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Sweden: Gallery: Select Stamps - 1938-1950 Issues  
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Never
Hinged

Never HingedNever Hinged
US$
Mint
Hinged

Mint Hinged
US$
Used
Used
US$
241021
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264a/264 (Facit #259BC) [1938 15 öre Emanuel Swedenborg (theologian and scientist), pair with straight-edge on left side only] Used VF BC 4-BLOCK with 17 February 1938 cancellations (just a couple weeks after issue). One blunted perf on lower pair; otherwise excellent. Used BC/CB blocks are quite unusual! Priced only as two pairs.
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90.00

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273/273a (Facit #261CB) [1938 5 öre New Sweden (Settler and Indian), pair with straight-edge on right side only] Used VF CB 4-BLOCK with 30 October 1938 cancellations. Excellent quality, strong perforations. Used BC/CB blocks are quite unusual, especially these larger-format stamps. Priced only as two pairs.
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90.00

241268
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289/289a CB Pair (Facit #269CB) [1939 10 öre Violet Gustav V with Small Numerals, pair with straight-edge on right side only] NH VF example in extremely fresh condition. Absolutely genuine. There is a space for this scarce pair in virtually every European-made album, but it is missing from most collections.
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124.00

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241269
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289a/289 BC Pair (Facit #269BC) [1939 10 öre Violet Gustav V with Small Numerals, pair with straight-edge on left side only] NH VF example in extremely fresh condition. Absolutely genuine. There is a space for this scarce pair in virtually every European-made album, but it is missing from most collections.
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124.00

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241038
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292/292a (Facit #318CB) [1939 5 öre Per Erik Ling (founder of Swedish gymnastics), pair with straight-edge on right side only] NEVER HINGED Superb CB pair with jumbo margins. Outstanding example!
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68.00

241037
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292/292a (Facit #318CB) [1939 5 öre Per Erik Ling (founder of Swedish gymnastics), pair with straight-edge on right side only] Used Superb CB pair with neat, fully dated, 24 April 1939 cancellation. Outstanding example.
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60.00

241035
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292a/292 (Facit #318BC) [1939 5 öre Per Erik Ling (founder of Swedish gymnastics), pair with straight-edge on left side only] Used VF BC 4-BLOCK with neat cancellations. Excellent quality, strong perforations. Used BC/CB blocks are quite unusual. Priced only as two pairs.
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90.00

241043
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297a [1939 10 öre Berzelius (chemist) perforated-3-side] Straight edge on left side. Mint Superb, lightly hinged. Large, perfect margins all around. Fresh and attractive. Scarce so nice.
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70.00

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241044
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297/297a (Facit #320CB) [1939 10 öre Jöns Jacob Berzelius (chemist), pair with straight-edge on right side only] Used Superb CB pair with neat, round MALMÖ cancel and perfectly even margins on both stamps. Top margin from booklet mounting still attached and with half cylinder 1 marginal marking (does not increase price). Wonderful quality, strong perforations. Outstanding example.
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325.00

241045
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297/297a (Facit #320CB) [1939 10 öre Jöns Jacob Berzelius (chemist), pair with straight-edge on right side only] Used VF-XF CB pair with fairly light (very light on 297a) cancel and large margins. Excellent example of a very scarce pair.
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285.00

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Hinged

Never HingedNever Hinged
US$
Mint
Hinged

Mint Hinged
US$
Used
Used
US$
241046
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297a/297 (Facit #320BC) [1939 10 öre Jöns Jacob Berzelius (chemist), pair with straight-edge on left side only] NEVER HINGED VF BC pair. Wonderfully fresh and bright. Excellent example of a very scarce pair.
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235.00

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241048
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298/298a (Facit #321CB) [1938 15 öre Carl von Linne (botanist, taxonomist, writer), pair with straight-edge on right side only] Used XF CB 4-BLOCK with 6 June 1939 (issued on 2 June) MALMÖ cancellation. Excellent quality, strong perforations. Used BC/CB blocks are quite unusual. Priced only as two pairs. Scarce and sought after by many thematic collectors.
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90.00

241049
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298/298a (Facit #321CB) [1938 15 öre Carl von Linne (botanist, taxonomist, writer), pair with straight-edge on right side only] Used XF CB 4-BLOCK with 6 June 1939 (issued on 2 June) MALMÖ cancellation. Bottom margin example showing booklet mounting and complete cylinder 1 marginal marking -- the bottom margin mounting means that this was from an inverted-mounting booklet. Excellent quality, strong perforations. Used BC/CB blocks are quite unusual. Scarce and sought after by many thematic collectors. An outstanding item!
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115.00

241050
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298a/298 (Facit #321BC) [1938 15 öre Carl von Linne (botanist, taxonomist, writer), pair with straight-edge on left side only] Used XF BC 4-BLOCK with 12 June 1939 (issued on 2 June) MALMÖ cancellation. Top margin example showing booklet mounting. Excellent quality, strong perforations. Used BC/CB blocks are quite unusual. Priced only as two pairs. Scarce and sought after by many thematic collectors.
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90.00

241051
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300c/300 Type II (Facit #273BC2) [1939 10 öre Gustaf V with large numerals (type II has no line in the lapel), pair with straight-edge on left side only] Used VF centered, BC pair, but with moderate gum-soak staining mostly only visible from the reverse. An attractive example. This is one of the scarcer BC/CB pair issues; otherwise would be $285 with this centering.
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45.00

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312a/312a (Facit #324BB) [1940 5 öre Carl Michael Bellman, pair perforated on three sides of each stamp] NH XF-Superb BB pair with each stamp wonderfully centered and with huge margins all around. Pairs with both stamps so well centered are rarely seen! Sought after for music thematic collections.
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68.00

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241057
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322a/322 (Facit #332CB) [1941 5 kr blue Stockholm Palace, pair with straight-edge on right side only] CB 4-BLOCK, Used with Superb centering and ESKILTUNA cancellations. Correct greenish-blue color of the early printings. This example came off packages of ball bearings sent by airmail in 1941-1942 from Sweden to the Ford Motor Company in the U.S., for military production -- would have to have been sent on the dangerous secret night flights from Stockholm to Scotland and then onward by clipper flying boats to the U.S. [see the book Blockade Runners]. One of the key BC/CB pair issues -- such nice centering is quite scarce! Attractive and completely sound in all respects. Blocks of this BC/CB issue are scarce because most of the heavy packages they were on (or on parcel cards) received very rough treatment. Priced at only the value of two Superb pairs.
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490.00

241056
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322a/322 (Facit #332CB) [1941 5 kr blue Stockholm Palace, pair with straight-edge on right side only] CB pair, Used with VF centering and ESKILTUNA cancellations. Correct greenish-blue color of the early printings. This example came off packages of ball bearings sent by airmail in 1941-1942 from Sweden to the Ford Motor Company in the U.S., for military production -- would have to have been sent on the dangerous secret night flights from Stockholm to Scotland and then onward by clipper flying boats to the U.S. [see the book Blockade Runners]. One of the key BC/CB pair issues. Attractive.
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210.00

241058
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322a/322 (Facit #332CB) [1941 5 kr blue Stockholm Palace, pair with straight-edge on right side only] CB pair, Used with Superb centering and ESKILTUNA cancellations, but with light bends (hard to see). Correct greenish-blue color of the early printings. This example came off packages of ball bearings sent by airmail in 1941-1942 from Sweden to the Ford Motor Company in the U.S., for military production -- would have to have been sent on the dangerous secret night flights from Stockholm to Scotland and then onward by clipper flying boats to the U.S. [see the book Blockade Runners]. One of the key BC/CB pair issues -- such nice centering is quite scarce! Otherwise would be $245 for this centering.
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59.00

241059
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322a/322 (Facit #332CB) [1941 5 kr blue Stockholm Palace, pair with straight-edge on right side only] CB 10-BLOCK (THE COMPLETE BOOKLET PANE, w/o selvage), Used with VF/XF centering and ESKILTUNA cancellations, but with bends and a couple shorter perforations. Correct greenish-blue color of the early printings. This example came off packages of ball bearings sent by airmail in 1941-1942 from Sweden to the Ford Motor Company in the U.S., for military production -- would have to have been sent on the dangerous secret night flights from Stockholm to Scotland and then onward by clipper flying boats to the U.S. [see the book Blockade Runners]. One of the key BC/CB pair issues -- such nice centering is quite scarce! Attractive and completely sound in all respects. Such large blocks of this BC/CB issue are extremely scarce because most of the heavy packages they were on (or on parcel cards) received very rough treatment. While it may not be obvious, stamps like these helped win WWII.
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195.00

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Never
Hinged

Never HingedNever Hinged
US$
Mint
Hinged

Mint Hinged
US$
Used
Used
US$
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

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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

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