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U.S. Cat. # 286 - 1898 2c Farming in the West

U.S. Cat. # 286 - 1898 2c Farming in the West

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Condition: Used
Payment Options: Money Order, Cashier's Check,
First Day of Issue: June 17, 1898
Quantity issued: 159,720,800 (unknown quantity destroyed)
Printed by: Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Method: Flat Plate in sheets of 100 subjects
Watermark: Double-line watermark USPS
Perforation: 12
Color: Copper red

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We do the best we can to replicate the stamp, variations among individual monitors mean that stamp photos are not 100% accurate in terms of brightness or color. We do not use stock photos. Please note that the material is with the shipping department and they are not equipped to answer highly technical philatelic questions.
Offers not accepted.
Stamps are Original Gum or No Gum as Issued unless otherwise indicated. If hinge status is mentioned (NH, LH, HR, etc.), the stamp is mint.
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There is a 14 day return policy to ensure customer satisfaction! All return postage is the responsibility of the buyer and is a non-refundable expense.
This return policy does not allow time for certification.
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