A short comment to the current auction at Raritan. The Armenian stuff looks quite good. The got some interesting items. For example that one:
This is one of the more difficult overprints. If the basic features (stamp itself) are ok, it is necessary to check with a lot of cancelled items due to the fact that there are several sizes of the “10” and also variations in the ink used. This items features a different type of “10” (which looks kinda wrong) together with three of the “usual” genuine looking impressions. This makes me curious.
While the basic stamp is genuine, the overprint is one of the common forgeries.