continually arise over
the "greater value" of mint stamps that are preserved
Caspary collection will likely realize a greater sum of money than any
offered for sale in the past. The stamps are bringing
high prices and in the case of his unused stamps none of the buyers
apparently pay any attention to the "hinging" situation.
Caspary hinged all of
his stamps and some of them several times. |
- George B. Sloane
September 29, 1956
Posted July 29, 1999
Editor's Note: Hinging was common in the old time collections which held the finest stamps thus it is unusual for such stamps to be unhinged.
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