I thought the rule had been changed to five years recently.
I once had a 2003 Scott Specialized that I got back in 2011. It broke down until I eventually threw it away because it was so crappy-looking.
So the USPS has on their website the following new stamps:
Ingrid Berman forever (49c)
2016 World Stamp Show forever (49c)
United States Coast Guard...
i've heard of these before...there's almost zero interest in non-US postal stationary in this country.
I didn't mean compound perfs, sorry about that.
I meant that it had different perfs from #610.
Scott #610 had perf 11
Scott #612 had perf 10.
A few years ago, I found a 2c Harding commem stamp. Not knowing what perfs it was, I placed it as the most common variety. Further examination a few...
those are very nice stamps you have there. hopefully you're able to get one of the inverts.
Nice find! One time I found a cover postmarked from the Territory of Oklahoma.
nice! if only they lowered the price of the digital catalogues.
Neat! Great job!
Hmmm...very strange indeed.
I believe they began making stamps denominated in tenths of a cent around the 1970s.
Do you have a Scott Specialized US catalog? They have listings on Schermack perfs not found in the regular catalog.
Cool! How much did you pay for it?
I've encountered revenue stamps before. I have seen a few of the 1898 battleships, and at one time found an old bank check franked with a Scott R155...
There's this guy who lives in Lynchburg, VA who puts nice older material on his letters. One time, I got a #645 and a #649 all on the same letter.
how much did it cost you? $1.50 (the face value of the stamps)?
I found a baggie once containing an 1893 2c Columbian envelope cut square.
I went to the post office a few days ago to buy more stamps when I noticed the clerk had some of the new Nevada postage stamps available. I bought...
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