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5 k brown 15 k blue 35 k brown 70 k yellow
Normally, these stamps are imperforated, but large amount of perforated stamps ended up in collectors hands.
I have seen forgeries of the 35 k value made by Jaan Lubi in 1930. I have no further information on the distinghuishing characteristics of these forgeries.
5 p orange (as 10 p) 10 p green (value) 15 p red (sun) 35 p blue (seagulls) 70 p violet (seagulls) 1 M blue and black (viking ship) 5 M yellow and black (viking ship) 15 M green and violet (viking ship) 25 M blue and brown (viking ship)
I have seen forgeries of the 70 p value made by Jaan Lubi in 1930. I have no further information on the distinghuishing characteristics of these forgeries.
25 p green 25 p yellow 35 p red 50 p green 1 M red 2 M blue 2.50 M blue
5 m black, yellow and grey
(1928 issue, three lions)
(Airmail stamp of 1924)
I have no idea what the following stamps are, the inscription is 'Eesti Post Virumaa':
I have seen stamps of the 1919 issue of Estonia overprinted with 'BALTISKI' in various colours and styles. I have no further information on these stamps.
Stamps of Russia, overprinted 'Eesti Post' in violet or black, example:
The origin of these stamps is 'dubious'. The values 1 k orange, 2 k green, 3 k red, 5 k lilac, 10 k blue, 10 k on 7 k blue, 15 k brown and blue, 25 k green and violet, 35 k brown and green, 50 k violet and green, 1 R brown and orange and 10 R red, yellow and grey exist perforated. The values 1 k orange, 2 k green, 3 k red, . The values 1 k orange, 2 k green, 3 k red, 1 R brown and orange, 3 1/2 R brown and green and 5 R blue and green exist imperforated. These overprints are rare to extremely rare. Forged overprints exist.
I have seen many fiscal stamps 'EESTI TEMPELMARK' in many different designs, example: