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Old September 22nd 09, 03:22 AM posted to rec.collecting.stamps.discuss
rodney
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Default Cuba ID.

Any further light on this one?

I am presuming Cuba punctured Telegraph
Coat of Arms of Spain reign of Amadeo
1 real on 10p surcharge.

???? de firma?
Habilitado=authorised?

http://cjoint.com/data/jwesrUP73M.htm
Thanks




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Old September 22nd 09, 06:13 AM posted to rec.collecting.stamps.discuss
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Default Cuba ID.

On Sep 21, 10:22�pm, "rodney" [email protected] iprimus.com.au
wrote:
Any further light on this one?

I am presuming Cuba punctured Telegraph
Coat of Arms of Spain reign of Amadeo
1 real on 10p surcharge.

???? de firma?
Habilitado=authorised?

http://cjoint.com/data/jwesrUP73M.htm
Thanks


This is not from Cuba. I looked in the Jones-Rodriguez Cuba revenue
catalog and no such stamp was listed. I also looked in my Forbin
Revenue Catalog of the World and it was not listed there for Spain or
Cuba. You may need to consult a catalog of telegraph stamps - there is
one, but the name escapes me.

The basic stamp here is a Derecho de Firma, a revenue probably from
Spain. The "Habilitado" overprint means it is revalued. The "Correos"
overprint would indicate revalued for postage, but the hole is a
typical Spain telegraph cancel.
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Old September 22nd 09, 06:20 AM posted to rec.collecting.stamps.discuss
rodney
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Default Cuba ID.


Thank you Rudy, wonderful info,
Ill try and locate it in Billigs when next in the club library.
Thanks again, for your time on my behalf.
rodney


This is not from Cuba. I looked in the Jones-Rodriguez Cuba revenue
catalog and no such stamp was listed. I also looked in my Forbin
Revenue Catalog of the World and it was not listed there for Spain or
Cuba. You may need to consult a catalog of telegraph stamps - there is
one, but the name escapes me.

The basic stamp here is a Derecho de Firma, a revenue probably from
Spain. The "Habilitado" overprint means it is revalued. The "Correos"
overprint would indicate revalued for postage, but the hole is a
typical Spain telegraph cancel.


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Old September 22nd 09, 06:32 AM posted to rec.collecting.stamps.discuss
rodney
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Default Cuba ID.



Thanks to your prompt, I went looking elsewhere,
and found it under Spanish Colonies~Philippines (who would have thought?)
http://cjoint.com/data/jwhDXVj1uP.htm

Thanks again.


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On Sep 21, 10:22?pm, "rodney" [email protected] iprimus.com.au
wrote:
Any further light on this one?

I am presuming Cuba punctured Telegraph
Coat of Arms of Spain reign of Amadeo
1 real on 10p surcharge.

???? de firma?
Habilitado=authorised?

http://cjoint.com/data/jwesrUP73M.htm
Thanks


This is not from Cuba. I looked in the Jones-Rodriguez Cuba revenue
catalog and no such stamp was listed. I also looked in my Forbin
Revenue Catalog of the World and it was not listed there for Spain or
Cuba. You may need to consult a catalog of telegraph stamps - there is
one, but the name escapes me.

The basic stamp here is a Derecho de Firma, a revenue probably from
Spain. The "Habilitado" overprint means it is revalued. The "Correos"
overprint would indicate revalued for postage, but the hole is a
typical Spain telegraph cancel.


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Old September 22nd 09, 04:14 PM posted to rec.collecting.stamps.discuss
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Default Cuba ID.

On Sep 22, 1:32*am, "rodney" [email protected] iprimus.com.au wrote:
Thanks to your prompt, I went looking elsewhere,
and found it under Spanish Colonies~Philippines (who would have thought?)http://cjoint.com/data/jwhDXVj1uP.htm

Thanks again.

wrote in ...

On Sep 21, 10:22?pm, "rodney" [email protected] iprimus.com.au
wrote:

Any further light on this one?


I am presuming Cuba punctured Telegraph
Coat of Arms of Spain reign of Amadeo
1 real on 10p surcharge.


???? de firma?
Habilitado=authorised?


http://cjoint.com/data/jwesrUP73M.htm
Thanks


This is not from Cuba. I looked in the Jones-Rodriguez Cuba revenue
catalog and no such stamp was listed. I also looked in my Forbin
Revenue Catalog of the World and it was not listed there for Spain or
Cuba. You may need to consult a catalog of telegraph stamps - there is
one, but the name escapes me.

The basic stamp here is a Derecho de Firma, a revenue probably from
Spain. The "Habilitado" overprint means it is revalued. The "Correos"
overprint would indicate revalued for postage, but the hole is a
typical Spain telegraph cancel.


The basic fiscal stamp was a tax on the "acknowledgement" , a
document that arose from the sale of property.

By signing the "acknowledgement",. signature 1, the owner has to
seek
(the court's or the government's ?) consent to dispose of the
property ,
without any implication that can oppose the sale. (eg certifying that
their are no liens or other claims against the property in question.)

It is a guarantee for the new owner.

Blair
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Old September 22nd 09, 09:25 PM posted to rec.collecting.stamps.discuss
rodney
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Interesting Blair.
Having been a real estate agent for 25 years, I can relate to that.
The latest "disclosure statement" that I recall, now runs
to 6 pages.


"Blair"
The basic fiscal stamp was a tax on the "acknowledgement" , a
document that arose from the sale of property.

By signing the "acknowledgement",. signature 1, the owner has to
seek
(the court's or the government's ?) consent to dispose of the
property ,
without any implication that can oppose the sale. (eg certifying that
their are no liens or other claims against the property in question.)

It is a guarantee for the new owner.

Blair


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Old October 20th 09, 03:09 PM posted to rec.collecting.stamps.discuss
malcolm
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Default Cuba ID.

Rodney
Is there a difference between "real" estate and "artificial" estate ?

( as someone trying to sell his humble abode I would say not !!! but
there are plenty of "artificial" not to say incompetent estate
agents!! ).

In fairness the one I am using is not a rogue and is doing his best in
a difficult market.

Malcolm




 




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