Guyana Gandhi Stamp - Why you will quit Gandhi Philately or Stamps Collections - Part-6

Hello Gandhi Collectors,

Guyana is the third-smallest independent country on the mainland of South America (after Uruguay and Suriname). Its population is approximately 770,000, a majority (44%) of which are of East Indian descent. Guyana achieved independence from the United Kingdom on 26 May 1966, and became a Republic on 23 February 1970.

Now you understand why Guyana issued Gandhi stamps in 1969, 1993,1995 and 1998. Let's talk about 1969 stamp and FDC as this has some importance for Gandhi Philately as anything after 1975 does not make sense for collection as lot of stamps are popping after 1990 because of Mahatma Gandhi collectors.!!

In 1969 Guyana honored Mahatma Gandhi with 2 stamps with unique color combination. This stamp are 6 cents and 15 cents in value and  has Mahatma Gandhi picture and  "Charka" (spinning wheel).

Guess what, currently this stamps are selling some where between 15-75 cents (for both stamps).  And recently FDC of this stamps was sold under $5.!! Can you believe it. !!

As per following stats, if you pay  more than 75cents  for Guyana Gandhi stamps(for 2 stamps) or $5 for Guyana Gandhi FDC then I think in future you will Quit Gandhi Philately.

Detail of Gandhi Guyana FDC Sale.
Date:- Sep 4 , 2011
Seller:- numberonegear
Sold for:- $4.20 

Also same buyer bought another Guyana FDC for $21.

Date:- June  16 , 2011
Seller:- gdstamps 
Sold for:- $21

Also same seller sold 2 more similar FDC for $25 and $11. Check out my previous blog.

I only bought Upper Volta Gandhi FDC from "gdstamps" but after that I don't buy  it from him. 

Now if you pay  more than 75cents  for Guyana Gandhi stamps or $5 for Guyana Gandhi FDC then I think in future you will Quit Gandhi Philately.

If you like this post and want to know more about pricing on Gandhi stamps then you will like my other following blog posts.

Ketankumar Patel.
My 100th Blog post

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