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    HB-UNL EP-95? 24¢ Feuchtwanger Strip Very Fine-Extremely Fine.
    Bought at auction 27 years ago, this strip is identical in size and design to the more commonly seen 9¢ strips, except that this one contains eight 3¢ stamps. The first stamp is oriented horizontally like the 9¢ examples, but the other seven stamps are sitting vertically on top of each other. The mica covering the left stamp is torn and almost totally missing, but the stamp itself is in nice shape and has no visible soiling or stains. The rest of the mica is in good shape with no cracks or breaks. The case has no problems and has a lot of the original red color in its recessed areas. It is definitely an interesting piece for the encased postage collector.

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    Sep-Oct, 2013
    25th-1st Wednesday-Tuesday
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