Forged stamps of Mexico

1866. Emperor Maximilion. 7 Centavos

Genuine vs. Forgeries

Mexico_1866_7c_Genuine

Genuine

Mexico_1866_7c_Genuine2

Genuine

Mexico_1866_7c_Genuine3

Genuine

Mexico_1866_7c_III_Genuine

Genuine

Mexico_1866_7c_III_Merida_Genuine

Genuine

Mexico_1866_7c_III_Queretaro_Genuine

Genuine

Mexico_1866_7c_Forgery

Forgery

Mexico_1866_7c_Spiro_Forgery

Spiro forgery

1866. Emperor Maximilion. 13 Centavos

Genuine vs. Forgeries

Mexico_1866_13c_Genuine

Genuine

Mexico_1866_13c_Genuine2

Genuine

Mexico_1866_13c_Forgery

Forgery

Mexico_1866_13c_Forgery2

Engraved forgery

1866. Emperor Maximilion. 25 Centavos

Forgeries

Mexico_1866_25c_Forgery

Forgery

Mexico_1866_25c_Fournier_Forgery

Fournier forgery

Mexico_1866_25c_Forgery2

Forgery

Mexico_1866_25c_Torres_illustration

Illustration by Plácido Ramón de Torres: Album ilustrado de sellos de correo, Barcelona 1879. Torres sold illustrations to various dealers/forgers from 1864 onwards, as well as made forgeries himself.

1866. Emperor Maximilion. 50 Centavos

Forgeries

Mexico_1868_50c_Fournier_Forgery

Fournier forgery

Mexico_1868_50c_Forgery

Forgery

1868. Miguel Hidalgo. No dot after numerial. 6 Centavos

Genuine vs. Forgery

Mexico_1868_Hidalgo_6c_Genuine

Genuine

Mexico_1868_Hidalgo_6c_Forgery

Forgery

1868. Miguel Hidalgo. No dot after numerial. 100 Centavos

Genuine vs. Forgeries

Mexico_1868_Hidalgo_100c_Genuine

Genuine

Mexico_1868_Hidalgo_100c_Forgery

Forgery

Mexico_1868_Hidalgo_100c_Torres_illustration

Illustration by Plácido Ramón de Torres: Album ilustrado de sellos de correo, Barcelona 1879. Torres sold illustrations to various dealers/forgers from 1864 onwards, as well as made forgeries himself.

1872. Miguel Hidalgo. Dot after numerial. 25 Centavos

Forgeries

Mexico_1872_Hidalgo_Postal_Forgery

Postal forgery

These forgeries have been confiscated by postal authorities and legally used after overprinting because of shortage of stamps.

Forgery

Mexico_1872_25c_Forgery2

Forgery

Mexico_1872_25c_Forgery3

Forgery

1872. Miguel Hidalgo. Dot after Numerial. 50 Centavos

Forgery

Mexico_1872_50c_Forgery

Postal forgery

These forgeries have been confiscated by postal authorities and legally used after overprinting because of shortage of stamps.

1872. Miguel Hidalgo. 6 Centavos

Forgeries

Mexico_1872_6c_Fournier_Forgery

Fournier forgery

Mexico_1872_6c_Forgery

Forgery

Mexico_1872_Hidalgo_6c_Forgery2

Forgery

1872. Miguel Hidalgo. 10 Centavos

Forgery

Mexico_1872_Hidalgo_10c_Forgery

Forgery

1872. Miguel Hidalgo. 12 Centavos

Genuine vs. Forgeries

Mexico_1872_12c_Genuine1

Genuine

Mexico_1872_12c_Genuine2

Genuine

Mexico_1872_12c_Forgery

Forgery

Mexico_1872_12c_Forgery2

Forgery

Mexico_1872_12c_Torres_illustration

Illustration by Plácido Ramón de Torres: Album ilustrado de sellos de correo, Barcelona 1879. Torres sold illustrations to various dealers/forgers from 1864 onwards, as well as made forgeries himself.

1872. Miguel Hidalgo. 25 Centavos

Forgeries

Mexico_1872_Veinticinco_Fournier_Forgery

Fournier forgery

Mexico_1872_25c_Forgery

Forgery

1872. Miguel Hidalgo. 50 Centavos

Forgeries

Mexico_1872_Cincuenta_Fournier_Forgery

Fournier forgery

Mexico_1872_50c_Forgery

Forgery

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