India Stamp used Abroad - Aden cancellation - QV stamps - KGV stamps - KEVII stamps

British India stamps are one of the most used stamps abroad but actually all of them are nothing but FORGERY.

It's very easy to make rubber stamp of any post office and apply on stamps.!!

If you try to sell just British India stamp it will sell it for very low price, but if you apply rubber stamp and make it India used abroad chances are you will get more money.

Never collect rubber stamp for unique collection other wise you will be one of the unique collector collecting India stamp used abroad,  QV  India stamp,  Queen Victoria stamps, India stamps used  Zanzibar, India stamp used abroad  Aden , India stamp used abroad Muscat.

Following is example were India stamp used abroad in ADEN was sold for $408 by "drpokiri". 

Not sure buyer paid money to seller.!! This is common practice in stamp collecting auction were price is increased by shill bidding or not paying to seller in order to glorify stamp collection.

But in reality stamp hobby is declining and no one has money to spend like this, but it's to show new collectors that it's alternate INVESTMENT.!!

But if you compare following screen shot of India used in ADEN from "drpokiri" with India stamp used in Muscat  by "ph4uv" you will be surprised because it's a FALSE postmark(forgery).!!

Following is FORGERY of Muscat postmark (rubber stamp) and applied on India stamp selling by "ph4uv"

So it's India stamp used abroad.!!

So what are chances of ADEN post mark is forged ?

I think it's very high because it's easy to make and no one can prove it's forged, because it's hard to find all information about rubber stamp.!!

Also chances of forgery rubber stamp is displayed in Stamp Handbooks, Online stamp exhibit as well as in philatelic exhibition so no one will notice that it's forgery.!

Now if you see following auction were "ashokmehta1955" is selling India used abroad  stamp of QV in Zanzibar for $540.!!!

Look at the difference in price. $540 for two stamp on piece of paper !!

Now do you really think this QV India used aboard - Queen Victoria Zanzibar stamp is genuine cancellation (rubber stamp) from Zanzibar or just a rubber stamp applied to it?

Reason for my suspicious that it's very easy to make rubber stamp and applied on any old stamp and claim it as rare India used abroad.!!

We had seen lot of FORGERY rubber stamp so chances of this QV India used aboard - Queen Victoria Zanzibar stamp is also very high.!!

Also seller is currently selling following some BOGUS Gandhi stamp cancellation.!!

Read more about it and you will quit collecting rubber stamps.!!


So if someone can make this fancy rubber than it will be very easy to make 100+ year old rubber stamp as no one knows what it looks like.!!

So what do you think about QV India used aboard - Queen Victoria Zanzibar stamp ?

Don't you think it's tempting to make this kind of rubber stamp and  claim it as QV stamp used abroad.!!

Forgery in Queen Victoria stamps is widely available.

In past I wrote about Forgery cancellation on East India Company stamp from Penang straits cancellation. You can see that forgery cancellation of India used abroad in following screenshot of my blog.

Want to read in detail than click following link.

Now what do you think about Queen Victoria India used abroad stamp.?

Is it Genuine or Forgery?

When you compare stamp of Queen Victoria used abroad with Penang strait cancellation on India stamp used abroad it make my brain wiggly.!!

In past we had seen India USED abroad Gandhi stamp. It was used on Tibet cover and stamps, India Gandhi stamps and Nepal Indian Embassy Cancellation, which was not even  sold under $10.!!

It's a real true example of India used abroad on 2 different countries.!! But it's a FORGED cover.!!!

If you want to research more about that then please click following link.

Now don't you think all this INDIA USED ABROAD cannot be trusted ?

To me it's nothing but to make money from new collectors!!!

If you don't believe that then please check out my other blog post to know more about how to cheat new collectors by making them think about high priced Gandhi philatelic material is only thing to collect or invest in it.

It will open your eyes that indeed this can happen, but it's already happening and you might be one of the victim like ME.!!!

So BEWARE what you are collecting and why are you collecting.!!

Read my following blog post to understand about stamp collection in DECLINE.!!

1) A Hobby in Decline : 1948 Gandhi USED cover case study.!!
2) A Hobby in Decline.!! - Part-2
3) How to invest when philately price is dropping.

If you see stamps are not even selling or selling like 5-10 times lower their value than mentioned in catalog.!!

There is nothing RARE or Scare in philately because this hobby is in downward trend because experienced collectors are loosing interest because value is not appreciating and new collectors are not coming in to this because there are lot of other things to do for them such as playing video games on Nintendo or X-box , social networking on facebook or google+ or  surfing on web through internet or SMS through iphone or android or watch games such as cricket, football or basketball.!!

Only way philately can sustain is to stop cheating in this hobby. Yes CHEATING.!! which is what you will see in order to increase value artificially by inflating the price by SHILL bidding, not paying to seller or mutual understanding cancelling transaction and lot more.

To know more about this kind of activity read my following blog post and think what are the possibilities in cheating, glorification, SHILL bidding, FAKE, Forgery etc.

1) 1948 Stamps False hope of Riches?
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) Gandhi SERVICE overprint stamp price fell from $1009 to $1.!!
10) How can you tell that Gandhi SERVICE stamp is FAKE or Forgery ?

I hope all the above will help while making decision in investing stamps and to avoid getting CHEATED.!!

Now don't you think it does NOT make sense STAMP INVESTING!!


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