Stamps (Philately)/Scott UX27


You've told others that this card has little value.  But what about UX27C and UX27D?  Where can I find details on how to distinguish these from run of the mill card?

Hello Phillip,

Thanks for your question.

To determine if the card you have is UX27c or UX27D, your best bet would be to have the card professionally authenticated.  There are many professional companies that will (for a nominal fee) assign an identification for your item.   Many of these companies advertise in a philatelic periodical called LINNS, which can be found at your local library.

Thanks again for your question and let me know if I can be of any more help.


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Terry Tipton


I have been involved in philately for most of my 56 years. I specialize in United States Issues and Postmarks. I have numerous reference sources to research if I do not know the answer. I am organized and promise swift courteous answers. I am a member of the American Philatelic Society. I also have my own philatelic mail order business.


As I mentioned, I have been collecting philatelic items for most of my 56 years. I have several albums of United States issues (most of them are pages I designed myself) and I also have numerous albums of postmarks sorted and researchhed by state.

American Philatelic Society, All Nations Stamp Club and Harford County Stamp Club

Linn's, All Nations Stamp Club Website, and local Newspaper

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Board of Directors for Christmas in April 1990-1996

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