Russian Empire. 13th issue. 1902

The main difference between this issue and previous 1889 year set: the new stamps were printed on the vertically laid paper. Technically it’s an additional printing, but the 10 year period between them allow us to set new catalog numbers for this issue.

Russian Empire ##58-66. 1902

# Value Description ** * used
58 1 kop. Typo, white vertically laid paper, harrow perf. 14¼:14½, orange 6 2 0.1
59 2 kop. Typo, white vertically laid paper, harrow perf. 14¼:14½, green 6 2 0.1
60 3 kop. Typo, white horizontally laid paper, harrow perf. 14¼:14½, rose 15 4 0.1
61 5 kop. Typo, white vertically laid paper, harrow perf. 14¼:14½, lilac 30 8 0.1
62 7 kop. Typo, white vertically laid paper, harrow perf. 14¼:14½, dark-blue 15 4 0.1
63 14 kop. Typo, white vertically laid paper, harrow perf. 14¼:14½, blue & rose 25 6 0.1
64 35 kop. Typo, white vertically laid paper, harrow perf. 14¼:14½, lilac & green 50 20 0.50
65 3 rub. 50 kop. Typo, white vertically laid paper, line perf. 13¼, black & gray 45 20 2
66 7 rub. Typo, white vertically laid paper, line perf. 13¼, black & yellow 20 4 2
Vertical laid watermark

Vertical laid watermark

Forgeries

Old dangerous forgeries printed on the perforated margins of genuine stamp sheets. Three perforation sides are genuine and last one is forged. Rare. Price starts from $100.

#65 forgery on genuine paper

#65 forgery on genuine paper