Belgium stamps

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#172-5

#176-9

#180-4  

Scott: #172-184O

Issued: 1.6.1925

75th Anniversary of 1st Belgian Stamps

#1

Inside #172-184: Belgium Type A1P


#386#387#388#389

Scott: #386-9O

Issued: 1.7.1949

Centenary, Belgian Stamps

#1 Inside #386-9: Belgium Type A1P


1947

Scott: N/AO

Not listed - footnoted under #2

Issued: 17.10.1949

Centenary of the first stamp sheet (BEPITEC 1949)

#1 a #5 #2 a

Inside: Belgium #3O, #5O & #4O


#555a

Scott: #555O

Issued: 1.10.1960

Youth Stamp-collecting

Inside #555: Stamp Collecting


#592

Scott: #592P

Issued: 7.5.1963

Centenary, First International Postal Conference

#13 Inside #592: Belgium #13P


#628

Scott: #628O

Issued: 27.3.1965

Youth Stamp collecting - Sir Rownald Hill as Philatelist

Inside #628: Stamp Collecting


#638-9 a

Scott: #638-9O

Issued: 13.11.1965

King Leopold I Death Centenary

#20 Inside #638: Belgium #20P

#22 Inside #639: Belgium #22O


#659

Scott: #659P

Issued: 23.12.1965

80th Birthday Queen Elisabeth

#B589 Inside #659: Belgium Type SP305 (#B589)O


#B789#B790

Scott: #B789-790P

Issued: 16.4.1966

Queen Elisabeth

#B199b-SP74 Inside #B789: Belgium Type SP74 (PIC OF#B199b)O

#b240 Inside #B789: Belgium #B240O

#B111-SP42 Inside #B790: Belgium Type SP42 (PIC OF#B111)O

#b588 Inside #B790: Belgium SP304 (PIC OF#B588)O


#704

Scott: #704O

Issued: 13.4.1968

Centenary, Malines Stamp Printery

#24 Inside #704: Belgium #24P


1968

Scott: #????O

Issued: ??.??.1968

#b47 Inside #???: Belgium #B47O


#727

Scott: #727P(B)

Issued: 11.10.1969

National War Veterans Aid Organization

#B52 Inside #727: Belgium #B52O


#739

Scott: #739P

Issued: 4.4.1970

Youth Stamp Day

Inside #739: Stamp on Envelope


#B863

Scott: #B863P

Issued: 10.10.1970

BELGICA '72

#31 Inside #B863a: Belgium #31O

#36 Inside #B863b: Belgium #36O

#39 Inside #B863c: Belgium #39O

#B863a-c

Scott: # B863a-c


#B883-B891

Scott: # B883-91P

Issued: 24.6.1972

BELGICA '72

#1 a Inside #B883: Belgium #1P

#5 Inside #B884: Belgium #5O

#45 Inside #B885: Belgium #45O

#48 Inside #B886: Belgium #48O

#135 Inside #B887: Belgium #135O

#214 Inside #B888: Belgium #214O

#235 Inside #B889: Belgium #231O

#301 Inside #B890: Belgium #301O

#752 Inside #B891: Belgium #752O


#858

Scott: #858P

Issued: 13.10.1973

50th Anniversary, Belgian Stamp Dealers' Association

Inside #858: Pseudo Stamp


#912

Scott: #912P

Issued: 15.2.1975

THEMABELGA, 1975

Inside #912: Pseudo Stamp


#B933

 

 

 

Scott: #B931-6O

Issued: 13.12.1975

ThemaBelga, 1st International Fair

of Thematic Stamp-Collecting

Inside # B931-6: Pseudo Stamps

(Pic of #B933)


#1000

Scott: #1000O

Issued: 15.10.1977

Youth Philately

Inside #1000: Stamp Collecting


#1012

Scott: #1012P

Issued: 15.4.1978

Stamp Day

#39 Inside #1012: Belgium #39O


#1022

Scott: #1022O

Issued: 14.10.1978

Youth Philately

Inside #1022: Stamp Collecting


#1030

Scott: #1030P

Issued: 21.4.1979

Stamp Day

#Q2 Inside #1030: Belgium #Q2O

TRAINS on Railway Parcel Stamps and Railway Letter Stamps of the World

http://alphabetilately.com/TOC/parcels.html

Why All Railway Parcel Stamps (including Belgium's) are Cinderellas

http://alphabetilately.com/TOC/RAILWAY-MAIL.html


#1036

Scott: #1036P

Issued: 20.9.1979

Youth Philately

Inside #1036: Stamp Collecting


#1051

Scott: #1051P

Issued: 21.4.1980

Stamp Day

#C4 #C5

 Inside #1051: Belgium #C4P OR #C5O


#1071

Scott: #1071O

Issued: 18.5.1981

Stamp Day

Inside #1071: Pseudo Stamp


Scan not available 
Scott: #1159O

Issued: 21.12.1983

Leopold III Memorial

#295 Inside #1159: like Belgium A84 (Pic of #295P)


#1171

Scott: #1171O

Issued: 19.5.1984

Stamp Day

 #52 Inside #1171: Belgium #52P


Scott: #1193P

Issued: 22.4.1985

Stamp Day

Inside #1193: Stamp Engraving

 


#1236

Scott: #1236P

Issued: 27.1.1986

Centenary, Belgian Congo Stamps

#3 Inside #1236: Belgian Congo #3O

http://users.skynet.be/chst/18860701.htm


#1280

Scott: #1280O

Issued: 3.10.1987

Youth Philately

Inside #1280: Pseudo Stamp


#1301

Scott: #1301P

Issued: 10.10.1988

Youth Philately

Inside #1301: Pseudo Stamp


#1328

Scott: #1328O

Issued: 9.10.1989

Youth Philately

Inside #1328: Pseudo Stamp


Scott: #1346 SSO

Issued: 2.6.1990

BELGICA '90

Inside #1346: Emblem in Margin

(Thanks to Zhang for the scan)


Non-postal S/S – BELGICA '90

Inside: Belgium #45 and #1364

Thanks to Lloyd Gilbert


#1421a

Scott: #1421aP

Issued: 14.10.1991

Youth Philately

Inside #1421a: Stamps on Envelopes

Blake and Mortimer (Blake et Mortimer) by Edgar P. Jacobs
Cori the Ship Boy (Corentin) by Bob De Moor
Cities of the Fantastic (Les Cités Obscures) by François Schuiten
Boule and Bill (Boule et Bill) by Jean Roba


Scott: #1448O

Issued: 13.4.1992

Stamp Day

Inside #1448: Stamp Engraving

Thanks to G.B.


#1468

Scott: #1468P

Issued: 12.10.1992

Youth Philately

Inside #1468: Stamp on Envelope


#1482

Scott: #1482P

Issued: 5.4.1993

Stamp Day

  Inside #1482: Belgium #74P

Thanks to Sergei Divid for the scan


#1502
Scott: #1502O

Issued: 17.8.1993

Death of King Baudoin

 Inside #1502: like Belgium #1364O


#1546

Scott: #1546P

Issued: 11.4.1994

Stamp Day

Inside #1546: Belgium #102O


#1566
Scott: #1566O

Issued: 10.10.1994

Youth Philately

Inside #1566: Stamp on Envelope


#1603

Scott: #1603O

Issued: 1.4.1996

Stamp Day

Inside #1603: Designs of Earlier Stamps in Background


#1646a

Scott: #1646O

Issued: 7.4.1997

Constant Spinoy (1924-93) Stamp Engraver

Inside #1646: Stamp Engraving


#1690
Scott: #1690O

Issued: 20.4.1998

75th Anniversary, Belgian Stamp Dealers Association

Inside #1690: Pseudo Stamp


1999

Scott: #1736-7O

Issued: 24.4.1999

150th Anniversary of Belgian Stamps

#1-2 Inside #1736-7: Belgium #1O, #2O


#1779

Scott: #1779O

Issued: 6.12.1999

20th Century

 

#281 Inside #1779q: Belgium #281P

Reproduces a postal card mailed in 1949 with a Belgium Scott Type A82 / Coat of Arms stamp. 

 Lou wrote: I have not been able to ID this stamp, but not for trying. There are several stamps of this type with shades of purple which it could be so I thought if I had the rate I could figure out the stamp.  I researched Belgian postal rates, and according to one source, from 1945 to late 1949, the rate for a postal card (with imprinted stamp) was 1 Fr, but the only stamp with that value is brown.  I have also seen mention that during this period, postal rates were reduced by 10% and late in 1949 overprinted with reduced values, were issued, so it is possible that 90c is the right rate, but I can't confirm it. There is a 90c stamp close to the color and I guess that would be a good a choice as any to illustrate the Type (Sc #281).

 

Inside #1779t: TBI

Lou wrote: I spent hours on in the catalogs and sites. It honors Philately and I was sure the little torn bits were parts of Belgian stamps, but I was never able to ID one, but you do have perforations inside a stamp, symbolic?

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Scott: #1803O

Issued: 3.4.2000

Postal system in Europe, 500th anniv., Belgica 2001 Stamp Exhibition.

Inside #1803: Pseudo Stamp

Scott: #1826O

Issued: 4.9.2000


#1852

Scott: #1852O

Issued: 9.6.2001

BELGICA 2001 Exhibition

#2 Inside #1852: Belgium #2O


#1998

Scott: #1998O

Issued: 16.2.2004

This is Belgium

Inside #1999h: Jacques Stibbe, philatelist- Pseudo stamp with logo

Thanks to G.B.


#1999

Scott: #1999O

Issued: 16.2.2004

Stamp Day

Inside #1999: Pseudo Stamp

Thanks to G.B.


#2005d

Scott: #2005dO

Issued: 19.4.2004

European Union

2004 Inside #2005d: Belgium #2004O


2005B

Scott: #2064O

Issued: 21.3.2005

Belgica 2006

Inside #2064: Pseudo Stamp

Thanks to G.B.


2005A

Scott: #????O

Issued: 31.10.2005

Christmas and New Year

Inside #????: Stamp on Envelope


2006A1%232147

Scott: #2146-7O

Issued: 12.5.2006

Belgica 2006

Inside #2146-7: Pseudo Stamp


2006C

Scott: #2165O

Issued: 16.11.2006

Belgica 2006

Inside #2165: Pseudo Stamp

Thanks to G.B.


2006B1

Scott: #2166O

Issued: 16.11.2006

Belgica 2006

Inside #2166: Pseudo Stamp

2006B

Thanks to G.B.


2008A1 2008A

Scott: #2296O, #2297O

Issued: 19.5.2008

Europa – The Letter

%232331 Inside #2296 & #2297: Belgium #2331O

Scan not available

Scott:#2297aO

Booklet pane of 10


2008B

Scott: #2317O

Issued: 27.9.2008

Stamp Festival - 50 years of thematic philately in Belgium

Inside #2317: Pseudo Stamp


2008B

Scott: #2326O

Issued: 27.9.2008

The Smurfs - 50th Anniversary of the Smurfs

Inside #2326: Stamp on envelope

http://www.belgianstamps.eu/BELGIUM/BP/Booklet95.jpeg 

Scott: #2329aO


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Scott: #2336O

Issued: 18.10.2008

100th Anniversary - Belgian Congo (1908-2008)

%2337 Inside #2336: Belgian Congo #37O


2009

Scott: #2353O

Issued: 9.3.2009

Stamp Festival

Inside #2353: Pseudo Stamp


 2009A

Scott: #B1179O

Issued: 31.10.2009

Promotion of Belgium philately

#139a Inside #B1179: Belgium #139aO

2009A1

Thanks to Martin Hirschbühl and Lou Guadagno

Belgium #139a, 1920 65c Town Hall at Termonde, Center Inverted: The stamps went on sale August 5 (1920) as planned. Eight days later, a clerk at the Ghent Central Post Office began breaking up a sheet in the normal manner to sell individual stamps to customers. Nine stamps from this sheet were sold to a hotel bellhop. Several other customers purchased the 65c stamps and affixed them to letters. Then Hye de Crom purchased one of the Termonde stamps. He noticed something unusual about it. The Town Hall was upside down. The clerk had been selling stamps from a sheet with inverted centers without realizing it. Knowing the potential value of these major errors, de Crom returned to the window to buy more stamps from the sheet. He succeeded in purchasing 16 inverts in all - the last three rows of the sheet and a copy from the first row. The other copies of this remarkable error probably were used on mail and later destroyed (Linn's Philatelic Gems 2).

 

Inside #B1179 (In Margin): Top

 

#2

Belgium #2 (X6)

 

Belgian Congo/ Congo Free State #22

 

Netherlands #2 (X2)

Belgium #8 (X2)

Belgium #7

Belgium #7

Belgium #6

 

Belgium #22 (X7)

 

The Congo Free State # 22 stamp has a rare Lado Enclave manuscript cancel and

a Anglo-Egyptian Sudan White-Nile Traveling Post Office (riverboat) receiving postmark, both dated June 1, 1906.

Thanks to Lou Guadagno

 

Inside #B1179 (In Margin): middle

 

Belgium #22

Belgium #16

Belgium #14

 

 

 

 

Belgium #2 bisect

Belgium #12

Belgium #15

Belgium #13 (X5)

Thanks to Lou Guadagno

 

Inside #B1179 (In Margin): bottom

 

 

 

Belgium #21

Belgium #22 (X2)

 

 

 

Belgium #Q58

 

Belgium #1

Belgium #Q32

(parcel post-railway stamps)

 

Belgium #20

Belgium #Q58 is a rare stamp-- only 750 overprinted stamps were produced according to the COB specialized Belgian catalog.

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


2010

Scott: #2414O

Issued: 16.01.2010

Antverpia 2010 Exhibition

 Inside #2414: Belgium #2414e & #2414fO

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


http://www.wnsstamps.ch/stamps/2010/BE/BE032.10-250.jpg 

Scott: #2435O

Issued: 15.04.2010

Antverpia 2010 (II)/ Compilation

Inside #2435: Pseudo Stamp

http://www.wnsstamps.ch/stamps/2010/BE/BE032MS.10.jpg

Inside #2435 (Left margin):

Belgium #2363a

Belgium #2363c

Belgium #2291a

Belgium #2291e

The letter reproduced in the margin of #2435 is actually a fuller version of the letter portion in Belgium #2363e

Inside #2435 (right margin):

Belgium #2414f

Belgium #2414e

Belgium #2291d

Belgium #2414c

Belgium #2414b

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


belgium           sheetlet 3 23 15

Scott: #????O

Issued: 23.03.2015

The Great War 1915

sos belgium 114  1915 Inside #???? (monotone in enlargement of cover in background): Belgium #114

Lou wrote: There are dozens and dozens of these sos issues with softened reproductions of the stamp added to the designs. Sometimes they're monotones like this one, and sometimes they're in light pastels of the actual colors. I've been trying to come up with a name for them--"faded image","ghost image", "paled image" "bleached image", for instance.  For now, I am leaning toward "faint image" or "paled image". 

"Ghost image" was my early name choice, but after some research, I found that the term is actually used for accidental duplicate printings with a lightly inked or almost dry plate--and, since I have several examples of such in my sos collection. I am reserving that title for those. 

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Best website related:

WORLD OF BELGIAN STAMPS

http://www.m-brella.be/stamps/belgianstamps.html

BELGIUM STAMPS

http://meltingpot.fortunecity.com/chad/389/index.htm

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