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on piece with 2 1/2p public
on postcard public
on tin can mail cover public
or 1/25? public
or 4/28? public
orange, reprint? public
Orangeburg coil The "Orangeburg coil" is a 3-cent design on single-line watermarked paper, perforated with gauge 12 vertically. It was produced for only a short time before the switch to 8.5 perforations, and all of those went to the Bell Pharmaceutical Company of Orangeburg NY, who used them on samples.

As philatelists were not aware of these stamps at the time, nearly all were discarded, and very few survive.

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ovpt not the right type? public
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pair with airmail stamp public
pasteup pair public
Philadelphia precancel public
plate single 131566 public
possibly litho? public
printers waste public
probably counterfeit public
probably counterfeit- center not green public
redbrn public
redrawn variety only? public
regummed public
Sc1 public
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Sc200 public
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ScB1 public
Scott doesn't give date public
Scott has 12/30 public
Scott has diff colors public
Scott mistaken The 2008 Scott catalog claims there were no cycling events in the 1904 Olympics, but Wikipedia includes a biography of Marcus Hurley that mentions him winning four golds and a bronze in 1904's cycling events. http://www.sports-reference.com/olympics/summer/1904/CYC/ does mention some confusion over whether cycling should be included in the 1904 Olympics, due to (incorrect) suspicions that amateurs and professionals were competing together. public
Scott says 1/28/44 public
Scott says 1899 public
Scott says 1903 public
Scott says 1903 public
Scott says 1904 public
Scott says 1905 public
Scott says 2/10/68 public
Scott says 3/29 (should check against several catalogs) issue=Agriculture Day public
Scott says 4/31! public
Scott says 4/31! public
Scott says 5/31 public
Scott says 6/26/67 issue public
Scott says 7/26 public
Scott says 7/6 issue=Children's Day 1961 public
Scott says dllil public
Scott says grn public
Scott says multi only public
Scott says multi only public
Scott says multi only public
Scott says redvio&olvio public
Scott says yelbrn public
Scott says yellow public
Scotts says kindergarten public
should be in 1986 issue? public
should be in 1986 issue? public
signed Richter public
signed Vinson public
size=27.5x22mm should copy these dimensions into the stamps' size field and then delete this note public
SN001.11 public
SN002.11 public
space-filler public
spelled Columbia public
thin public
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thins public
Uncertain date The date must be sometime after 1963, but we don't know exactly when. public
unfamiliar ovpt public
unissued? public
Vineta provisional The "Vineta provisional" came about when the crew of the cruiser Vineta wanted to send US newspapers home, but there were no 3-pfennig stamps available to pay the printed matter rate. So the ship's purser bisected 300 5pf and overprinted each half with "3PF". public
what perf? public
which sizes? public
wing margin right side public
with coupon public
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with sheet margin public
wmk inverted public
yes, that's really gr public
(note 1010) The value of 40c comes from adding base 10c and overprinted 30c. Stan Shebs public
(note 1034) Stan Shebs public
C. or G.? The stamp itself seems to read G. for the middle initial. Stan Shebs public
cancelled Hanoi I don't what else to say about that tho. :-) Stan Shebs public
EE008.11 Stan Shebs public
faded to yellow Stan Shebs public
imperf, trimmed? Stan Shebs public
mixup The images and stamps are thoroughly mixed up. Stan Shebs public
NZ002.11 Stan Shebs public
NZ003.11 Stan Shebs public
on cover Stan Shebs public
on cover Stan Shebs public
on cover Stan Shebs public
on cover Stan Shebs public
on cover,Venice to Treviso Stan Shebs public
on postcard Stan Shebs public
printing flaw A large paper crease has resulted in a spectacular printing flaw across the stamp. Stan Shebs public
probably counterfeit Stan Shebs public
ScC1 Stan Shebs public
sci name misspelled Stan Shebs public
ScO1 Stan Shebs public
ScP1 Stan Shebs public
ScQ1 Stan Shebs public
SG1 Stan Shebs public
ships Stan Shebs public
SHLLING error Stan Shebs public
should be 1700? Let me guess, the software is being difficult about allowing a stamp dating from 1700. :-) Stan Shebs public
Stan Shebs note need to enter rest of this issue! Stan Shebs public
Stan Shebs note Stan Shebs public
thin Stan Shebs public
Tilemsoun? The "portillo de Tilimenzo" seems to find no mention on the net outside of this stamp, but there is a village Tilemsoun situated in a gap in a range of hills, in the former Cape Juby territory. I could not find any photos of Tilemsoun, but the Google satellite view seems to match the appearance of the stamp. Stan Shebs public
to delete delete stamps of this date when catnum handling of deleted types is fixed Stan Shebs public
UA001.11 Stan Shebs public
UA002.11 Stan Shebs public
UA003.11 Stan Shebs public
UA004.11 Stan Shebs public
UA005.11 Stan Shebs public
UA006.11 Stan Shebs public
UA007.11 Stan Shebs public
watermark not clearly visible Stan Shebs public
with tab Stan Shebs public
WNS mixup The WNS site mixes up the images of this and the following stamp. Stan Shebs public
wrong cactus Eriosyce islayensis has a yellow flower and a different pattern of spines, so the picture is likely misidentified. Stan Shebs public
wrong species name There is no plant species "Ocimum oamiifolium", but the image is likely of "Ocimum lamiifolium". Stan Shebs public
year needs fixing Stan Shebs public
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Eclecticology note Type II has no frame line around picture, plus other differences. Eclecticology public
Eclecticology note Type I has a frame line around the picture and other differences. Eclecticology public
note Hans von Aachen on stamp is incorrect Eclecticology public
note Treated by some as part of the 1943 regular issue. Eclecticology public
Reference Billig's Philatelic Handbook, vol. 9, p.183 Eclecticology public
maptrekker note The stamps from this series were created from seven different stones; printed on thin, medium and thick paper; and perforated with pinholes, large holes and small holes. maptrekker public
maptrekker note The software is being difficult about adding a stamp with an unknown date of issue. Hopefully, someone will know the date and add it. maptrekker public
maptrekker note Date of issue is unknown to me. "1881" is just a space filler to get it listed here. maptrekker public
maptrekker note Date of issue is unknown to me. "1881" is just a space filler to get it listed here maptrekker public