Mixed Franking Covers – How common stamps can make a rarity!

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13 November 2020
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Ray Simpson and Karl Louis explain Mixed Frankings found on covers, the unexpected rarity of certain stamp combinations and how to use the Valuation Factors.

Mixed Franking Covers – How common stamps can make a rarity!

Talk originally broadcast as part of Virtual Stampex. You can still enjoy the online event, with the Virtual Stampex website open until the end of the year, just visit: stampex.vfairs.com (with thanks to Isobel from the PTS).

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Read more about Mixed Frankings

You can read even more about Mixed Frankings in the December 2020 issue of Stamp Collector magazine, as Matt explains in this quick video…

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