Seller : Bluepoker feedback 0%
Buyer : Jamals
Sold for : $315
Date : 3/27/2012
Comment by Buyer : Fraud Seller
Seller : Philatel06 from France.
Buyer : Philahouse
Sold for : $307 (from comments it does not look like it transaction was completed.)
Date : 3/24/2012
Comment by Seller : Excellent member, I made one mistake, I am sorry.
Comment by Buyer : very good understanding.
Seller : Philatel06
Buyer : Dllpak from India with feedback of 0 (zero)
Sold for : $180
Date : 10/21/2012
Comment : NONE by seller or buyer left feedback.!!(not sure whether transaction is cancelled or we can wait and see as it is new transaction.)
Buyer :- Topicalstamps from India. (Suspended account)
Sold for $276
Date : - 3/13/2011
Seller :- Victory Stamp Co, Mr H.P.Singh doesn't want to complete this deal because I AM AN INDIAN. SHAME on U.
Reply from Topicalstamps [86% (201x)] (Suspended account) : I have always had bad expereience with this seller...
Buyer : - Feedback withdraw.
Seller : Ooj3703
Buyer : Jamals
Sold for : $250
Date sold : 1/30/2012.
Comment by Buyer : bad seller, closed account.!!
Seller : Topjov
Buyer : Rohit98103
Other bidders : Bipin8, brownblackcherry, phil4u (you will find them in my other blog post also)
Sold for : $222
Date :- 11/23/2011
Comment :- NO COMMENT by seller or buyer.!! (I don't know why.!!)
Now after seeing this 7 screenshot and analysis buyers and seller by their # of feedback, comments etc what do you think.
I think it's all BOGUS to glorify Gandhi stamps by making you think it's really worth it to collect and value will go up as India is booming and lot of NRI (Non Resident Indian) will start collecting this as alternate investment.
I think this is falsely propaganda made by certain philatelic magazine, stamp exhibit, stamp shows, philatelic blogs(including mine), philatelic website, news paper, various online discussion boards, stamps forum, stamps catalog, philatelic handbooks etc and no one talks about hobby is really in DECLINE.!!
Don't you think it's all BOGUS and it's a big SCAM.
To me it looks like it and it makes me believe that Gandhi Philately is EXPOSED.
Gandhi Stamps Club.
BTW: Still undecided what's going in Gandhi Stamps from India then please read following of my blog post to understand stamp collecting world specially in Indian Philatelic materials with Gandhi stamps from India.
2) 1948 Gandhi Stamps from India: Are False hope of Riches - Part II ?
3) 1948 Gandhi stamps from India 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 on stamps of India
8) Indian Philately Exposed - Part II
9) First Aerial Post - Stamps from India - Indian Philately Exposed - Part III
10) 1911 First Aerial Post - Allahabad - Indian Philately Exposed - Part IV
So all collectors beware of a big hype or push to glorify not only Gandhi stamps collection but some other Indian Philatelic collection such as 1911 First Aerial Mail from Allahabad, King George V, King Edward, Queen Victoria and other British India Stamps.