+++ (Scottish usage - other as Glasgow & Edinburgh, is very rare), RRR!!! GB 1872 Queen Victoria 1/2 d plate 9 superb cover w. Very rare usage in HAMILTON. GB 1872 Queen Victoria 1/2 d plate 9 superb cover.
Very rare Scottish usage in HAMILTON. For loose stamp, stamped covers with this plate are according to Michel at least three times = GBP 2550.
+++ Scottish usage - other as Glasgow & Edinburgh, is extremely rare - probably more 1d black FDC's exists as 1/2d pl. 9 on cover with Scottish postmark, RR! The Story behind this cover. The Line-Engraved ½ D red of 1870 was issued in sheets of 480.
A total number of 1,600,276,320 1,6 billion stamps from 15 different plates ex. The rarest plate is plate no. 9, a reserve plate, with only 2,500,000 stamps printed. This means a survival rate for plate no. 9 of 50,000 stamps within 2% of them are unused so there would be 49,000 used stamps including stamps on cover.Later research shows that this percentage is only a guideline. This is based on a very intensive research with help of the unique card index of Karl-Albert Louis. A famous German Philatelist and Expertizer for Victorian Great Britain Stamps. For the 1 D black plate 11 they calculated a survival rate of 0,26% for the stamp on cover. For the 1 ½ D plate 1 with the Variety/Error-Lettering (OP-PC) issued 1870 they came on a survival rate of 0,45% for loose stamps ca. 5% from them were unused and only 0,012% for the same stamp on cover. For the 2 ½ D plate 2 with the Variety/Error-Lettering (LH-FL) issued 1875 they came on a survival rate of 0,45% for loose stamps ca.
5% from them were unused and only 0,045% for the same stamp on cover. This supports the theory that in the case of stamps issued before 1870, there is a higher likelihood of them being preserved on cover, while after 1870 the survival rate of covers is lower due to the introduction of envelopes. On base of this research the survival rate of the ½ D red plate 9 is 0,45% of 2,500,000 = 11,250 stamps, 5% or 562 stamps of them are mint and 10,688 stamps are used. The change to find a certain letter combination is very low, namely 10,688 through 480 = 22!!! On base of this research the survival rate of the.½ D red plate 9 on cover. Is between 0,012% and 0,045% of 2,500,000 =. Between 300 and 1,125 covers. The change to find a certain letter combination is very low, namely 1,125. ½ D red plate 9 on cover with Scottish Postmark.
½ D red plate 9 on cover with Scottish Postmark of HAMILTON. THE CHANGE IS VERY VERY BIG THAT THIS COVER IS UNIQUE!! ABSOLUTELY GEM FOR YOUR COLLECTION.
Kann auf Kosten des Käufers innerhalb sechs. Monate nach Kauf geprüft werden. Natürlich GELD ZURÜCK wann nicht echt. Huggins Collect British Postal Stationery 2007. Higgins & Gage Postal Stationery Catalog 1978.
Stanley Gibbons Collect British Postmarks 2013. Other: Booth 30th edition 2009. LP = no market price known - in almost all cases, because only a few exist. NP = no market price known/quoted because the stamps / postmarks etc. M/M mounted mint with original gum.
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