VERY FINE APPEARANCE. THIS IS THE UNIQUE USED EXAMPLE OF COLOMPHIL NO. 2A WITH THE INVERTED SURCHARGE.
Outside of this unique used copy, there are two unused examples recorded. A major Provisional Surcharge rarity. With 2004 Sismondo certificate
VERY FINE. THIS IS THE SOLE RECORDED EXAMPLE OF COLOMPHIL NO. 2B, THE DOUBLE SURCHARGE, ONE INVERTED - EITHER UNUSED, USED OR ON COVER. A REMARKABLE COLOMBIAN AIR POST SURCHARGE ERROR.
Illustrated in both Cruz-Bortfeldt on pg. 6 and Fletcher on pg. 86.
FINE APPEARANCE. ONLY TWO EXAMPLES ARE RECORDED OF COLOMPHIL NO. 2C SHOWING THE INVERTED "L" FOR "1". THIS AS THE UNIQUE UNUSED EXAMPLE.
The used example is on piece with Colomphil No. 10 and unsurcharged 50c (ex Johnson). Illustrated in both Cruz-Bortfeldt on pg. 7 and Fletcher on pg. 86.
VERY FINE. THIS IS THE ONLY KNOWN EXAMPLE OF COLOMPHIL NO. 2 COMPLETELY IMPERFORATE, EITHER UNUSED OR USED. A RARE AIR POST SURCHARGE VARIETY.
While illustrated and mentioned in Fletcher on pg. 87, this stamp remained unrecorded at the time of printing of the Cruz-Bortfeldt book. With 2006 Colomphil certificate.
FINE APPEARANCE. THIS IS THE ONLY RECORDED EXAMPLE WITH THE ADDITIONAL "3" HANDSTAMP ON COLOMPHIL NO. 2. A KEY STAMP TO COMPLETING THE PROVISIONAL SURCHARGES.
Theorized in both the Cruz-Bortfeldt and Fletcher books as a trial for the regularly issued "Valor 30 Centavos" surcharge. To date, no other examples have been accounted for. Ex Gebauer.
VERY FINE. ONE OF TWO UNUSED EXAMPLES RECORDED OF THE INVERTED SURCHARGE OF SCOTT NO. C18. A MAJOR RARITY.
This was the top example of a vertical pair that was subsequently separated. An item missing from even the most advanced Colombia Air Post collections. With 2009 Moorhouse certificate.