"Your machine cancel was most probably made by an American machine that impressed a U. S. flag as the killer. These types of machines were in use for...
Does anyone here collect cancel by any chance?
Pics please! Thank you. :)
Also, I got my liver disease under control but now, most unfortunately, I have been diagnosed with lung cancer. I've had a lobectomy back in January...
Yes they are.
Honestly it's not anything. It is considered extremely damaged. I'm sorry but those are the facts. That being said though if someone needed a nice...
These watermarks are on most pieces of Postal Stationery as a security measure.
Yes Scott 24 Type V. 1857.
Back again. -Jay
It's a matter of simple economics supply & demand. There is more supply at the moment ten demand as our hobby dies. Even the so-called "rarities"...
Mint, Original gum, 2mm. tear middle right hand side-repaired
Though the subject of the Columbian Exposition Issue's 1-dollar stamp...
U.S. Scott catalog #77
In 1866 the Post Office Department issued what is considered the nation's first commemorative stamp, the 15-cent...
Since I cannot go back and edit my original post- here is some info on my #72
U.S. Scott catalog #72
The 1861 Issue 90-cent Washington...
I noticed that the same image shows up twice for #63 and #162 even though I changed it twice?
They look Canadian. Am I mistaken?
Put up a scan I know a little about them although I don't own any yet I may be able to either tell you or point you in the right direction.
All I can add is that you either love it or not. Obviously your a collector or you wouldn't be here and now is a GREAT time to buy. things will pick...
OK last of the new stuff...
local (where I live now) old covers that are new to me
Someone sent me these recently too as a gift for a nice trade
A nice scan of my #77
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