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Sweden: Specialized Stamps: 1939-1969 Three Crowns  
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240931
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397 FLUORESCENT, Facit #300v1 [1968 Fluorescent Printing of the 1948 1.40 kr dark green 3-Crowns] Used Superb with fully dated 14 February 1969 light cancellation. An unannounced (accidental?) 1968 printing on bright yellow fluorescent (under long-wave UV light) paper. This variety (and also some faintly fluorescent varieties of other stamps) was accidentally discovered around 1978 by a staff member of the Rolf Gummesson stamp dealer firm who was checking some other stamps under UV light and noticed these. In 1968-1969 this denomination was needed for foreign postal money orders (thus the stamps were spread widely on items sent outside of Sweden -- and the destination post offices tended to keep such forms as the receipt for making the payment -- which helps to explain the rarity of used examples). The supply of mint stamps was long exhausted before this variety was discovered; only by chance might a collector have obtained a mint example (of a 20 year old stamp design) from the post office in 1968. Rare in mint and quite hard to find used, especially undamaged and with nice centering. This is a top quality example in the 99th percentile.
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80.00

240932
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397 FLUORESCENT, Facit #300v1 [1968 Fluorescent Printing of the 1948 1.40 kr dark green 3-Crowns] Used Superb with light corner cancellation. An unannounced (accidental?) 1968 printing on bright yellow fluorescent (under long-wave UV light) paper. This variety (and also some faintly fluorescent varieties of other stamps) was accidentally discovered around 1978 by a staff member of the Rolf Gummesson stamp dealer firm who was checking some other stamps under UV light and noticed these. In 1968-1969 this denomination was needed for foreign postal money orders (thus the stamps were spread widely on items sent outside of Sweden -- and the destination post offices tended to keep such forms as the receipt for making the payment -- which helps to explain the rarity of used examples). The supply of mint stamps was long exhausted before this variety was discovered; only by chance might a collector have obtained a mint example (of a 20 year old stamp design) from the post office in 1968. Rare in mint and quite hard to find used, especially undamaged and with nice centering. This is a top quality example!
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55.00

240933
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397 FLUORESCENT, Facit #300v1 [1968 Fluorescent Printing of the 1948 1.40 kr dark green 3-Crowns] Used VF with light cancellation. An unannounced (accidental?) 1968 printing on bright yellow fluorescent (under long-wave UV light) paper. This variety (and also some faintly fluorescent varieties of other stamps) was accidentally discovered around 1978 by a staff member of the Rolf Gummesson stamp dealer firm who was checking some other stamps under UV light and noticed these. In 1968-1969 this denomination was needed for foreign postal money orders (thus the stamps were spread widely on items sent outside of Sweden -- and the destination post offices tended to keep such forms as the receipt for making the payment -- which helps to explain the rarity of used examples). The supply of mint stamps was long exhausted before this variety was discovered; only by chance might a collector have obtained a mint example (of a 20 year old stamp design) from the post office in 1968. Rare in mint and quite hard to find used, especially undamaged and with nice centering. An excellent example!
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39.00

240935
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397 FLUORESCENT, Facit #300v1 [1968 Fluorescent Printing of the 1948 1.40 kr dark green 3-Crowns] Used F-VF with light cancellation. An unannounced (accidental?) 1968 printing on bright yellow fluorescent (under long-wave UV light) paper. This variety (and also some faintly fluorescent varieties of other stamps) was accidentally discovered around 1978 by a staff member of the Rolf Gummesson stamp dealer firm who was checking some other stamps under UV light and noticed these. In 1968-1969 this denomination was needed for foreign postal money orders (thus the stamps were spread widely on items sent outside of Sweden -- and the destination post offices tended to keep such forms as the receipt for making the payment -- which helps to explain the rarity of used examples). The supply of mint stamps was long exhausted before this variety was discovered; only by chance might a collector have obtained a mint example (of a 20 year old stamp design) from the post office in 1968. Rare in mint and quite hard to find used, especially undamaged and with nice centering. An attractive example!
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28.00

240936
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397 FLUORESCENT, Facit #300v1 [1968 Fluorescent Printing of the 1948 1.40 kr dark green 3-Crowns] Used F-VF with light cancellation. An unannounced (accidental?) 1968 printing on bright yellow fluorescent (under long-wave UV light) paper. This variety (and also some faintly fluorescent varieties of other stamps) was accidentally discovered around 1978 by a staff member of the Rolf Gummesson stamp dealer firm who was checking some other stamps under UV light and noticed these. In 1968-1969 this denomination was needed for foreign postal money orders (thus the stamps were spread widely on items sent outside of Sweden -- and the destination post offices tended to keep such forms as the receipt for making the payment -- which helps to explain the rarity of used examples). The supply of mint stamps was long exhausted before this variety was discovered; only by chance might a collector have obtained a mint example (of a 20 year old stamp design) from the post office in 1968. Rare in mint and quite hard to find used, especially undamaged and with nice centering. An attractive example!
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28.00

240937
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397 FLUORESCENT, Facit #300v1 [1968 Fluorescent Printing of the 1948 1.40 kr dark green 3-Crowns] Used F-VF with light cancellation. An unannounced (accidental?) 1968 printing on bright yellow fluorescent (under long-wave UV light) paper. This variety (and also some faintly fluorescent varieties of other stamps) was accidentally discovered around 1978 by a staff member of the Rolf Gummesson stamp dealer firm who was checking some other stamps under UV light and noticed these. In 1968-1969 this denomination was needed for foreign postal money orders (thus the stamps were spread widely on items sent outside of Sweden -- and the destination post offices tended to keep such forms as the receipt for making the payment -- which helps to explain the rarity of used examples). The supply of mint stamps was long exhausted before this variety was discovered; only by chance might a collector have obtained a mint example (of a 20 year old stamp design) from the post office in 1968. Rare in mint and quite hard to find used, especially undamaged and with nice centering. An attractive example!
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28.00

240938
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397 FLUORESCENT, Facit #300v1 [1968 Fluorescent Printing of the 1948 1.40 kr dark green 3-Crowns] Used Fine with light cancellation. An unannounced (accidental?) 1968 printing on bright yellow fluorescent (under long-wave UV light) paper. This variety (and also some faintly fluorescent varieties of other stamps) was accidentally discovered around 1978 by a staff member of the Rolf Gummesson stamp dealer firm who was checking some other stamps under UV light and noticed these. In 1968-1969 this denomination was needed for foreign postal money orders (thus the stamps were spread widely on items sent outside of Sweden -- and the destination post offices tended to keep such forms as the receipt for making the payment -- which helps to explain the rarity of used examples). The supply of mint stamps was long exhausted before this variety was discovered; only by chance might a collector have obtained a mint example (of a 20 year old stamp design) from the post office in 1968. Rare in mint and quite hard to find used, especially undamaged and with nice centering. Typical centering for this printing.
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20.00

240939
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397 FLUORESCENT, Facit #300v1 [1968 Fluorescent Printing of the 1948 1.40 kr dark green 3-Crowns] Used Fine with light cancellation. An unannounced (accidental?) 1968 printing on bright yellow fluorescent (under long-wave UV light) paper. This variety (and also some faintly fluorescent varieties of other stamps) was accidentally discovered around 1978 by a staff member of the Rolf Gummesson stamp dealer firm who was checking some other stamps under UV light and noticed these. In 1968-1969 this denomination was needed for foreign postal money orders (thus the stamps were spread widely on items sent outside of Sweden -- and the destination post offices tended to keep such forms as the receipt for making the payment -- which helps to explain the rarity of used examples). The supply of mint stamps was long exhausted before this variety was discovered; only by chance might a collector have obtained a mint example (of a 20 year old stamp design) from the post office in 1968. Rare in mint and quite hard to find used, especially undamaged and with nice centering. Typical centering for this printing.
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20.00

240941
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397 FLUORESCENT, Facit #300v1 [1968 Fluorescent Printing of the 1948 1.40 kr dark green 3-Crowns] Used VF centered, but couple short perfs. An unannounced (accidental?) 1968 printing on bright yellow fluorescent (under long-wave UV light) paper. This variety (and also some faintly fluorescent varieties of other stamps) was accidentally discovered around 1978 by a staff member of the Rolf Gummesson stamp dealer firm who was checking some other stamps under UV light and noticed these. In 1968-1969 this denomination was needed for foreign postal money orders (thus the stamps were spread widely on items sent outside of Sweden -- and the destination post offices tended to keep such forms as the receipt for making the payment -- which helps to explain the rarity of used examples). The supply of mint stamps was long exhausted before this variety was discovered; only by chance might a collector have obtained a mint example (of a 20 year old stamp design) from the post office in 1968. Rare in mint and quite hard to find used, especially undamaged and with nice centering.
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7.00

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