So what do you think about this Aerophilately - First Aerial Post Mail.
Do you think this will help UK economy by capital gain tax ? (only seller and UK government knows about it)
Do you think this will help eBay ? (only seller and eBay knows about it).
We just have to play guessing game.!!
So what's your guess.?
My guess is UK economy did not get money from this auction because chances of not getting paid to seller is very high
BTW: Read my 2013 blog post about FORGERY in Aero Philately - First Air Mail Flight Covers - Zeppelin Covers
Click following link to read my blog post aboutAero Philately - First Air Mail Flight Covers - Zeppelin Covers and you decide whether you really want to be part of this kind of shady collection.
First Aerial Post : India 1911 World 1st AERIAL POST ALLAHABAD
First Aerial Mail Post and Gandhi Stamps material SELLER.
FIRST AERIAL POST : INDIAN PHILATELY EXPOSED - PART III
INDIA STAMP FIRST AERIAL POST 1911 ALLAHABAD : Indian Philately Exposed - Part IV
First Aerial Post : Do you really think it's RARE and demands such a high price in philatelic collection? Is it valid in philatelic exhibition if postage stamps used is not valid ? or it's VALUE LESS.
Do you think above FAKE covers might made it to philatelic museum in order to glorify Aero Philately - First Air Mail Flight Covers - Zeppelin Covers ?
Following is FORGED cachet of First Aerial Post which is also selling as First Air Mail Cover, World First Air Post etc.
Also post office postmark which are not applied on stamps are also forged from Allahabad post office dated 18 February 1911, as well as Sitapur post office.
There is no difference between First Aerial Post, U.P. Exhibition Allahabad 1911 and all of the above rubber stamp postmark and cachet.
Looks like lot of similarities between Gandhi stamps and Air Flight covers, First Flight covers, First Air Mail cover and First Aerial Mail from Allahabad.
Even Register rubber stamps are FAKE in both.
Note : - Following are 18 FAKE First Air Mail Flight Covers - Zeppelin Covers which were sold for $49.!!! (click to enlarge it and see what are chances of this kind of rubber stamp in your collection.!!)