Error & Varieties, D119, 6th Definitive Series, Deep Blue Green (Tractor), Perforration Shifted Complete Sheet, Wmk Ashokan

Error & Varieties, D119, 6th Definitive Series, Deep Blue Green (Tractor), Perforration Shifted Complete Sheet, Wmk Ashokan

Complete Vertical perforation shifted left affecting all 100 stamps

Date Of Issue:-05.09.1985.

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Error & Varieties, D119, 6th Definitive Series, Child Health, Perforration Shifted Complete Sheet, Wmk Ashokan

Error & Varieties, D119, 6th Definitive Series, Child Health, Perforration Shifted Complete Sheet, Wmk Ashokan

Horizontal perforation shifted down & Vertical perforation shifted left affecting all 100 stamps

Date Of Issue:-25.03.1981.

Chil Health Error & Varieties Definitive

Error & Varieties – Complete Imperf Miniature Sheet Swachh Bharat By India Post

Error & Varieties – Complete Imperf Miniature Sheet Swachh Bharat By India Post

Date Of Issue:- 30.01.2015

Available for Sale Contact:-8860120900

Error & Variety Complete Imperf

Error & Varieties – Vivekanand– By India Post

Error & Varieties – Vivekanand– By India Post

Year Of Issue:-2013

There is Vertical & Horizontal perforation shift

Vertical Shift– All five stamps in the strip are affected and design of stamp totally changed.

Horizontal Shift – The description at Bottom remains only partially in some stamps and in some partial description has appeared  at the top.

All errors are marked by RED ARROWS.

 

 

Errors & Varieties -VIVEKanand-ISG

 

Error & Varieties – Miniature Sheet Neela Kurinji – By India Post

Error & Varieties – Miniature Sheet Neela Kurinji – By India Post

Extra Two Vertical Perforation Marked with arrows

Date Of Issue:-29.05.2006.

Error & Varieties

Kurinji MS Back Side Scan

 

Error & Varieties – Bharathidasan – Tamil Poet – 2001 – By India Post

Error & Varieties – Bharathidasan – Tamil Poet – 2001 – By India Post

Above stamp issued normal, below stamp you will find spelling mistake in Hindi and English. In error stamp the spelling are Bharati Dasan instead of “Bharthidasan”. In Hindi it is bifurcated instead of one word. Shown by arrow. Unique error.

Date Of Issue;-09.10.2001.

Contributed By:- Mr Sushil Mehra,Bangalore

Contact if want to posses :- 08860120900

Bharthidasan

News – Malaria Eradication – Fraudulent attempt to create omission of colour

We at Philatelic Society of Delhi are lucky enough to have members who want to safeguard the interest of Philatelists at large, and to that effect one of our fellow Philatelists have informed us that ‘Yellow missing’ on Malaria Stamp which is being sold, is actually a ‘fraudulent attempt to create omission of colour’

The Collector had sent the stamp for certification and the attached certificate says the same. 🙂

People should be aware of the same and should refrain from buying the same for their collection.

We would request your good self, to help educate others through your website. so that fellow Philatelists are not victim of this stamp.

We are enclosing herewith the Picture of Stamp and Certificate.

Contributed By:- Me Rajesh Mittal, Delhi

Fraud Error

Missing Tree Top – Error & Vatieties – India 1929 KGV Air 8 anna

Missing Tree Top – Error & Varieties – India 1929 KGV Air 8 anna
King George V Air 8a purple vertical pair . Top stamp with variety Missing tree- top of second palm tree missing.
Aircraft :- De Havilland D.H.66 Hercules
Year : 1929
Reign : King George V
Tree Top Missing
8a KGV Air 1929

Error & Varieties – Complete Imperf M/S – Krishnadevaraya – By India Post

Error & Varieties – Complete Imperf  M/S – Krishnadevaraya – By India Post

Krishnadevaraya who ruled the kingdom of Vijayanagara in between 1509-1529 was one of the greatest statesmen which medieval South India had produced. Called variously as ‘Kannadaraya’, ‘Sri Karnata Mahisa’ and ‘Kannada Rajya Ramaramana’, his rule saw all round prosperity of South India, culturally and materialistically. He was the son of Tuluva Narasanayaka and after the death of his brother Vira Narasimha ascended the throne of Vijayanagara in 1509.

The Vijaynagar Kingdom rose to its highest peak of glory during the reign of Krishna Deva Raya. Not only he was an able administrator and a great warrior but he was also a scholar, a poet, a musician and a kind king. He was loved very much by his subjects and he even treated his enemies with honor. He won all the wars he had waged during his rule.

Date Of Issue:-27.01.2011.

Contributed By:- R.S. Shah, Junagadh