US 18 – 20 1857 1¢ Franklin A5 – A7

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USA Scott #18, 1861, 1c bl (Type I), Franklin, Used

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Scott 19 century # 251 cv 13.00

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Scott #20 Franklin MAJOR DOUBLE TRANSFER Pos.63L12 w/APS Cert (Stock #20-19)

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GENUINE SCOTT #18 F-VF USED 1861 BLUE TYPE-I PLATE-12 PERF-15½ RED GRID CANCEL

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U.S. Stamp Scott #18 (verified genuine) blue 1857-1861 Rare!!

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SSS: US Stamp Scott #20 1c 1857 Franklin Blue Type II Used Blue Cancel!

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Scott #20 Franklin Type II Used Stamp (Stock 20-1)

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*Scott # 18 1857 1- Cent Franklin - Type I - Used, Hinged - Light Cxl Cat $550 !

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GENUINE SCOTT #20 VF-XF USED 1857 BLUE TYPE-II PLATE-2 PSAG CERT TOWN CANCEL

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Scott #20 Franklin Used Strip of 3 on Nice Cover (Stock #20-20)

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US Stamp Scott# 20 Franklin 1857-61 LG1

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GENUINE SCOTT #20 USED TYPE-II TOWN CANCEL PSE CERT SCV $275 - ESTATE CLOSEOUT

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SCOTT# 19 USED 1 CENT FRANKLIN, 1857-1861. HIGH CAT VALUE STAMP

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Scott #20 Franklin ***MAJOR DOUBLE TRANSFER *** Pos.63L12 w/Cert (Stock #20-8)

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Scott #20 Franklin Used Stamp on Nice Cover (Stock #20-19)

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Scott 20 1857 1c Franklin Issue Type II Used VF Black Cancel Cat $250

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Scott #20 Franklin Type II Used Stamp w/Red Carrier Cancel + Bonus (Stk #20-32)

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U.S. Scott #19 (Pos. 92R4) Avg. Centering w/PSAG Certificate "Genuine" SCV:$4000

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EXCEPTIONAL GENUINE SCOTT #20 TYPE-II PLATE-4 WITH RED CARRIER CANCEL PF CERT

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US Scott #20, 1857,1c bl (Type II), Franklin

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Original US Stamp Scott #20 Type ll Used 1c Franklin c.1857-61 CV$275

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Scott #20 Franklin ***Rare*** Used Plate 4 Pos.9R4 w/PF Cert!

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SCOTT# 19 USED 1 CENT FRANKLIN 1857-1861, PEN CANCEL. HIGH CAT VALUE

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Scott #20 Franklin Strip of 3 Stamps Used on Nice Cover (Stock #20-18)

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EDW1949SELL : USA 1857 Scott #20 Used. Nice cds cancel. Catalog $250.00.

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TWO == US Scott 20 cent Special Delivery OLD TRUCK Used Stamps FREE POSTAGE

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Scott #20, 20, 18 Strip of 3 Stamps & Scott #26 Used on Cover (Stk 18 & 20 Cvr)

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Scott #20 Franklin ***Rare*** Used Plate 4 Pos.8R w/Plating Certificate

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Scott #20 Franklin Used Strip of 3 on Cover with Cert (Stock #20-26)

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SCOTT# 20LU23 USED 2 CENT BOYD'S CITY DISPATCH 1ST STATE OF DIE, 1874, APS CERT

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Scott 19 century # 252 cv 18.00

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Scott 19 century # 248 cv 12.00

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Scott #20 Franklin Strip of 3 Stamps Used on Nice Cover (Stock #20-32)

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Scott #20 Franklin & #26 Washington Used Stamps on Cover with Cert (Stock#20-27)

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Scott #20 Franklin Double Transfer on COVER w/2010 Doporto Cert!

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Scott #20 Franklin Used "Block of 3" Stamps on Nice Cover (Stock #20-29)

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Scott #20 Franklin Type II Used Strip of 3 (Stock #20-28)

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Scott # 20 Used XF SCV $750 Hand cancel

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US Scott#20 1851 1c Franklin, type II, plate 2, B relief, bright color, unused

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MALAYA SELANGOR (Scott 19~SG 44) 1891 QV Surcharge 2c on 24c Green-Mounted mint

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Scott #20 Franklin Mint Stamp with PF Cert (Stock #20-PF1)

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Scott #20 Franklin Mint Pair Position: 31/41R2 (Stock #20-31)

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USA Scott #18 1ct Type I Unused No Gum Pos 57L12 Double Transfer Cert CV $2,600

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United States Stamp Scott #20, Mint Lightly Hinged, Full Original Gum

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Scott 19th century # 213 2 cent Washington Unused cv $ 40.00

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USA 1861 24c George Washington Grey Very Sound Used SG74b (Scott 20g)

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Scott U.S. #18
Series of 1857-61 1¢ Franklin
Earliest Known Use: January 21, 1861
Quantity issued: Unknown
Printed by: Toppan, Carpenter & Co.
Printing Method: Flat plate
Watermark: None
Perforation: 15.5
Color: Blue

At the point when the world’s first postage stamps were discharged, no procurement was made for isolating the stamps from each other. Post office agents and stamp clients just cut these “imperforates” separated with scissors or tore them along the edge of a metal ruler. A gadget was required which would isolate the stamps all the more effectively and precisely.

In 1847, Irishman Henry Archer protected a machine that punched openings on a level plane and vertically between lines of stamps. Presently stamps could be isolated without cutting. Punctures empowered stamps to hold fast better to envelopes. He sold his development to the British Treasury in 1853. That same year, Great Britain created its initially punctured stamps.

The 1857-61 issues were the initially punctured U.S. stamps. Their outlines were repeated from the imperforate plates of 1851. Since the same plates were utilized, the puncture stamp sorts don’t vary much from the comparing imperforate stamps. The whole arrangement (U.S. #18-39) is noted for having restricted edges.

The Series of 1857-61 1¢ Franklin Type I stamp contains the first finish plan; nonetheless, a spot is found on the left half of the white fringe encompassing the focal vignette. A double transfer may be visible.

 

 

Scott U.S. #19
1857 1¢ Franklin
Series of 1857-1861
 
Earliest Known Use: July 26, 1857
Quantity Issued: Unknown
Printed by: Toppan, Carpenter & Co.
Printing Method: Flat plate
Watermark: none
Perforations: 15
Color: Blue

In his book The United States One Cent Stamp of 1851 to 1861, Mortimer Neinken composed, “The Type 1a is a rare stamp, either imperforate or punctured… ” U.S. #19 is a Type 1a stamp.

U.S. #19 was printed by Toppan, Carpenter, and Company utilizing the same plans as the 1851-8157 stamps. Since the new issues were punctured, more extensive edges were essential so another plate (#4) was made. Of the 200 stamps on the plate, just 18 positions created the Type 1a stamp. These stamps made up the base column of the plate. (Two stamps on the base column are an alternate sort.)

Likewise, plate 4 was not utilized for long. Neinken trusts it was just being used from right on time April to late December of 1857.

Sort 1a stamps can be distinguished by taking a gander at the top and base trimmings on the casing. The base trimmings are finished, however the top adornments are removed, as well as the other curved frame lines.

 

Scott U.S. #20
Series of 1857-61 1¢ Franklin
Type II
Earliest Known Use: July 25, 1857
Quantity issued: Unknown
Printed by: Toppan, Carpenter & Co.
Printing Method: Flat plate
Watermark: None
Perforation: 15.5
Color: Blue

At the point when the world’s first postage stamps were discharged, no procurement was made for isolating the stamps from each other. Post office representatives and stamp clients simply cut these “imperforates” separated with scissors or tore them along the edge of a metal ruler. A gadget was required which would isolate the stamps all the more effortlessly and precisely.

In 1847, Irishman Henry Archer protected a machine that punched openings evenly and vertically between columns of stamps. Presently stamps could be isolated without cutting. Apertures empowered stamps to hold fast better to envelopes. He sold his creation to the British Treasury in 1853. That same year, Great Britain delivered its initially punctured stamps.

The 1857-61 issues were the initially punctured U.S. stamps. Their plans were recreated from the imperforate plates of 1851. Since the same plates were utilized, the puncture stamp sorts don’t vary much from the comparing imperforate stamps. The whole arrangement (U.S. #18-39) is noted for having thin edges.

The Series of 1857-61 1¢ Franklin Type II stamp components complete top and primary concerns. Top adornments may be removed, and base of lower parchments and crest are absent.