United States of America Set of 6 Coil Stamps


United States of America Set of 6 Coil Stamps

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United States of America Set of 6 Coil Stamps

Issued on various dates between 17th January 1923 (SG 604) and 19th March 1925. Set (incomplete) of six stamps.

Coil stamps. Perforation: imperf x perf 10.

Stanley Gibbons Stamp Catalogue Part 22, United States, 8th Edition, 2015.

Catalogue numbers SG 602 (1c green), SG603  (1.5c brown), SG604 (2c carmine type I), SG606 (3c violet), SG607 (4c yellow-brown), and SG608 (5c dark blue).

The 5c dark blue appears to be mint, although it has no gum.

These stamps are from a collection started by my Grandfather in circa 1901.

Some of these stamps have a faint pencil mark on the reverse.

United States of America Set of 6 Coil Stamps


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We mention the Stanley Gibbons Stamp Catalogue Part 22: United States. These SG numbers are from the Eighth Edition printed in 2015.

All of these stamps are used (with varying degrees of postal marks), and at some stage have been mounted.

Some of these American stamps have hinges or parts of hinges. Others may just have adhesive marks left over from the hinges, and some are clear on the back.

Also several of these stamps have a penciled number on the reverse. These coincide, within three or four numbers, of the Gibbons catalogue numbers.

Please excuse any mistakes or errors that we make and please do let us know about them! We are not experts on stamps from the United States. Consequently please accept that our descriptions are not set in stone!!

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