Thousands of value changes were recorded in Volume 3 of the 2011 Scott Standard Postage Stamp Catalogue, which includes listings and values for Countries of the World G-I.
Ireland is the country with most value changes recorded with more than 3,600. Value increases in the stamps of Ireland are spread throughout the listings, and some are significant. The 1922 Provisional Government 2sh6p-10sh high-value overprints, Scott 36-38, show definite upward strength. Scott 36 moves to $325 unused, $550 mint never hinged and $450 used for 2011, from $200 unused, $400 mint never hinged and $325 used in last year’s Volume 3.
Other countries with significant changes include Ghana, Gibraltar, Greece, Grenada, Hungary, India, Iran and Iraq.
Editorial enhancements include the addition of new lettered minor varieties in 21 countries and the appearance of several new major numbers for Guadeloupe and the Feudatory States of India.