First Issue Forged Cancels

If the cancellation does not match one of the examples on the "First Issue Cancels page and is without a written certificate you can bet it is a forgery. Here are a few examples from the parade of forged cancellations:

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-Album Weeds in Billig's Philatelic Handbook 1954 pps. 153-156.
-Anderson Catalog of Honduran Cancels. by Craig Anderson © 2016.
-Anderson Catalog of Classic Honduran Stamps. by Craig Anderson © 2013.
-1865 Coat of Arms Forgeries in Focus on Forgeries by Tyler, 1993 pps 58-59.
-First Stamps of the Republic of Honduras in Griebert's Philatelic Notes and Offers, November 1915 pps. 152-153.
-Forged Stamps of all Countries ed. J. Dorn, London 1935.
-Gee-Ma Forgeries from Robson Lowe, 1980.
-Honduras First Issues..are they Genuine? Stamp-Collector's Magazine, April 1870 p.59 and p.61.
-Honduras Report by Richard Washburn from The Oxcart, fall 1990.
-Honduras Report by Richard Washburn from The Oxcart, winter 1990.
-Lang-Valchs, Gerhard The Spanish forger Placido Ramon de Torres:.. in
fil-ITALIA, Summer 2018 pps 107-118.
-Postal History to 1877 Part 10 by Irving Green in Collector's Club Philatelist, January 1967 pps. 29-51.
-Serrane Guide to Stamp Forgeries of the World to 1926 by F. Serrane, 1998 p. 172.
-Spud Papers 1977 reprints p. 121 and p. 122.
-Stamp Lover October 1911 p. 78 and December 2017 pps 173-176.
-Yucatan Affair from APS, 1980.