The Delhi Durbar meaning "Court of Delhi", was a mass assembly at Coronation Park, Delhi, India, to mark the coronation of a King and Queen of the United Kingdom. Also known as the Imperial Durbar, it was held three times, in 1877, 1903, and 1911, at the height of the British Empire. The 1911 Durbar was the only one attended by the sovereign, who was George V. The term was derived from common Mughal term durbar.(From: Wikipedia).
Just comparing our Gandhi philatelic material with some other Indian philatelic material so we can compare what it is all about and what we can learn from this.
I am not saying that above are forged or fake or never exist because it's not my subject at all. I am not an expert or guru (so you don't have to believe me) on Indian Philately as well as Gandhi Philately but I have some common sense which I am using it to bring more awareness to myself as well as spreading word so all Gandhi collectors can think about it.
In order to get our collection interesting we need to make sure about all things going around not only in Gandhi but other similar things happening in philately world.
I see lot of similarity between Gandhi collection and other Indian Philately such as First Aerial Mail from Allahabad.
There are lot of Gandhi SERVICE on piece of paper as well as First Aerial Mail post with special cancellation.
Following blog post might help you to decide about this.
2) 1948 Gandhi Stamps: Are False hope of Riches - Part II ?
3) 1948 Gandhi Mourning Private FDC : Are False hope of Riches - Part III?
4) 1948 Expensive Gandhi FDC : Are False hope of Riches - Part IV?
5) 1948 Gandhi Stamps Early Usage cover : Gandhi Stamps Are False hope of Riches - Part V?
6) Maxi Card sold for $5100 with 1948 Gandhi Stamps - False hope of Riches - Part VI?
7) Indian Philately Exposed
8) Indian Philately Exposed - Part II
9) First Aerial Post - Indian Philately Exposed - Part III
10) 1911 First Aerial Post - Allahabad - Indian Philately Exposed - Part IV
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