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Iran Persia 1910 Saatdjian Unissued/Essay Ahmad Shah SHEET
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Price per item: Buy Now for $300.00
Quantity: 1
Closes: 20 Days, 17 Hours +
Location: San Francisco, CA
Started : 7/10/2019 1:19:18 AM
Ends: 8/9/2019 1:19:18 AM
Seller: kiltavax (165)
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Iran Persia 1910 Saatdjian Unissued/Essay
Ahmad Shah SHEET

1910 Unissued Coronation issue postage due value, complete sheet of 25 stamps of the 8 ch. Original gum, mint never hinged (MNH). Vertical crease through the third row that is not visible on the front. Trivial partial perf separation between the second and third rows. Very few may exist. Spectacular showpiece.

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Shipping will be $7 via signed first-class mail (US). Interested international bidders please e-mail me (I need to figure out the shipping). Once again, international bidders must e-mail me for permission to bid prior to bidding!! I am happy to combine the shipping of multiple winning lots to save you $$$. If there are any problems with the order, please e-mail me before placing feedback or opening a case. I will strive to make things right and make sure that you are happy with your buying experience.

Please inspect both sides of the item as pictured prior to bidding. No returns will be given for issues already mentioned in the listing as pictured.

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