The Blacklist continues to surprise with its latest episode titled “The Sicilian Error of Color,” featuring an unexpected protagonist – an inanimate object. In this James Spader’s character, Red, holds a garage sale to unload the precious antiques he has amassed over the years. The horns of the Miura bull Islero, a Betsy Ross flag, an Imhotep tomb gaming board, the original papyri of Sappho’s Tithonus poem, an antique Tiffany lamp, Captain Louis Edward Nolan’s sword, the soccer ball off which Pele scored the first goal in the 1970 World Cup, and the Sicilian Error of Color stamp are among the items up for auction. Throughout the years, The Blacklist has showcased a wide array of diverse characters. However, never before have we witnessed an episode where an inanimate object takes center stage. Fans are eager to know in the latest episode 13 of In The Blacklist season 10 “The Sicilian Error of Color” is the Real Stamp? Let’s find out here (tvacute)
In The Blacklist “The Sicilian Error of Color” is the Real Stamp?
In “The Sicilian Error of Color,” the episode of the Blacklist draws inspiration from a true story. It resulted in a fitting title. This historical moment in philately is a fascinating subject to explore. It features brand new and displays a side profile of a bearded man. The bearded man on the Sicilian Error of Color Crypto Stamp-1859 appears to be speaking a coded message. The mishap caused the stamp to be produced in a different color. On June 10th, 2011, the stamp fetched €1.8 million at auction in Basel, which is equivalent to almost $2.6 million. The Sicilian Error of Color is now only known to exist in two copies. Most critically, the stamp is still in pristine shape despite its advanced age.
In the year 1859, Italy saw the printing of one of the most uncommon stamps. In 2011, the second most expensive stamp in the world was a Sicilian “error of colour” from 1859. Only two copies of the 1859 Sicilian Error of Color are known to exist since they were printed in blue instead of orange. Since the stamp is so rare, not much is known about it, although it fetched €1.8 million ($2 million) when one was sold in 2011. The exhibition in Manchester Philatelic showcased the presentation of these works four decades after their creation. It was supposedly in pristine shape. The separation of the items in question was a poignant moment, and their subsequent appearances in auctions over the years have kept audiences captivated, with the latest sighting as recent as 2011.
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