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United States of America 1870

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1875 →

15 July 1870: all Confederate states were readmitted to Congress. The North-Western Territory was transferred by the United Kingdom to Canada, thus transferring its portion of the Alaska boundary dispute.

The below stamps are known as the 1870-88 Large Banknote issues: Large because a smaller size issue followed these in 1890, Banknote because they were printed by 3 companies whose primary business was printing banknotes.
Each of these companies used a different paper.

  • The National Bank Note Company paper used a high quality white wove paper with a grayish tone to it (dirty dishwater gray). It is characterized by an even weave of not overly calendered cotton rag fiber. It was made from bleached cotton rags and recycled paper pulp. Held to the light, the weave exhibits none of the chunkyness of the later, and more highly calendered (shorter fibers), cotton rag fibers, straw inclusions, linen, and sometimes silk threads of the Continental Bank Note papers. They have 2 variations: one with a grill, the other without.
  • The hardwhite wove paper used on the labor intensive hand operated presses proved too brittle to withstand the rigors of the steam press process. To solve the problem, Steele tried using a machine made, continuous web, soft paper that was porous because it lacked seizing, the filler (usually starch), used to harden the paper and provide a smooth surface to print on. This resulted in the introduction of thick to medium soft porous paper in the printing of U.S. stamps. The resultant printings were unsatisfactory as the porous paper sucked up the ink and distributed it through capillary action to make a fuzzy image. This low cost paper was also made from cotton rags and old paper, with sometimes a little straw added. This extremely calendered paper, looks mottled (like modern newsprint) when held to the light. He began to add his own starch in an attempt to produce a printing surface which would produce an acceptable image; while trying to maintain enough flexibility to withstand the rigors of the steam press. The resultant paper is called Continental Intermediate paper. This paper is a hard paper with the mottled pattern of the soft papers. This paper is identified by holding the stamp up to the light and seeing a mottled pattern in the paper similar to what you see when you hold newsprint up to the light, yet retains the high pitched ping response characteristic of the hard papers when subjected to the snap test. The most accurate way to differentiate Continental Bank Note company stamps is by sound. Hold the stamp between the thumb and forefinger and snap it close to your ear. A high pitched reply is hard paper. A dull thud, "flop", or no sound, is soft paper.
  • When the plates were reused by American Bank Note Company a decade later, it carried Continental Bank Note Companys identification marks or secret marks that had distinguished its 1873 printings. On the 1-cent Franklin, the mark is the small horizontal dash in the largest of the pearls immediately to the left of the 1 at the bottom of the stamp. CBNCo most likely etched this mark on each stamp design in the plate using a small amount of acid. Continental Bank Note Company, along with other printing and engraving firms, had been consolidated into the American Bank Note Company in 1879. When ABNCo took over the contract to print U.S. stamps and acquired all printing plates held by CBNCo, it differentiated its printing of the 1-cent Franklin of the 1879 Issue by using soft, porous paper. CBNCo had used white wove paper.

The 1c stamp could have been used for some third-class mail, drop letters, or in combination with other denominations to fulfill larger rates. The mail rate for a postcard was one cent in 1879. The 1-cent Franklin (as a single use) could have paid the card rate or, in combination with other denominations, higher rates. Around 590 million stamps of the 1c Franklin were printed by American Bank Note Company.

The 2-cent Jackson stamp could have been used for to pay the two-cent local mail rate, or in combination with other denominations to fulfill larger rates.

Jean-Antoine Houdon's famous sculpture inspired the 3-cent Washington stamps engraved image. The stamp could have been used to pay the two-cent local mail rate; it could also have been used in combination with other denominations to fulfill larger rates.

The first-class domestic rate for a half-ounce letter was three cents in 1870. The 6-cent stamp of this issue was the easiest way to pay the double-weight first-class rate (or the half-ounce rates to many countries, including Great Britain and Canada until the five-cent U.P.U. rate was established in 1875).

With the exception of Benjamin Franklin, only those who had served as president had been honored on United States stamps prior to the 1870-1871 Issue. In order of ascending denominations, the first non-president to be honored was Edwin M. Stanton (1814-1869). Stanton served as Abraham Lincoln's attorney general and then as Secretary of War, a position he held into the Johnson administration. On December 20, 1869, President Grant appointed him to the United States Supreme Court. The 7-cent stamp honoring Stanton was the only stamp issued in 1871. Circumstances made it very useful as the stamp used to pay a full rate. In 1870, while the stamp was being designed, it was intended as the seven-cent direct mail rate to several European countries. In early 1871 the European-destination direct mail rate was reduced to six cents, making the Stanton 7-cent stamp effectively useless. Fortuitously, when the rate for mail sent through England into Prussian closed mails was set at seven cents, down from ten cents, the Stanton stamp became functional. Between 1872 and 1875, the 7-cent Stanton stamp paid an increasing number of single rates. The rate to Denmark was made seven cents in 1872, and in 1873 the rate to Hungary and Luxembourg was the made the same. With the adoption of the Universal Postal Union standard international single-weight rate of five cents in 1875, the Stanton stamp was no longer available.

In summer 1873 the Continental Bank Note Company produced two stamps of Thomas Jefferson, one in old age and one in his prime, and both printed in identical brown ink. The stamp was primarily used in combination with other denominations to fulfill expensive rates. Over its years of use, the 10-cent stamp paid various postal rates: from 1873 onward it paid the ten-cent registered mail fee and the Universal Postal Union single-weight five-cent rate to any country.

Harts famous sculpture of Henry Clay inspired the engraving for the 12-cent stamp. The stamp was used primarily in combination with other denominations to fulfill expensive rates.

The 15-cent stamp design what was considered by all the most realistic neoclassical depiction of Daniel Webster, the marble bust by sculptor Shobal Vail Clevenger. The stamp could have paid the fifteen-cent registered mail fee or the single-weight fee to South Africa or, in combination with other denominations, more expensive rates.

John Coffees sculpture of general Scott was the basis for the 24-cent stamp engraving. The stamp was mostly used in combination with other denominations on cover to fulfill expensive postal rates.

Italian sculptor Giuseppe Ceracchi executed many busts of prominent Americans during the time of the Constitutional Convention. The National Bank Note Company chose Ceracchis bust of Hamilton for the 30-cent stamp. The Hamilton stamp was used primarily in combination with other denominations to fulfill expensive postal rates.

The 90-cent stamp depicts Commodore Oliver Perry. The stamp was used primarily in combination with other denominations on cover to fulfill expensive postal rates.

In 1875, Post Office Department officials decided to exhibit samples of all previously issued stamps at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia the following year. Since this required a special printing, the department ordered extra copies for sale to stamp collectors.

In 1882 the inland letter rate was reduced from 3 to 2c and, as Washington had been associated for many years with the stamp which franked the internal correspondence it was decided to transfer his profile from the 3c to the 2c value. Accordingly, a new design was prepared, for the 2 cents bearing his bust and Jackson, dethroned from the 2 cents, was given a place on the new 4 cents value.

1870

1870001
have:
1870001: ONE 1 CENT - Large Bank Note Issues - Benjamin Franklin
have:
1870001-p : precancel Glastonbury, CT (1870) precancelled stamp
have:
1870001-T1 : H Grill: about 10x12mm (11-13 ponts wide by 14 to 16 points, but often faint or incomplete), White wove paper, thin to medium thick: National Bank Note, no secret mark (1870)
have:
1870001-t2 : no grill, White wove paper, thin to medium thick: National Bank Note, no secret mark (1870)
have:
1870001-t3 : 1873 Continental Bank Note Co issue: White wove paper, thin to thick, new shade and/or secret mark, In the pearl directly left of the 1 you see a small crescent (1873)
have:
1870001-t4 : Special Continental Bank Note Co. Printing of the 1873 Issue: Hard, White Wove Paper without gum, new shade, 35 to 40 known copies (1873) quasi postal
have:
1870001-t5 : Soft porous paper, with secret mark, printed by the American Bank Note Company (1879)
have:
1870001-t6 : Special Printing of the 1879 Issue: Soft Porous Paper Without Gum, printed by the American Bank Note Company, 25 known copies (1880) quasi postal
have:
1870001-t7 : American Bank Note Company, re-engraved, so-called soft porous paper: medium to thick mottled paper with a yellowish hue, Upper background appears solid. Lines of shading added to the upper arabesques. Color can vary from almost blue to almost gray. 3,400,000,000 issued (1881)
1870002
have:
1870002: TWO 2 CENTS - Large Bank Note Issues - Andrew Jackson
have:
1870002-T1 : H Grill: about 10x12mm (11-13 ponts wide by 14 to 16 points, but often faint or incomplete), White wove paper, thin to medium thick: National Bank Note, no secret mark (1870)
have:
1870002-t2 : no grill, White wove paper, thin to medium thick: National Bank Note, no secret mark (1870)
have:
1870002-t3 : 1873 Continental Bank Note Co issue: White wove paper, thin to thick, new shade and/or secret mark, Just above the U of U.S., under the scroll there is faint diagonal line (difficult to spot, and often not even transferred to the print) and mainly the brown colour (not red-brown). (1873)
have:
1870002-t4 : Special Continental Bank Note Co. Printing of the 1873 Issue: Hard, White Wove Paper without gum, new shade, 55 known copies (1873) quasi postal
have:
1870002-t6 : Special Printing of the 1879 Issue: Soft Porous Paper Without Gum, printed by the American Bank Note Company, Less than 47 known copies (1880) quasi postal
1870003
have:
1870003: THREE 3 CENTS - Large Bank Note Issues - George Washington
have:
1870003-T1 : H Grill: about 10x12mm (11-13 ponts wide by 14 to 16 points, but often faint or incomplete), White wove paper, thin to medium thick: National Bank Note, no secret mark (1870)
have:
1870003-t2 : no grill, White wove paper, thin to medium thick: National Bank Note, no secret mark (1870)
have:
1870003-t3 : 1873 Continental Bank Note Co issue: White wove paper, thin to thick, new shade and/or secret mark, heavy shading along the lower white borderline of the larger ribbon below RE in THREE - and not the simple, crisp white outline from the 1870 prints (1873)
have:
1870003-t4 : Special Continental Bank Note Co. Printing of the 1873 Issue: Hard, White Wove Paper without gum, new shade, 35 known copies (1873) quasi postal
have:
1870003-t5 : Soft porous paper, with secret mark, printed by the American Bank Note Company (1878)
have:
1870003-t6 : Special Printing of the 1879 Issue: Soft Porous Paper Without Gum, printed by the American Bank Note Company, 14 known copies (1880) quasi postal
have:
1870003-t7 : American Bank Note Company, re-engraved, so-called soft porous paper: medium to thick mottled paper with a yellowish hue, A darker horizontal line below the TS of CENTS, 1,500,000,000 issued, Generaly poorly centered (1881)
1870004
have:
1870004: SIX 6 CENTS - Large Bank Note Issues - Abraham Lincoln
have:
1870004-T1 : H Grill: about 10x12mm (11-13 ponts wide by 14 to 16 points, but often faint or incomplete), White wove paper, thin to medium thick: National Bank Note, no secret mark (1870)
have:
1870004-t2 : no grill, White wove paper, thin to medium thick: National Bank Note, no secret mark (1870)
have:
1870004-t3 : 1873 Continental Bank Note Co issue: White wove paper, thin to thick, new shade and/or secret mark, dull pink color (not carmine), and a secret mark: 4 heavy shaded lines bottom left (1873)
have:
1870004-t4 : Special Continental Bank Note Co. Printing of the 1873 Issue: Hard, White Wove Paper without gum, new shade, 33 known copies (1873) quasi postal
have:
1870004-t6 : Special Printing of the 1879 Issue: Soft Porous Paper Without Gum, printed by the American Bank Note Company, 26 known copies (1880) quasi postal
have:
1870004-t7 : American Bank Note Company, re-engraved, so-called soft porous paper: medium to thick mottled paper with a yellowish hue, rose, only 3 (not 4) vertical lines between edge of the panel and outside of the stamp left and right, 11,000,000 issued, Generaly poorly centered (1882)
have:
1870004-t7b : American Bank Note Company, re-engraved, so-called soft porous paper: medium to thick mottled paper with a yellowish hue, brown-red, only 3 (not 4) vertical lines between edge of the panel and outside of the stamp left and right, 11,000,000 issued, Generaly poorly centered (1882)
1870005
have:
1870005: SEVEN 7 CENTS - Large Bank Note Issues - Edwin Stanton
have:
1870005-T1 : H Grill: about 10x12mm (11-13 ponts wide by 14 to 16 points, but often faint or incomplete), White wove paper, thin to medium thick: National Bank Note, no secret mark (1871)
have:
1870005-t2 : no grill, White wove paper, thin to medium thick: National Bank Note, no secret mark (1871)
have:
1870005-t3 : 1873 Continental Bank Note Co issue: White wove paper, thin to thick, new shade and/or secret mark, Orange vermilion (not vermilion), with secret mark easily found two semi-circles around the bends in the bottom right loop. (1873)
have:
1870005-t4 : Special Continental Bank Note Co. Printing of the 1873 Issue: Hard, White Wove Paper without gum, new shade, less than 70 known copies (1873) quasi postal
have:
1870005-t6 : Special Printing of the 1879 Issue: Soft Porous Paper Without Gum, printed by the American Bank Note Company, 83 known copies (1880) quasi postal
1870006
have:
1870006: TEN 10 CENTS - Large Bank Note Issues - Thomas Jefferson
have:
1870006-T1 : H Grill: about 10x12mm (11-13 ponts wide by 14 to 16 points, but often faint or incomplete), White wove paper, thin to medium thick: National Bank Note, no secret mark (1870)
have:
1870006-t2 : no grill, White wove paper, thin to medium thick: National Bank Note, no secret mark (1870)
have:
1870006-t3 : 1873 Continental Bank Note Co issue: White wove paper, thin to thick, new shade and/or secret mark, With secret mark: a small semi-circle in the curling scroll after POSTAGE (1873)
have:
1870006-t4 : Special Continental Bank Note Co. Printing of the 1873 Issue: Hard, White Wove Paper without gum, new shade, 36 known copies (1873) quasi postal
have:
1870006-t5 : Soft porous paper, with secret mark, printed by the American Bank Note Company, Brown, black brown or yellow brown (1879)
have:
1870006-t6 : Special Printing of the 1879 Issue: Soft Porous Paper Without Gum, printed by the American Bank Note Company, 30 known copies (1880) quasi postal
have:
1870006-t7 : American Bank Note Company, re-engraved, so-called soft porous paper: medium to thick mottled paper with a yellowish hue, Only 4 (not 5) vertical lines to the side between the middle of the frame and the edge of the design. Horizontal lines of background have been strengthened. 146,000,000 issued, Generaly poorly centered (1882)
1870007
have:
1870007: TWELVE 12 CENTS - Large Bank Note Issues - Henry Clay
have:
1870007-T1 : H Grill: about 10x12mm (11-13 ponts wide by 14 to 16 points, but often faint or incomplete), White wove paper, thin to medium thick: National Bank Note, no secret mark (1870)
have:
1870007-t2 : no grill, White wove paper, thin to medium thick: National Bank Note, no secret mark (1870)
have:
1870007-t3 : 1873 Continental Bank Note Co issue: White wove paper, thin to thick, new shade and/or secret mark, with secret mark: two curls etched out the number 2, making the two curls of the number appear more crescent-shaped. (1874)
have:
1870007-t4 : Special Continental Bank Note Co. Printing of the 1873 Issue: Hard, White Wove Paper without gum, new shade, 60 known copies (1874) quasi postal
have:
1870007-t6 : Special Printing of the 1879 Issue: Soft Porous Paper Without Gum, printed by the American Bank Note Company, 60 known copies (1880) quasi postal
1870008
have:
1870008: FIFTEEN 15 CENTS - Large Bank Note Issues - Daniel Webster
have:
1870008-T1 : H Grill: about 10x12mm (11-13 ponts wide by 14 to 16 points, but often faint or incomplete), White wove paper, thin to medium thick: National Bank Note, no secret mark (1870)
have:
1870008-t2 : no grill, White wove paper, thin to medium thick: National Bank Note, no secret mark (1870)
have:
1870008-t3 : 1873 Continental Bank Note Co issue: White wove paper, thin to thick, new shade and/or secret mark, With secret mark: bottom tip of the triangle next to U.S. is darkened; and the small amount of plate wear at bottom and center: between FIFTEEN and 1 and also replicated symmetrically between the 5 and the C. (1873)
have:
1870008-t4 : Special Continental Bank Note Co. Printing of the 1873 Issue: Hard, White Wove Paper without gum, new shade, 39 known copies (1873) quasi postal
have:
1870008-t5 : Soft porous paper, with secret mark, printed by the American Bank Note Company, Yellow orange, pale orange or reddish orange, Centering is commonly better (1879)
have:
1870008-t6 : Special Printing of the 1879 Issue: Soft Porous Paper Without Gum, printed by the American Bank Note Company, 36 known copies (1880) quasi postal
1870009
have:
1870009: 24 TWENTY FOUR CENTS 24 - Large Bank Note Issues - Winfield Scott
have:
1870009-T1 : H Grill: about 10x12mm (11-13 ponts wide by 14 to 16 points, but often faint or incomplete), White wove paper, thin to medium thick: National Bank Note, no secret mark (1872)
have:
1870009-t2 : no grill, White wove paper, thin to medium thick: National Bank Note, no secret mark (1870)
have:
1870009-t3 : 1873 Continental Bank Note Co issue: White wove paper, thin to thick, new shade and/or secret mark, No visible secret mark and Philatelic specialists have contested the actual issuance of this stamp. Only one known copy. Ribbing in the paper: a series of either small vertical or horizontal lines in the paper of the stamps. (1870) quasi postal
have:
1870009-t4 : Special Continental Bank Note Co. Printing of the 1873 Issue: Hard, White Wove Paper without gum, new shade, 100 known copies (1870) quasi postal
have:
1870009-t6 : Special Printing of the 1879 Issue: Soft Porous Paper Without Gum, printed by the American Bank Note Company, 66 known copies (1870) quasi postal
1870010
have:
1870010: THIRTY 30 CENTS - Large Bank Note Issues - Alexander Hamilton
have:
1870010-T1 : H Grill: about 10x12mm (11-13 ponts wide by 14 to 16 points, but often faint or incomplete), White wove paper, thin to medium thick: National Bank Note, no secret mark (1870)
have:
1870010-t2 : no grill, White wove paper, thin to medium thick: National Bank Note, no secret mark (1870)
have:
1870010-t3 : 1873 Continental Bank Note Co issue: White wove paper, thin to thick, new shade and/or secret mark, No visible secret mark: a very full, rich black (CBNCos ink is a much duller, off-gray black) (1874)
have:
1870010-t4 : Special Continental Bank Note Co. Printing of the 1873 Issue: Hard, White Wove Paper without gum, new shade, 45 known copies (1874) quasi postal
have:
1870010-t5 : Soft porous paper, with secret mark, printed by the American Bank Note Company, greenish black (1881)
have:
1870010-t6 : Special Printing of the 1879 Issue: Soft Porous Paper Without Gum, printed by the American Bank Note Company, 45 known copies (1880) quasi postal
1870011
have:
1870011: NINETY 90 CENTS - Large Bank Note Issues - Oliver Hazard Perry
have:
1870011-T1 : H Grill: about 10x12mm (11-13 ponts wide by 14 to 16 points, but often faint or incomplete), White wove paper, thin to medium thick: National Bank Note, no secret mark (1870)
have:
1870011-t2 : no grill, White wove paper, thin to medium thick: National Bank Note, no secret mark (1872)
have:
1870011-t3 : 1873 Continental Bank Note Co issue: White wove paper, thin to thick, new shade and/or secret mark, No visible secret mark: rose carmine, difficult to determinate: the color variance is that minor. (1875)
have:
1870011-t4 : Special Continental Bank Note Co. Printing of the 1873 Issue: Hard, White Wove Paper without gum, new shade, 46 known copies (1875) quasi postal
have:
1870011-t5 : Soft porous paper, with secret mark, printed by the American Bank Note Company, carmine-rose (1882)
have:
1870011-t6 : Special Printing of the 1879 Issue: Soft Porous Paper Without Gum, printed by the American Bank Note Company, 41 known copies (1880) quasi postal

O1873

O187301
have:
O187301: ONE 1 CENT - Dept. of Agriculture official stamp
have:
O187301-T1 : printed by Continental Bank Note Co, engraved thin hard paper (1873) official stamp
have:
O187301-T2 : printed by American Bank Note Co, soft porous paper (1879) official stamp
O187302
have:
O187302: TWO 2 CENTS - Dept. of Agriculture official stamp
O187303
have:
O187303: THREE 3 CENTS - Dept. of Agriculture official stamp
have:
O187303-T1 : printed by Continental Bank Note Co, engraved thin hard paper (1873) official stamp
have:
O187303-T2 : printed by American Bank Note Co, soft porous paper (1879) official stamp
O187304
have:
O187304: SIX 6 CENTS - Dept. of Agriculture official stamp
O187305
have:
O187305: TEN 10 CENTS - Dept. of Agriculture official stamp
O187306
have:
O187306: TWELVE 12 CENTS - Dept. of Agriculture official stamp
O187307
have:
O187307: FIFTEEN 15 CENTS - Dept. of Agriculture official stamp
O187308
have:
O187308: TWENTY FOUR CENTS - Dept. of Agriculture official stamp
O187309
have:
O187309: THIRTY 30 CENTS - Dept. of Agriculture official stamp
O187310
have:
O187310: ONE 1 CENT - Executive official stamp
O187311
have:
O187311: TWO 2 CENTS - Executive official stamp
O187312
have:
O187312: THREE 3 CENTS - Executive official stamp
O187313
have:
O187313: SIX 6 CENTS - Executive official stamp
O187314
have:
O187314: TEN 10 CENTS - Executive official stamp
O187315
have:
O187315: ONE 1 CENT - Dept. of the Interior official stamp
have:
O187315-T1 : printed by Continental Bank Note Co, engraved thin hard paper (1873) official stamp
have:
O187315-T2 : printed by American Bank Note Co, soft porous paper (1879) official stamp
O187316
have:
O187316: TWO 2 CENTS - Dept. of the Interior official stamp
have:
O187316-T1 : printed by Continental Bank Note Co, engraved thin hard paper (1873) official stamp
have:
O187316-T2 : printed by American Bank Note Co, soft porous paper (1879) official stamp
O187317
have:
O187317: THREE 3 CENTS - Dept. of the Interior official stamp
have:
O187317-T1 : printed by Continental Bank Note Co, engraved thin hard paper (1873) official stamp
have:
O187317-T2 : printed by American Bank Note Co, soft porous paper (1879) official stamp
O187318
have:
O187318: SIX 6 CENTS - Dept. of the Interior official stamp
have:
O187318-T1 : printed by Continental Bank Note Co, engraved thin hard paper (1873) official stamp
have:
O187318-T2 : printed by American Bank Note Co, soft porous paper (1879) official stamp
O187319
have:
O187319: TEN 10 CENTS - Dept. of the Interior official stamp
have:
O187319-T1 : printed by Continental Bank Note Co, engraved thin hard paper (1873) official stamp
have:
O187319-T2 : printed by American Bank Note Co, soft porous paper (1879) official stamp
O187320
have:
O187320: TWELVE 12 CENTS - Dept. of the Interior official stamp
have:
O187320-T1 : printed by Continental Bank Note Co, engraved thin hard paper (1873) official stamp
have:
O187320-T2 : printed by American Bank Note Co, soft porous paper (1879) official stamp
O187321
have:
O187321: FIFTEEN 15 CENTS - Dept. of the Interior official stamp
have:
O187321-T1 : printed by Continental Bank Note Co, engraved thin hard paper (1873) official stamp
have:
O187321-T2 : printed by American Bank Note Co, soft porous paper (1879) official stamp
O187322
have:
O187322: TWENTY FOUR CENTS - Dept. of the Interior official stamp
have:
O187322-T1 : printed by Continental Bank Note Co, engraved thin hard paper (1873) official stamp
have:
O187322-T2 : printed by American Bank Note Co, soft porous paper (1879) official stamp
O187323
have:
O187323: THIRTY 30 CENTS - Dept. of the Interior official stamp
O187324
have:
O187324: NINETY 90 CENTS - Dept. of the Interior official stamp
O187325
have:
O187325: ONE 1 CENT - Dept. of Justice official stamp
O187326
have:
O187326: TWO 2 CENTS - Dept. of Justice official stamp
O187327
have:
O187327: THREE 3 CENTS - Dept. of Justice official stamp
have:
O187327-T1 : printed by Continental Bank Note Co, engraved thin hard paper (1873) official stamp
have:
O187327-T2 : printed by American Bank Note Co, soft porous paper (1879) official stamp
O187328
have:
O187328: SIX 6 CENTS - Dept. of Justice official stamp
have:
O187328-T1 : printed by Continental Bank Note Co, engraved thin hard paper (1873) official stamp
have:
O187328-T2 : printed by American Bank Note Co, soft porous paper (1879) official stamp
O187329
have:
O187329: TEN 10 CENTS - Dept. of Justice official stamp
O187330
have:
O187330: TWELVE 12 CENTS - Dept. of Justice official stamp
O187331
have:
O187331: FIFTEEN 15 CENTS - Dept. of Justice official stamp
O187332
have:
O187332: TWENTY FOUR CENTS - Dept. of Justice official stamp
O187333
have:
O187333: THIRTY 30 CENTS - Dept. of Justice official stamp
O187334
have:
O187334: NINETY 90 CENTS - Dept. of Justice official stamp
O187335
have:
O187335: ONE 1 CENT - Navy Dept. official stamp
O187336
have:
O187336: TWO 2 CENTS - Navy Dept. official stamp
O187337
have:
O187337: THREE 3 CENTS - Navy Dept. official stamp
O187338
have:
O187338: SIX 6 CENTS - Navy Dept. official stamp
O187339
have:
O187339: SEVEN 7 CENTS - Navy Dept. official stamp
O187340
have:
O187340: TEN 10 CENTS - Navy Dept. official stamp
O187341
have:
O187341: TWELVE 12 CENTS - Navy Dept. official stamp
O187342
have:
O187342: FIFTEEN 15 CENTS - Navy Dept. official stamp
O187343
have:
O187343: TWENTY FOUR CENTS - Navy Dept. official stamp
O187344
have:
O187344: THIRTY 30 CENTS - Navy Dept. official stamp
O187345
have:
O187345: NINETY 90 CENTS - Navy Dept. official stamp
O187346
have:
O187346: ONE 1 CENT - Post Office Dept. official stamp
O187347
have:
O187347: TWO 2 CENTS - Post Office Dept. official stamp
O187348
have:
O187348: THREE 3 CENTS - Post Office Dept. official stamp
have:
O187348-T1 : printed by Continental Bank Note Co, engraved thin hard paper (1873) official stamp
have:
O187348-T2 : printed by American Bank Note Co, soft porous paper (1879) official stamp
O187349
have:
O187349: SIX 6 CENTS - Post Office Dept. official stamp
O187350
have:
O187350: TEN 10 CENTS - Post Office Dept. official stamp
O187351
have:
O187351: TWELVE 12 CENTS - Post Office Dept. official stamp
O187352
have:
O187352: FIFTEEN 15 CENTS - Post Office Dept. official stamp
O187353
have:
O187353: 24 TWENTY FOUR CENTS - Post Office Dept. official stamp
O187354
have:
O187354: THIRTY 30 CENTS - Post Office Dept. official stamp
O187355
have:
O187355: NINETY 90 CENTS - Post Office Dept. official stamp
O187356
have:
O187356: ONE 1 CENT - Dept. of State official stamp
O187357
have:
O187357: TWO 2 CENTS - Dept. of State official stamp
O187358
have:
O187358: THREE 3 CENTS - Dept. of State official stamp
O187359
have:
O187359: SIX 6 CENTS - Dept. of State official stamp
O187360
have:
O187360: SEVEN 7 CENTS - Dept. of State official stamp
O187361
have:
O187361: TEN 10 CENTS - Dept. of State official stamp
O187362
have:
O187362: TWELVE 12 CENTS - Dept. of State official stamp
O187363
have:
O187363: FIFTEEN 15 CENTS - Dept. of State official stamp
O187364
have:
O187364: TWENTY FOUR CENTS - Dept. of State official stamp
O187365
have:
O187365: THIRTY 30 CENTS - Dept. of State official stamp
O187366
have:
O187366: NINETY 90 CENTS - Dept. of State official stamp
O187367
have:
O187367: TWO DOLLARS - Dept. of State official stamp
O187368
have:
O187368: FIVE DOLLARS - Dept. of State official stamp
O187369
have:
O187369: TEN DOLLARS - Dept. of State official stamp
O187370
have:
O187370: TWENTY DOLL.s - Dept. of State official stamp
O187371
have:
O187371: ONE 1 CENT - Treasury Dept. official stamp
O187372
have:
O187372: TWO 2 CENTS - Treasury Dept. official stamp
O187373
have:
O187373: THREE 3 CENTS - Treasury Dept. official stamp
have:
O187373-T1 : printed by Continental Bank Note Co, engraved thin hard paper (1873) official stamp
have:
O187373-T2 : printed by American Bank Note Co, soft porous paper (1879) official stamp
O187374
have:
O187374: SIX 6 CENTS - Treasury Dept. official stamp
have:
O187374-T1 : printed by Continental Bank Note Co, engraved thin hard paper (1873) official stamp
have:
O187374-T2 : printed by American Bank Note Co, soft porous paper (1879) official stamp
O187375
have:
O187375: SEVEN 7 CENTS - Treasury Dept. official stamp
O187376
have:
O187376: TEN 10 CENTS - Treasury Dept. official stamp
have:
O187376-T1 : printed by Continental Bank Note Co, engraved thin hard paper (1873) official stamp
have:
O187376-T2 : printed by American Bank Note Co, soft porous paper (1879) official stamp
O187377
have:
O187377: TWELVE 12 CENTS - Treasury Dept. official stamp
O187378
have:
O187378: FIFTEEN 15 CENTS - Treasury Dept. official stamp
O187379
have:
O187379: TWENTY FOUR CENTS - Treasury Dept. official stamp
O187380
have:
O187380: THIRTY 30 CENTS - Treasury Dept. official stamp
have:
O187380-T1 : printed by Continental Bank Note Co, engraved thin hard paper (1873) official stamp
have:
O187380-T2 : printed by American Bank Note Co, soft porous paper (1879) official stamp
O187381
have:
O187381: NINETY 90 CENTS - Treasury Dept. official stamp
have:
O187381-T1 : printed by Continental Bank Note Co, engraved thin hard paper (1873) official stamp
have:
O187381-T2 : printed by American Bank Note Co, soft porous paper (1879) official stamp
O187382
have:
O187382: ONE 1 CENT - War Dept. official stamp
have:
O187382-T1 : printed by Continental Bank Note Co, engraved thin hard paper (1873) official stamp
have:
O187382-T2 : printed by American Bank Note Co, soft porous paper (1879) official stamp
O187383
have:
O187383: TWO 2 CENTS - War Dept. official stamp
have:
O187383-T1 : printed by Continental Bank Note Co, engraved thin hard paper (1873) official stamp
have:
O187383-T2 : printed by American Bank Note Co, soft porous paper (1879) official stamp
O187384
have:
O187384: THREE 3 CENTS - War Dept. official stamp
have:
O187384-T1 : printed by Continental Bank Note Co, engraved thin hard paper (1873) official stamp
have:
O187384-T2 : printed by American Bank Note Co, soft porous paper (1879) official stamp
O187385
have:
O187385: SIX 6 CENTS - War Dept. official stamp
have:
O187385-T1 : printed by Continental Bank Note Co, engraved thin hard paper (1873) official stamp
have:
O187385-T2 : printed by American Bank Note Co, soft porous paper (1879) official stamp
O187386
have:
O187386: SEVEN 7 CENTS - War Dept. official stamp
O187387
have:
O187387: TEN 10 CENTS - War Dept. official stamp
have:
O187387-T1 : printed by Continental Bank Note Co, engraved thin hard paper (1873) official stamp
have:
O187387-T2 : printed by American Bank Note Co, soft porous paper (1879) official stamp
O187388
have:
O187388: TWELVE 12 CENTS - War Dept. official stamp
have:
O187388-T1 : printed by Continental Bank Note Co, engraved thin hard paper (1873) official stamp
have:
O187388-T2 : printed by American Bank Note Co, soft porous paper (1879) official stamp
O187389
have:
O187389: FIFTEEN 15 CENTS - War Dept. official stamp
O187390
have:
O187390: TWENTY FOUR CENTS - War Dept. official stamp
O187391
have:
O187391: THIRTY 30 CENTS - War Dept. official stamp
have:
O187391-T1 : printed by Continental Bank Note Co, engraved thin hard paper (1873) official stamp
have:
O187391-T2 : printed by American Bank Note Co, soft porous paper (1879) official stamp
O187392
have:
O187392: NINETY 90 CENTS - War Dept. official stamp




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