Forged stamps of Guadeloupe

Guadelopue et Dependances

1892-1904

Navigation & Commerce

 
Guadeloupe_1892_40centimes_Genuine
Guadeloupe_1892_50c_Hirschburger_Forgery
Guadeloupe_1892_1francs_Fournier_Forgery
Guadeloupe_1903_G_and_D_30c_Genuine
Guadeloupe_1903_G_and_D_15_50c_Hirschburger_Forgery
Guadeloupe_G-D-30_Overprint_Genuine
Guadeloupe_1903_G_et_D_40_1f_Hirschburger_Forgery
Guadeloupe_1904_G_and_D_1903_1f_75c_Hirschburger_Forgery
Guadeloupe_1904_G_and_D_1903_1f_75c_Hirschburger_Forgery

Postage Due

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Guadeloupe_Postage_Due_25centimes_Genuine
Guadeloupe_Postage_Due_30centimes_Fournier_Forgery-2
Guadeloupe_Postage_Due_40centimes_Genuine
Guadeloupe_Postage_Due_15centimes_Fournier_Forgery
Guadeloupe_Postage_Due_40centimes_Fournier_Forgery-2

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  • 1,2. Provisional issues of 1884. For forgery of the basic stamp, see French Colonies 24-45.
  • 3-11,14-26. Overprinted “Alphee Dubois” stamps, 1889 and 1891. Fournier fraudulent postmarks: The Serrane Guide/ Stamp Forgeries of the World to 1926, p.165 (Yvert 1-54); A.J.C.Vaurie, “Know Your Forgeries” column, The France and Colonies Philatelist (U.S.), Vol. 3 (January-February 1944); 8. For forgery of the basic stamp, see French Colonies 46-59.
  • 27-44. “Group type issue” of 1892-1901. Perforations of the forgeries (Fournier) are reversed: Scott Classic Specialized Catalog. Fraudulent postmarks: The Serrane Guide/ Stamp Forgeries of the World to 1926, p.165 (Yvert 1-54); A.J.C.Vaurie, “Know Your Forgeries” column, The France and Colonies Philatelist (U.S.), Vol. 3 (January-February, 1944): 8. Also see French Congo 18-34.
  • Genuine and false cancellations: Robert G. Stone, “Guadeloupe – A History of the Postal Markings, Their Style and Use”, The Collectors Club Philatelist, Vol. 33 (September 1954): 255-75, continued at (November 1954): 329-34.
  • J1,J2. 25c and 40c black on blue paper, typeset Postage Due stamps of 1876. Fournier forgeries: The Serrane Guide/ Stamp Forgeries of the World to 1926, pp.165,66 (Yvert 1,2); A.J.C.Vaurie, “Know Your Forgeries” column, The France and Colonies Philatelist (U.S.), Vol. 3 (January-February 1944): 8. Measurement of figures on Design types D1 and D2: J. Dorn (Publisher), The Forged Stamps of all Countries, p.44.
  • J1,J3. 25c and 40c on white paper. 1884 Reprints: Edward Denny Bacon, Reprints of Postal Adhesive Stamps And Their Characteristics, p.47; Dr. Franz Kalckhoff, An Illustrated Catalog of All Known Reprints Of Officially Issued Postage Stamps, Envelopes, Post Cards, Wrappers, Etc. And How To Detect Them, p.34; Scott Classic Specialized Catalog.
  • J3-J5. 40c black, typeset Postage Due stamp of 1876, and the 1879 issue. Fournier and other forgeries and Fournier fraudulent postmarks: The Serrane Guide/ Stamp Forgeries of the World to 1926, pp.166,67 (Yvert 3-5); A.J.C.Vaurie, “Know Your Forgeries” column, The France and Colonies Philatelist (U.S.), Vol. 3 (January-February 1944): 8. Forgeries of the issue of 1879: J. Dorn (Publisher), The Forged Stamps of all Countries, pp.44,45.

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