"Your U.S.
Specialist"

CRAIG  SELIG
P. O. Box 11725
Fort Wayne, IN 46860 USA
Tel. 1-260-749-4995
       1-800-735-0073
craigselig at pnc3.com
 
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Various Plate Varieties:
 
 

#220 2 Washington.

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#220a 2 Washington, cap on left "2", plates 235-36, 246-48.

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#220c 2 Washington, cap on both "2's", plates 245-46.

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#231 2 Columbian, broken hat on 3rd figure to the left of Columbus.

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#231 2 Columbian, broken frame line (at lower right).

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#569 30 American Buffalo, double transfer, 16065 UR 52.

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#634 2 Washington, recut "long ear," 20342 UR 34, the 5th stamp in the block.

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#634 2 Washington type I.

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#634A 2 Washington type II, 3 heavy hair lines at top center, etc., plates 19644-45, 19744-47.

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#772 3 Connecticut Tercentenary, defect in cent sign (21395 UR 4), the 1st stamp in the block.

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#986 3 Edgar Allen Poe, thin outer frame line missing at top, inner line missing (24143 LL 42), middle stamp in the block.

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#992 3 United States Capitol, gripper cracks (24285 UL 11), the 5th stamp in the block.

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#1051a 50 Susan B. Anthony, cracked plate (25231 UL 1), the 1st stamp in the block.

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#1288 15 Holmes, Type I, tie fully shaded.

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#1288d 15 Holmes, Type III, tie not fully shaded.

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#1460 6 Summer Olympics, cylinder flaw (broken red ring), 33313 UL 3, the 2nd stamp in the block.

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#1579 (10) 1975 Christmas Madonna, plate flaw ("d" damaged, 36741-46 LL 47, the 5th stamp in the block.

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#2041 20 Brooklyn Bridge, short transfer (unfinished bridge), UL 2, the 2nd stamp in the block.

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#2194 $1 Johns Hopkins, double gouge plate flaw, "Lipsick on Shirt Front," the 1st stamp in the block, pos. 6 on plate #1 pane.

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#2239 22 T. S. Eliot, "splitting headache", the 3rd stamp in the block.

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#2400 25 "Greetings," cylinder flaw (missing curlicue on sleigh runner), 11111 UR 19, the 3rd stamp in the block.

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#2400 25 "Greetings," unlisted cylinder flaw (broken curlicue on left sleigh runner), the 3rd stamp in the block.

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#2616 29 World Columbian Stamp Expo, unlisted broken "a" in "May, the 2nd and 4th stamps in the block, as described in Linn's.

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#2631-4 29 Space Accomplishments, unlisted "Toaster Cord" variety, the 3rd stamp in the block, as described in Linn's.

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#2875 $8 Bureau of Engraving and Printing souvenir sheet, major double transfer, the 4rd stamp in the souvenir sheet.

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#2875 $8 Bureau of Engraving and Printing souvenir sheet, minor double transfer, the 4rd stamp in the souvenir sheet.

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#3427 58 Chase, unlisted black blot on "Smith", previously undescribed.

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#4145 $16.25 Marine One, unlisted dotted "I" variety, as described in Linn's.

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#C11 5 Beacon on Rocky Mountains, unlisted "open door" variety.

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#E5a 10 Messenger Running, dots in curved frame above messenger, pl. 882.

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A Primer on US-Stamps

Various Plate Varieties Various Plate Varieties
Various Color Varieties, Scott-Listed and Unlisted I Various Color Varieties, Scott-Listed and Unlisted I
Various Color Varieties, Scott-Listed and Unlisted II Various Color Varieties, Scott-Listed and Unlisted II
Various Color Varieties, Scott-Listed and Unlisted III Various Color Varieties, Scott-Listed and Unlisted III
Various Color Varieties, Scott-Listed and Unlisted IV Various Color Varieties, Scott-Listed and Unlisted IV
Various Varieties, Scott-Listed and Unlisted Various Varieties, Scott-Listed and Unlisted


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