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Promoted item:7 ASSORTED WOOD MOUNT 1 1/2" RUBBER STAMPS CAT DOG DAISY IRISH IT'S A BOY BABY

7 ASSORTED WOOD MOUNT 1 1/2" RUBBER STAMPS CAT DOG DAISY IRISH IT'S A BOY BABY

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About Irish Stamp

Ireland's provisional government took control of the national post office in 1922, and quickly went about selling overprints and stamps to its citizens. Perhaps the most well-known of these overprints was entitled ''Rialtas Sealadac na hEireann 1922.'' The two major national Irish printers, Dollard and Thom, went to great lengths to standardize their stamp outputs.In June and August of 1922, an English company, Harrison & Co., was hired to assist the Irish government with its stamp orders. While Dollard produced a series of stamps ranging in value from 1/2d to 10d, Harrison & Co. overprinted stamps of small denominations. You can tell the Harrison & Co. versions apart from the Thom printings because the Harrison stamps are slightly larger in dimension.It took the Irish government several years to gain complete control over the country's civil institutions. Even today, the English and Irish postal systems remain somewhat integrated. Many in Northern Ireland, who were unwilling to compromise like the southern Irish Protestants, have attempted to organize ad hoc postal systems. However, without effective civilian control, these rebels have had a difficult time mobilizing their efforts.Pristine or near-mint condition proofs of these 1922 Irish stamps are highly prized. Particularly if you can get ahold of a ''seahorse'' stamp, which was produced in very measured quantities during the initial runs of 1922, you should get a good price at auction. To check for counterfeiting, you should either do a chemical analysis or solicit the opinions of at least two experts.