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 Tips Investasi:

prangko Kolombia 1919-20 pos  udara

 (C1-10)

Pada tahun 1919 dan ’20, Kolombia mengeluarkan prangko pos udara pertama, sebelas pertama (C1, C2-10) sangat langka. C1, yang 200 diterbitkan, dimaksudkan untuk penerbangan eksperimental dari Baranquilla ke Puerto Kolombia. 160 digunakan, dan banyak dari perangko yang tetap rusak. C2-10, yang dihasilkan oleh Compania Colombiana de Navegacion Aérea, dimasukkan Art Deco gaya desain yang menggambarkan motif penerbangan berbagai, dan hanya 100 dari masing-masing perangko dikeluarkan.

Tak satu pun dari perangko tampaknya murah, sebagai katalog paling antara

$ 2.750 – $ 5.500 dan -.. Dengan pengecualian C7 ($ 10.000 -. Untuk tidak digunakan). Pembelian salah satu prangko harus dilakukan tergantung pada expertization. Meskipun priciness jelas mereka, mereka semua terlalu undervalued, terutama mengingat prospek pertumbuhan di pasar cap Amerika Latin pada umumnya, dan di Kolombia pada khususnya. Mereka masing-masing setidaknya sebagai langka seperti yang tertera AS Inverted Jenny, tetapi mungkin bisa didapat untuk 1% atau kurang dari harga.

Sebuah bangsa dari 45 juta orang, Kolombia telah diganggu oleh dekade konflik bersenjata internal yang serius, perdagangan narkoba, korupsi, dan ketidakadilan pendapatan kotor, namun tetap disiksa sampai pertumbuhan PDB tahunan rata-rata mengesankan 5,5% selama 5 tahun terakhir. Selain itu, sampai kegagalan keuangan global menurunkan target pertumbuhan GDP menjadi 3% pada tahun 2009, sudah mantap percepatan, dari 2% pada tahun 2003 menjadi 8% pada tahun 2008. Baru-baru ini, pemerintah, bersenjata lengkap oleh AS, telah menerapkan kebijakan ganda menggabungkan tekanan militer dengan negosiasi untuk mengatasi berbagai faksi gerilya di dalam negeri. Hal ini tampaknya telah bekerja untuk beberapa hal, seperti jumlah pemberontak telah dibelah dua, dan jumlah pembunuhan dan penculikan berkurang drastis. Sementara beberapa berpendapat bahwa pemerintah Kolombia masih benar-benar korup, dan telah melanggar hak asasi manusia dan didukung pasukan pembunuh paramiliter untuk mencapai perdamaian relatif, mungkin bahwa ini adalah par untuk kursus, mengingat sejarah bangsa. Tantangan utama yang dihadapi negara akan bahwa dari berbagi lebih banyak kekayaan dengan mayoritas penduduk sehingga dapat mengembangkan lebih merupakan kelas menengah dan pusat politik. Jika tidak, akan berpindah ke kekacauan yang tidak stabil.

In 1919 and ’20, Colombia issued its first airmail stamps, the first eleven of which (C1, C2-10) are extremely scarce. C1, of which 200 were issued, was intended for an experimental flight from Baranquilla to Puerto Colombia. 160 were used, and many of the stamps which remain are defective. C2-10, produced by the Compania Colombiana de Navegacion Aerea, incorporated Art Deco-style designs illustrating various flight motifs, and only 100 of each of these stamps was issued.


None of these stamps seems inexpensive, as most catalog between

$2,750.- and $5,500.- with the exception of C7 ($ 10,000.- for unused). Purchase of any of these stamps should be made conditional on expertization. Despite their apparent priciness, they are all grossly undervalued, especially given the prospects for growth in the Latin American stamp market in general, and Colombia’s in particular. They are each at least as rare as the U.S. Inverted Jenny stamp, but may be had for 1% or less of its price.

 

A nation of 45 million people, Colombia has been plagued by decades of serious internal armed conflict, drug trafficking, corruption, and gross inequities of income, but has nevertheless racked up impressive annual GDP growth averaging 5.5% over the last 5 years. Moreover, until the global financial fiasco cut its GDP growth to 3% in 2009, it had been steadily accelerating, from 2% in 2003 to 8% in 2008. Recently, the government, armed to the teeth by the U.S., has applied a dual policy of combining military pressure with negotiations to cope with the various guerrilla factions within the country. This seems to have worked to some extent, as the number of insurgents has been halved, and the number of homicides and kidnappings drastically reduced. While some argue that the Colombian government is still utterly corrupt, and has violated human rights and supported paramilitary death squads in order to achieve relative peace, it may be that this is par for the course, given the nation’s history. The main challenge that the country faces will be that of sharing more of the wealth with the majority of the population so as to develop more of a middle class and political center. Otherwise, it will devolve into an unstable mess.

 Tips  Investasi  prangko  Lebanon 1956 PBB 10th Anniversary (Scott # C221-22, C222Note)


Pada Januari 1956, Libanon mengeluarkan serangkaian perangko dan lembaran suvenir memperingati HUT ke-10 Perserikatan Bangsa-Bangsa (Scott # C221-22, C222Note). Hanya 15.000 set dan 4.000 lembar souvenir diterbitkan. Scott ’10 menghargai mereka yang tidak terpakai pada $ 11,75 dan $ 90,00, masing-masing. Keduanya menarik, dan tidak jelas yang merupakan tawar-menawar yang lebih baik, karena ada kemungkinan bahwa proporsi yang jauh lebih besar dari set yang digunakan sebagai ongkos kirim dan dibuang daripada yang lembaran suvenir.

Perangko Lebanon populer di kalangan kolektor Koloni Timur Tengah dan Perancis. Selain itu, sebagai topikal PBB, masalah ini memiliki daya tarik seluruh dunia, yang seharusnya meningkat dengan PBB secara bertahap memperoleh kredibilitas sebagai lembaga yang efektif untuk menangani masalah global.

Lebanon, negara sebesar 4,2 juta orang, memiliki pertumbuhan PDB diabaikan selama 5 tahun terakhir akibat perang Hizbullah dengan Israel, dominasi Suriah, dan perselisihan internal. Namun demikian, saya yakin bahwa pada akhirnya akan kembali ke kemakmuran sebagai berbagai faksi di kawasan ini belajar bagaimana bergaul, dan kembali Beirut untuk keunggulan mantan sebagai “Paris dari Timur Tengah.”

  Tips Investasi: prangko St Pierre dan Miquelon 1885-86 Biaya tambahan (Scott # 1 –

Para Kolektivitas Wilayah St Pierre dan Miquelon, sisa hanya kekaisaran kolonial mantan Perancis di Amerika Utara, terdiri dari dua kelompok kecil dari pulau-pulau di lepas pantai Newfoundland. Dari perspektif investasi filateli, ada hal yang menarik karena perangko nya yang populer di Kanada dan di kalangan kolektor Koloni Perancis – baik pasar berkembang. Perangko scarcest St Pierre dan Miquelon ada dalam dua kelompok luas: biaya tambahan abad 19 dan overprints, dan 1941-42 “Perancis Libre” overprints.

Seperti semua overprints, beberapa prangko telah dipalsukan pada satu waktu atau lainnya, jadi saya sarankan bahwa stampselectors fokus hanya pada mereka yang patut mendapatkan expertized.

Perangko pertama dari koloni itu biaya tambahan primitif. Saya telah terdaftar yang lebih baik, bersama dengan jumlah pencetakan mereka (bila diketahui) dan Nilai Scott Katalog ’10 untuk digunakan, di bawah ini:

– 1885 05C di Vermilion 40c pada jerami (Scott # 1; 4.000, $ 140 -.)

– 1885 05C pada 35c Black pada kuning (Scott # 4; 1.500, $ 140 -.)

– 1885 05C pada 75c Carmine pada mawar (Scott # 5; 1.800, $ 375 -.)

– 1885 25c pada 1fr Hijau Perunggu pada jerami, biaya tambahan ketik ‘c’ (Scott # 7; 340; $ 13.000 -.)

– 1885 25c pada 1fr Hijau Perunggu pada jerami; biaya tambahan ketik ‘d’ (Scott # 8; 300; $ 2.500 -.)

– 1885 5c pada 2c Brown pada penggemar (Scott # 9; sangat jarang, $ 6.500 -.)

– 1885 5c pada Claret 4c pada lavender (Scott # 10; 900, $ 500 -.)

– 5c 1886 Hitam (Scott # 12; Langka; $ 1.350 -.)

– 1886 10c Hitam (Scott # 13; Langka; $ 1.450 -.)

– 1886 15c Hitam (Scott # 14; Langka, $ 1.300 -.)

– 1891 15c 35c di Black pada jeruk, biaya tambahan ketik ‘e’ (Scott # 16; 850;. 675 $ -)

– 1891 15c 35c di Black pada jeruk, biaya tambahan tipe ‘f’ (Scott # 17; 850, $ 2.000 -.)

– 1891 15c pada Red 40c di atas jerami, biaya tambahan ketik ‘e’ (Scott # 18; 5.000, $ 110 -.)

Beberapa lebih baik masalah abad ke-19 lainnya, dan “Perancis Libre” overprints, akan dibahas dalam artikel mendatang.

 
 
 
 
 

In January of 1956, Lebanon issued a set of stamps and a souvenir sheet commemorating the 10th Anniversary of the United Nations (Scott #C221-22, C222Note). Only 15,000 sets and 4,000 souvenir sheets were issued. Scott ’10 values them unused at $ 11.75 and $ 90.00, respectively. Both are attractive, and it is unclear which represents the better bargain, because it is likely that a far greater proportion of the sets were used as postage and discarded than were the souvenir sheets.


Stamps of Lebanon are popular among collectors of the Mideast and French Colonies. Furthermore, as a UN Topical, this issue has worldwide appeal, which should increase as the UN gradually gains credibility as an effective institution for dealing with global problems.

Lebanon, a nation of 4.2 million people, has had negligible GDP growth over the last 5 years due to Hezbollah’s war with Israel, Syrian domination, and internal strife. Nevertheless, I am confident that it will eventually return to prosperity as the various factions within the region learn how to get along, and Beirut returns to its former preeminence as the “Paris of the Middle East.”

 Stamp Investment Tip: St. Pierre and Miquelon 1885-86 Surcharges (Scott #1-

The Territorial Collectivity of St. Pierre and Miquelon, the only remnant of the former French colonial empire in North America, is comprised of two small groups of islands off the coast of Newfoundland. From a philatelic investment perspective, it is of interest because its stamps are popular in Canada and among collectors of French Colonies – both growing markets. The scarcest stamps of St. Pierre and Miquelon exist within two broad groups: the 19th century surcharges and overprints, and the 1941-42 “France Libre” overprints.

 

As with all overprints, some of these stamps have been faked at one time or another, so I recommend that stampselectors focus only on those which are worth getting expertized.

 

The first stamps of the colony were primitive surcharges. I’ve listed the better ones, along with their printing quantities (when known) and Scott ’10 Catalog Values for unused, below:

 

– 1885 05c on 40c Vermilion on straw (Scott #1; 4,000; $ 140.- )

– 1885 05c on 35c Black on yellow (Scott #4; 1,500; $ 140.-)

– 1885 05c on 75c Carmine on rose (Scott #5; 1,800; $ 375.-)

– 1885 25c on 1fr Bronze Green on straw, surcharge type ‘c’ (Scott #7; 340; $ 13,000.-)

– 1885 25c on 1fr Bronze Green on straw; surcharge type ‘d’ (Scott #8; 300; $ 2,500.-)

– 1885 5c on 2c Brown on buff (Scott #9; extremely rare; $ 6,500.-)

– 1885 5c on 4c Claret on lavender (Scott #10; 900; $ 500.-)

– 1886 5c Black (Scott #12; Rare; $ 1,350.-)

– 1886 10c Black (Scott #13; Rare; $ 1,450.-)

– 1886 15c Black (Scott #14; Rare; $ 1,300.-)

– 1891 15c on 35c Black on orange, surcharge type ‘e’ (Scott #16; 850; $ 675.-)

– 1891 15c on 35c Black on orange, surcharge type ‘f’ (Scott #17; 850; $ 2,000.-)

– 1891 15c on 40c Red on straw, surcharge type ‘e’ (Scott #18; 5,000; $ 110.-)

 

Some of the other better 19th century issues, and the “France Libre” overprints, will be dealt with in future articles.

 

Before Australia issued its first stamps as a self-governing dominion in 1913, it was divided into six British colonies, each of which issued their own stamps. In 1900, Queensland issued a set of two semi-postals (Scott #B1-2) to aid disabled Queensland volunteers and dependants of those volunteers who lost their lives fighting in the Boer War. Only 6,500 of #B1 and 4,020 of #B2 were issued, and Scott ’10 prices them unused at $ 200.-and $ 525.-, respectively.

 

I favor all better stamps of Australia and Australian States, and believe that those issues which are the most undervalued, based upon their scarcity, will tend to increase the most over time.

 

Australia is a prosperous nation of 22 million people and a diverse economy, with thriving service, agricultural, and mining sectors. Annual GDP growth has average 3.6% over the past 15 years. Recently, there has been considerable growth in mining and petroleum extraction, in part due to increased exports to the resource-hungry Chinese market. It is likely that Australia’s stamp collecting population will grow significantly as the nation ages. The percentage of Australians over 60 is projected to rise from 16% in 2000 to 24.8% in 2025, and 28.2% in 2050.

 

When purchasing these stamps, note that the centering of this issue is often mediocre. Try to select examples which are centered Fine or better.

 

In 1921, the Netherlands, and its main colony, the Netherlands Indies, both issued Marine Insurance Stamps (Scott #GY1-7, in both cases). These stamps were used to pay for a very unusual type of insured mail. Letters bearing the stamps were placed in safes mounted on the decks of ships en route between Netherlands and Netherlands East Indies. The safes were buoyant and were equipped with flares and bells. In the event that the ship sank, the safe would float off and the flares and bells would activate, hopefully leading to the recovery of the safe and its contents. Only 5,216 of the Netherlands set were issued, and 4,127 of the Netherlands Indies set, and Scott ’10 prices them unused at $ 605.- ($1,500.- for NH) and $ 186.90, respectively.

 

Both sets should do well, although the Netherlands Indies set is “sexier,” as it may potentially appeal to a dual market in both the Netherlands and Indonesia. With about 16.6 million people, the Netherlands is the 16th largest economy in the world, and its annual GDP growth has averaged about 2.5% over the last 5 years. Indonesia is a developing, though still poor, country of 230 million people, with an annual GDP growth rate hovering around 5%-6%. Like most emerging market nations, it faces challenges which will have to be addressed, including corruption and major inequities in the distribution of income.

 

Furthermore, global aging trends in both countries should bolster the population of serious stamp collectors in both countries in the coming decades. The Netherlands’ population of citizens age 60+ is projected to rise from 18.3% in 2000 to 32.8% in 2050, while Indonesia’s 60+ age group is expected to almost triple, from 7.6% to 22.3%.

From 1909 to late 1911 China occupied Tibet and the Dalai Lama and his Government fled to India. For approximately two years, five Chinese Post Offices operated in Central Tibet and a Chinese Post Office at Chambo (Eastern Tibet) was open in 1913 and 1914.

Initially, the post office used regular stamps of Imperial China, but in 1911 a set of eleven stamps (surcharged in three languages) was introduced for Tibet (Scott #1-11). The set is very scarce and almost never sold complete. As the purchase of any overprinted stamp entails the risk of buying a fake, I recommend purchase of only those stamps in the set (including the two rare varieties) which are costly enough to justify obtaining expertization. I’ve listed these, along with printing quantities (when known) and Scott ’10 Catalog Values for unused, below:

-1911 3p on 1c Ocher, inverted surcharge (Scott #1a; Very Rare; Scott ’10 CV= $ 3,500.-)
-1911 3a on 16c Olive Green, large “S” in “Annas” (Scott #6a; Rare; Scott ’10 CV= $1,250.-)
-1911 12a on 50c Yellow Green (Scott #9; 12,000; Scott ’10 CV= $ 175.- )
-1911 1r on $1 Red and Pale Rose (Scott #10; 4,800; Scott ’10 CV = $ 475.- )
-1911 2r on $2 Red and Yellow (Scott #11; 3,704; Scott ’10 CV= $ 900.- )

The dispute between China and Tibet over the matter of Tibet’s sovereignty has been ongoing for centuries, and it was following the issuance of these stamps that Tibet regained some of its autonomy and began issuing its own stamps in 1912.

I am confident that the Offices in Tibet stamps will do very well over time, mostly due to continued growth in demand for stamps of China. Interest in Tibet and its stamps may also help to push them higher.

Those readers who are on Facebook are welcome to join the “StampSelectors” group. To find it, simply enter “StampSelectors” in Facebook’s search box, and then click on the search symbol ( a magnifying glass) to the right of the box. The group will focus upon philatelic investing, the stamp market, and practical matters regarding buying and selling stamps. It will also offer the opportunity to comment upon this blog, get under the author’s skin, and suggest future stamp investment tips.

In 1934-35, Mexico issued a rather unremarkable set of three stamps reprising the Coat of Arms/Biplane design of 1929-34 (Scott #C62-64). The set would be of little interest to investors, were it not for a color error, the 20c Slate (Scott #C62a), of which only 180 were issued. The normal 20c Olive Green (Scott #C62), is extremely common (Scott 2010 as unused = 35c), but Scott ’10 values the error at $ 500.- (both unused and used).

Taking into account the risks of mistaking a gray shade of the common olive green stamp for the slate error, or of purchasing a chemically induced color changeling, this stamp should be purchased conditional on obtaining expertization, optimally from M.E.P.S.I..

Given that caveat, however, the error is grossly undervalued, but will not remain so. It is priced at about 1/1,000th the value of an Inverted Jenny (U.S. Sc. #C3a), but is about half as rare (assuming that all of the 180 error stamps issued still exist). As the Inverted Jenny is one of the most famous errors in the world, however, perhaps this is not a fair comparison. The 20c Slate Color Error had a slightly lower printing than the U.S. 1893 4c Columbian Blue Color Error (Scott #233a), yet cats. at about 1/40th of the Columbian’s value. To give some perspective on this, imagine a fantastical worst-case scenario, in which all 180 of C62a were to come on the market at once. They would probably be purchased for somewhat less than their full Scott value of
$ 90,000 ($ 500.- X 180) – less than a minor Mexican drug cartel makes on a slow day. The ludicrously low current valuation for this rarity is unsustainable.

With a population of about 109 million, Mexico has experienced consistent annual GDP growth of between 3 and 5%. It has a diverse and developing economy, but modernization remains a slow and uneven process, and current challenges include addressing income inequality and corruption, upgrading the infrastructure, and reforming tax and labor laws. Stamps of Mexico are popular among collectors in the U.S. as well as in Mexico, and those who wish to learn more about Mexican stamps should consider joining the Mexico Elmhurst Philatelic Society International (M.E.P.S.I.). MEPSI provides many useful services for collectors of Mexico, including expertizing Mexican stamps.

Romania issued three semi-postal sets honoring the Boy Scouts from 1934-36, all of which are worth accumulating. Worldwide membership of the Boy Scouts is estimated at 25 million, and Scouting topicals are extremely popular internationally. Wikipedia has an excellent article on Scouting Memorabilia Collecting, for those interested in the subject.

The three sets, issued in modest quantities, are an excellent way to play the growth of both Romania’s economy and interest in Scouting Topicals. I’ve listed them, along with their quantities issued and Scott ’10 Catalog Values forunused, below:

-1934 Boy Scout Mamaii Jamboree (Scott #B44-49; 50,000; $ 40.00)

-1935 5th Anniv. of Accession of King Carol I-Boy Scouts (Scott #B50-54; 50,000; $ 26.50)

– 1936 Brasov Boy Scout Jamboree (Scott #B63-65; 60,000; $ 28.50 )

A nation of 22 million people with a GDP per capita of $ 12,285.- (about 46% of the EU average), Romania is considered an upper-middle income country. Romania’s main exports are clothing and textiles, industrial machinery, electrical and electronic equipment, metallurgical products, raw materials, cars, military equipment, software, pharmaceuticals, fine chemicals, and agricultural products. GDP growth has been high, averaging about 7% over the last five years.

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