!

$A125 plus $A3 global post



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Re: Ceylon 1927 10R stamp KGV High Value FU. SG $360 - $A125

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Sold - literally the £1 Kangaroo of that country. SHOULD have a zero added to this asking price if SG catalogues ever got real!

The current year book costs more than this at your PO.
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Re: Ceylon 1927 10R stamp KGV High Value FU. SG $360 - $A125

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Hi

I have recently been fortunate to buy the two parcel fronts below to go into my 1934/35 tour collection to Australia and NZ. One has the 10R stamp on. Would you class this as a rarity?

Rigs. Are you able to identify which stamps they actually are as there seems to be a number of possibilities and I only have a basic catalogue and even less knowledge about them.

Many Thanks

Colin
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