|14 june 1919 CMT (Pokutia/Kolomyya) Comandamentul Militar Teritorial Basic text about this issue|
|1. 40h on 5h||5|
|2. 60h on 15h||4500||12|
|3. 60h on 20h||16000||5190|
|4. 60h on 25h||3200|
|5. 60h on 30h||2600|
|6. 1k20h on 50h||2600||130|
|7. 1k20h on 60h||40|
|8. 1k20h on 1k||820|
|9. 40h on 5h||800||41|
|10. 1k20h on 25h (1910)||118||30|
|11. 1k20h on 25h (1916)||120|
|12. 1k20h on 30h||17|
|13. 1k20h on 50/24h||15||2|
40h on 10h internal postcard
external postcard (lacks Geramn & French text left of stamp die)
All other values are bogus. Glossy black overprint is bogus.
A certain D. Gronich brought 100 sheets of Austrian stamps in all values to Kolomyya in August 1919 and managed to get them cancelled there. He later overprinted these in Cernauti.
In september 1919 a couple of speculators managed to get hold of the original dies and cancelled a lot of unused Austrian stamps. After that the three dies were destroyed.
The overprint is said to be dark blue-black ink. Genuine items have been found with greyish blue-black ink. As for the black-violet or violet overprints, the case is not that clear.
In catalogues it is mentioned proof surcharges in blue or red. Normally overprint proofs are made on paper (see Romania 1918 overprint). These "proofs" are also made on some stamps that did not get overprinted and is not mentioned in the text of Mr Chernyavskyj.
|Some fun stuff: ( No authenticity
Philatelic letter w Romanian stamps 27 may 1919 front back
Philatelic letter 10 august front
Internal postcard 40h/10 w an added 1k20h probably fake
A selection probably bogus (at least 3 first)
Delatyn, Horodenka, Kolomyya, Lanczyn, Sniatyn, Obertyn, Peczenisyn, Zablotov
"Notes on the CMT stamps issued during the Romanian occupation of Pokutia" by Ivan Chernyavskyj
with editorial comments The journal of the ROSSICA SOCIETY of RUSSIAN PHILATELY No 75 1968