MNH = Mint Never Hinged, is a stamp that has no disturbance of the gum, from hinge or otherwise. NF = Nicholas Follansbee's catalogue. DP = David Pietsch cat value for Eagles.
Y/B = Yag Bash Catalogue of Stampless cancels (pre-1856). OOD = Out of District These are cancels used either as cancellation at place of sending or as receiver cancels. Only on cover is there positive proof of use.T-(numbers 1-10) = one of the ten relief types found on 1868 issues. T-with number ='type - number' on any items that needs separation of types including the Eagle Issue periods. Tipo = Types of Mexico, the 1868 issues that were printed from the original stones, used in a contemporary postal fraud during 1870-71. Sz = Schatzkes catalogue number for cancels used from 1856 to 1872 issues. Sch = Schimmer Catalogue number (state, office#/cancel #) 1874 -1900 issues.
District may be abbreviated, such as DGO = Durango, GDA = Guadalajara, GTO = Guanajuato, MAZ = Mazatlan, MEX DF = Mexico, OAX = Oaxaca, PUE = Puebla, QRO = Queretaro, SLP = San Louis Potosi, VCZ = Veracruz and ZAC = Zacatecas. I hope you find interesting items for your collections. Mepsi #2795, APS #198784, USPCS #4030, Western Cover Society #1423. The item "Vq32 Mexico #795A 15ctv with wmk 272 Mint Hinged Sc $325 VF Scarce Beauty" is in sale since Sunday, March 19, 2017.
This item is in the category "Stamps\Latin America\Mexico". The seller is "oobubba" and is located in Rancho Santa Margarita, California.This item can be shipped worldwide.