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St. Vincent Disney World Stamp Expo Set Of 8 Plus 2 S/s on 2040-motos

US $14.90
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Location:

Hampton, New Hampshire, United States

Hampton, New Hampshire, United States

Vincent All description





Description:

MINT STATE - NEVER BEEN MOUNTED

Scott #1256-65





Stuart Katz

Phone: (603) 929-0057

Do not hesitate to call me with any questions that you may have.

About Me

I have been a full time stamp & coin dealer for the past 40 years.

Member of the ANA, NGC and dealer member of the American Philatelic Society

Conditions of sale:

Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges.
These charges are the buyer's responsibility.
Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding/buying.
Shipments may be delayed due to customs.



Obtaining certificates of authenticity for stamps:


Notice that a stamp is being submitted for a certificate MUST be made at time of payment.
No refunds will be made after 120 days after the sale date unless extra time is granted.
Due to the high cost of obtaining certificates we will only refund the cost of the stamp and not the cost of the certificate for stamps that sell for less than $250 that come back with a negative certificate. Stamps that sell for above $250 will receive a full refund for both the price of the stamp and cost of the certificate if it should come back not as described. For U.S. stamps only certificates from either APS, PSE or from the Philatelic Foundation are accepted, however "graded" certificates or "encased" items are not accepted.
Proof of the inability to express an opinion is not grounds for return. 

Shipping

All rates include private insurance from Hugh Wood Inc.

We use the finest in secure packaging to better protect your items.

All items are shipped with insurance at NO extra cost.




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