Position 63

Position 63
Position 63

Gum:

NG

Condition:

Fault

Perf Condition:

Blind Perf

Paper Condition:

Thin

Summary

This stamp lost its gum after a German air raid flooded the vaults of Chancery Lane Safe Deposit in London on Sept. 4, 1940.

Owners:

Certification

1959
PF
Certificate No. 10854
 
IT IS GENUINE, NO GUM, TINY THIN
1964
PF
Certificate No. 18937
 
IT IS GENUINE, TINY THIN SPOT
1979
PF
Certificate No. 76345A
 
IT IS GENUINE, TRIVIAL THIN SPOT

Transactions:

Date
Type
Where Sold
Seller
Buyer
Condition
Cat. Value
Realization
1918-05-20
Sound
$ 15,000
1918-05-21
Sound
$ 20,000
1947-00-00
Sound
$ 3,500
1959-03-25
RL London
Anon.
Sound
$ 6,000
$ 2,940
1964-03-25
Siegel
Anon.
Anon.
Fault
$ 11,000
$ 7,800
1978-03-25
JW Kaufmann
Anon.
Anon.
Fault
$ 50,000
$ 39,000
1979-10-24
Wolffers
Anon.
Anon.
Fault
$ 70,000
$ 77,000
1982-02-02
Kelleher
Anon.
Anon.
Fault
$ 145,000
1982-10-26
Stolow
Anon.
Fault
$ 145,000
$ 55,000
1986-00-00
Anon.
Fault
$ 110,000
1996-02-01
Christie's
Anon.
Anon.
Fault
$ 145,000
$ 79,500

Graph of Realizations for This Position in Relation to Catalogue Value:

Date
Type
Where Sold
Condition
Cat. Value
Realization
% Cat. Val.
1959-03-25
RL London
Sound
$ 6,000
$ 2,940
0.49
1964-03-25
Siegel
Fault
$ 11,000
$ 7,800
0.709
1978-03-25
JW Kaufmann
Fault
$ 50,000
$ 39,000
0.78
1979-10-24
Wolffers
Fault
$ 70,000
$ 77,000
1.1
1982-10-26
Stolow
Fault
$ 145,000
$ 55,000
0.379
1996-02-01
Christie's
Fault
$ 145,000
$ 79,500
0.548
Position 63: Scott Catalog Value vs. Realizations
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