Postcards-of-mahatma-gandhi - India stationary post card - Indien Bildganzsachen

Recently set of four 1951 Mahatma Gandhi Indian postcard with cancellation of October 2nd 1957 from Bombay G.P.O was sold for $3.

Chances of forgery is very high because it's easy to make rubber stamp and apply it on mint post cards.!! 

Also this is very common practice in Gandhi stamps and Gandhi philatelic material so it's not surprise.

We all know how rubber stamps are forged and applied on postcards, as well as on envelope. You can make postcard with any date.!!

But sometimes this 4 postcards (Bildganzsachen) will be for sale for $254.!! and too without cancellation (rubber stamp)

This ( postcards-of-mahatma-gandhi - India stationary post card  - Indien  Bildganzsachen) sold by "elagen1" and bought by "speedbird1*" ( don't know why very desperate bidding at end, but this kind of activity is usual!!)

Do you think chances of shill bidding ?

Click following link to my blog post to learn about SHILL Bidding and apply to this blog.!!

But  this 1951 India postcards from eBay seller "sammlermarkenglueck" from Germany are on sale for $254 without cancellation.!!

"Indien ab 1939 bis 1944 mit vier ungebrauchten Ganzsachen 9 P. gelbgrün „Elephanta, Trimurt Steinbüste des Gottes Schiwa“ je mit einer Darstellung von Mahatma Gandhi, zwei der Fotos sind je auf der Rückseite der Ganzsachenkarten gedruckt, die beiden anderen auf der Seite der Wertstempel, siehe auch Scann. Die Karte von 1944 „Mahatma Gandhi mit dem Kind auf dem Arm“ ist etwas altersgebräunt, insgesamt aber sind die Ganzsachen noch ordentlich erhalten, auch völlig unbeschriftet! Eine sehr seltene und gesuchte Gruppe, für die Mahatma Gandhi Sammler eine tolle Gelegenheit zum Erwerb dieser Ganzsachen!!    "

Translate in English :-
"India from 1939 to 1944 with four unused postal stationery 9 P. green "Elephanta, Trimurt stone bust of the god Shiva" each with a representation of Mahatma Gandhi, two of the photos are ever printed on the back of stationary cards, the other two on the side of the value of temple see also scan. The map of 1944 "Mahatma Gandhi with the child in her arms" is a bit browned, but overall the whole things are not properly received, and completely unmarked! A very rare and popular group for which Mahatma Gandhi collectors a great opportunity to acquire this postal stationery!"

Now if you buy it at $254 you will regret whole your life.!!

Want to know more about India Post cards then please read following blog posts and understand what is going on in Gandhi stamps and philatelic collection and then apply it to your own thematic collection and it will be same thing.!!



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