My One-Per-Day Set

Discussion in 'United States Stamps' started by Gunny, Aug 16, 2014.

  1. RichardBabcock

    RichardBabcock Active Member

  2. RichardBabcock

    RichardBabcock Active Member

  3. RichardBabcock

    RichardBabcock Active Member

  4. Terry Wicks

    Terry Wicks New Member

    IMG_20201130_0001_NEW.jpg I just pulled these from a mixed lot I purchased and will gladly donate them to your one-per-day set if you can use them. Let me know at dragontooth812b@gmail.com Thanks, Terry
     
  5. Gunny

    Gunny Retired Jarhead Moderator

    Appreciate the offer, but I still have a couple 1000 stamps to go through. When I get towards the end I'll probably put a bounty on the dates that I need.
     
  6. Gunny

    Gunny Retired Jarhead Moderator

    On second thought, I've sent you an email. Have a good one.
     
  7. RichardBabcock

    RichardBabcock Active Member

  8. anglobob

    anglobob Moderator Moderator

    Gunny...how are you doing with your collection ?
    I recently found this cancel ...Feb 29
    FEB 29 1940.jpg
     
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  9. Gunny

    Gunny Retired Jarhead Moderator

    That is a key date indeed. Are you willing to part with it? Send me a message with what you collect and I'm sure we can work out a trade. Appreciate it.
     
  10. RichardBabcock

    RichardBabcock Active Member

    IMG_20210223_0002.jpg First day of use, Jan 2 1893, New York
     
  11. Werner Salentin

    Werner Salentin Well-Known Member

    Richard,
    just out of curiosity: what does indicate the year 1893 as the year
    of cancelling ?
     
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  12. RichardBabcock

    RichardBabcock Active Member

    The 2 is weak curved and thin and does not line up with the month, compared to 2 in 1894 is bold and lines up with Jan ,All so The killer cancel lines Are 1893 type with vertical lines not horizontal. . .The real first day was Dec,31, 1892. That would be a nice cancel to find on stamp.
     
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