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2013 Scott Specialized
Several important editorial enhancements have been made in the 2013 edition of the U.S. Specialized. Also more than 7,800 value changes were recorded.
For the first time, Scott recognizes the I grills from the 1870-71 Bank Note issues (Scott 134-144) as new major catalogue numbers. These new listings appear in their own section immediately following Scott 144.
In a special feature article, respected Bank Note expert Ronald A. Burns explains the history behind the initial grouping of the H and I grills.
The second major editorial advance in the 2013 U.S. Specialized catalogue is the introduction of a new section dealing with postal counterfeits, specifically stamps and postal stationery items fraudulently produced to defraud the U.S. Post Office Department/U.S. Postal Service of revenue. This section was put together with the assistance of Linns Stamp News U.S. Notes columnist John M. Hotchner and fellow counterfeit collectors Richard Drews, Kurt and Joann Lenz, and Howard
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Scott Postal Stamp Catalogues
Here is the complete listing for the new Scott Postal Stamp Catalogues. Each loaded with lots of information and in Full-Color.
Contains the UNITED STATES, UNITED NATIONS and the A-B countries of the World. Almost 12,000 value changes are recorded in Volume 1, with more than 2,600 of these changes seen in the United States and United Nations listings. In the U.S. Postage section, there are scattered changes, both up and down. There were 1,200 changes for the U.N listings, with a significant number of increases concentrated among modern issues. Other countries with significant value activity include the Bahamas, Benin and Bermuda.
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2016 Scott Vol. 1 US and A-B Countries
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2014 Scott Specialized
The 2014 edition of the Scott Specialized Catalogue of United States Stamps and Covers features more the 7,700 value changes and a host of important editorial enhancements. One of the most important additions is the new symbol incorporated in the listings that identifies modern U.S. self-adhesive stamps that are difficult to soak.
Several new listing have been added, including expanded on-cover values for the Presidential definitive series and the 1954-73 Liberty definitive series. A handful of new error listings also appear including the color-omitted Jim Thorpe issue, Scott 2089a.
Numerous enhancements also have been made in many of the back-of-the-book sections.
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2017 Scott Specialized
 The Scott Specialized Catalogue of United States Stamps & Covers is the essential reference work for collectors of United States postage stamps and covers. The catalogue also includes listings for postal stationery, revenue stamps, hunting permit (duck) stamps, essays, trial color, die and plate proofs, Confederate States of America, U.S. possessions and territories and United Nations stamps.
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Contains the UNITED STATES, UNITED NATIONS and the A-B countries of the World. Almost 12,000 value changes are recorded in Volume 1, with more than 2,600 of these changes seen in the United States and United Nations listings. In the U.S. Postage section, there are scattered changes, both up and down. There were 1,200 changes for the U.N listings, with a significant number of increases concentrated among modern issues. Other countries with significant value activity include the Bahamas, Benin and Bermuda.
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2015 Scott Vol. 1 US and A-B Countries
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Slightly more value changes (1,022) were made in United States for Vol. 1A of the 2018 Scott Standard catalog than were made last year (783), with greater numbers of changes made in all categories from Postage through Stamped Envelopes (cut squares). Once again, there are few changes in the Postage areas through No. 771. Dealers have not raised prices, and at auction, true very fine stamps are realizing prices close to Scott values, with higher grades realizing more. A few items show slight value declines, and a very few show increases.
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2018 Scott Vol. 1 US and A-B Countries
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Contains the UNITED STATES, UNITED NATIONS and the A-B countries of the World. Some 16,000 value changes are recorded in Vol. 1 of the 2014 Scott Standard Postage Stamp Catalogue, which contains the United States, United Nations and countries of the world, A-B. U.S. market activity remains relatively flat, with a few spectacular increases. One of those impressive increases is the 3 1869 Locomotive stamp printed on both sides, the reverse impression inverted, Scott 114e, which jumps from $55,000 used in 2013 to $100,000. There are also substantial gains in Austria for never-hinged sets from the classic period. Overall, there were more than 3,500 value changes in Austria. Other Volume 1 countries with significant value changes include Antigua, Argentina, Australian States and Barbados
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2014 Scott Vol. 1 US and A-B Countries
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