My Revenue Stamp Collection Newest Additions

These are the newest additions to my collection.

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Scott # R162. Added February 15, 2020

R162

Insurance Company of North America. Three 5-cent battleship documentaries along with 1-cent and half-cent battleships, paying 16.5 cents tax on a 1901 insurance policy.

 

Scott # R6c. Added February 12, 2020

R6c

Duncan, Hanna & Codd. Gorgeous two-color billhead with an American Indian vignette. 'Manufacturers and Dealers in Cut, Chewing, Smoking and Plug Tobacco'.

 

Scott # R29c. Added February 12, 2020

R29c

Block of six 5-cent Proprietaries plus 2 singles, used illegally as documentaries, on a portion of a note.

 

Scott # R36c. Added February 12, 2020

R36c

Continental Insurance Co. Insurance policy and wonderfully ornate renewal certificate.

 

Scott # R27c. Added February 11, 2020

R27c

October 1865 guardianship bond with 20 copies of R27c, including a block of 12 and strip of 5. The strip of 5 contains multiple examples with double transfers at bottom.

 

Scott # R163. Added February 9, 2020

R163

November 1898 bill of lading for transport of 25,000 bushels of oats from Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Buffalo New York, aboard the steamer Mecosta.

 

Scott # R154. Added February 9, 2020

R154

Charles Kennee & Co. September 1898 bill of lading for 47,350 bushels of barley shipped via the steamer D.C. Whitney from Chicago to Buffalo, New York.

 

Scott # R163. Added February 9, 2020

R163

Duluth, Missabe & Northern Railway. 1898 bill of lading for 4,419 tons of iron ore to be carried from Duluth, Minnesota to Cleveland, Ohio for the Adams Mining Co., about the steamship Menida (?).

 

Scott # R163. Added February 8, 2020

R163

Spencer, Moore & Co. Attractive 1898 bill of lading for 25,000 bushels of northern spring wheat sent from Duluth, Minnesota to Buffalo, New York on the steamer Merida.

 

Scott # R147. Added December 26, 2019

R147

A very meticulously-placed manuscript cancel.

 

Scott # R14c. Added December 26, 2019

R14c

Jeremiah Gurney. A huge jumbo of a stamp.

 

Scott # R37be. Added December 26, 2019

R37be

The Little Schuylkill Navigation Rail Road and Coal Co. Unlisted in Scott. Two R37b singles and a bisected single paying 25 cents tax on a portion of an 1864 stock certificate.

 

Scott # R36e. Added December 26, 2019

R36e

T. G. Emsley, Treasurer. Bisect with bold handstamp cancel, on a fragment of a tax lien document. Here is a photocopy of a complete document showing the other half of the same stamp.

 

Scott # R15f. Added December 26, 2019

R15f

Two document fragments, each with a bisected 2-cent USIR, being two halves of the same stamp. Here is an image of the two halves superimposed, showing that they are both halves of the same stamp.

 

Scott # R22c. Added December 26, 2019

R22c

A. A. Nash. Beautiful horizontal pair with centered handstamp cancel.

 

Scott # R1b. Added December 26, 2019

R1b

Double transfer in both bottom numerals of top stamp. Extremely scarce. DT is not listed in Scott for the part perforate stamp. The catalog value shown above is just for a normal pair.

 

Scott # R49a. Added December 26, 2019

R49a

W.D. Sherrerd. Just a gorgeous example of a steel die oval handstamp cancel.

 

Scott # R151a. Added December 26, 2019

R151a

2002 Philatelic Foundation certificate. Four-margin examples are difficult to find; most examples are considerably off-center.

 

Scott # R151a. Added December 26, 2019

R151a

Inverted center. Four-margin examples are difficult to find; most examples are considerably off-center.

 

Scott # RB3c. Added December 26, 2019

RB3c

Sewing machine perforations.

 

Scott # R155. Added December 18, 2019

R155

Pittsfield Transportation Company. First day of tax usage.

 

Scott # R29d. Added December 18, 2019

R29d

Henry W. Taft, clerk of judicial court. 5-cent Proprietary silk paper on an 1872 affidavit. Silk papers are fairly scarce on document, as you typically can only see the blue threads from the reverse of the stamp, meaning it needs to be lifted from the document. In this case, however, there are at least three blue silk threads visible on the face of the stamp. A wonderful example of a scarce silk paper.

 

Scott # 73. Added December 18, 2019

73

A lovely example of the 2-cent Andrew Jackson 'Black Jack'on a probate court receipt for a distribution from an estate.

 

Scott # R36b. Added December 18, 2019

R36b

Two 10-cent Inland Exchange part perforate revenue stamps on 1864 articles of agreement. This is a case where imperforate vertically pert perfs are MUCH more scarce than imperforate horizontally, and are not reflected in the catalog values. This is only the second bona fide example of R36b imperf vertically that I have seen in almost 20 years.

 

Scott # R15c. Added December 18, 2019

R15c

The Neptune Steamship Company. Wonderful stylized signature handstamp cancel on an 1865 payment receipt for freight charges for 138 bales of cotton.

 

Scott # R155. Added December 18, 2019

R155

German Savings Bank. Very interesting bank check, dated July 2, 1898, but the stamp (tied) is dated July 1, 1898, the first day of the tax. So was this a clerical error, a postdated check, or something else?

 

Scott # R155. Added December 18, 2019

R155

Banking House of Eavey, Lane & Co. First day of tax usage, July 1, 1898.

 

Scott # RB27. Added December 18, 2019

RB27

Plogmann & Doany ??. An interesting group of 3 checks from the same company, all with illegal uses of proprietaries as documentaries, one with multi-line handstamp cancel, one with manuscript cancel, and one with mixed handstamp and manuscript cancel.

 

Scott # R15c. Added December 17, 2019

R15c

Wm. Barkley, Wholesale Druggist. Ornate large circular handstamp cancel on an 1867 receipt.

 

Scott # R15c. Added December 15, 2019

R15c

Continental Screw Co. 1868 receipt from the New York Central Railroad Co. to the Continental Screw Co.

 

Scott # R15c. Added December 15, 2019

R15c

Recorder of Deeds. Meticulous manuscript cancel that looks like a printed cancel at first glance, on an 1868 receipt for grading and graveling a city street.

 

Scott # R13c. Added December 15, 2019

R13c

Probate Court. 2-cent proprietary with partial margin imprint capture at bottom, used illegally as documentary on an 1867 probate court receipt.

 

Scott # R12c. Added December 15, 2019

R12c

Girard Bank. Orange 2-cent Playing Cards used illegally as documentary on an 1864 bank check.

 

Scott # R44c. Added December 15, 2019

R44c

Andes Insurance Co. 25-cent Certificate with genuine freak perforations (doubled) on a bold 1871 insurance policy renewal receipt printed in orange, an unusual ink choice for the period.

 

Scott # R135. Added December 15, 2019

R135

Bank of Espy. Two-color holographic (hand-written) check.

 

Scott # R104. Added December 15, 2019

R104

George W. Swett & Co. Ornate large-format oval handstamp cancel. Manufacturers of charcoal pig iron.

 

Scott # R3c. Added December 14, 2019

R3c

Quincy Mining Company. Illegal use of 1-cent Proprietary revenue as a documentary on an 1863 sight draft from the Quincy Mining Co.

 

Scott # R164p. Added December 14, 2019

R164p

The Elk National Bank. Lovely green elk vignette and nice boxed handstamp cancel.

 

Scott # 73. Added December 14, 2019

73

Rickly & Brother, Bankers. 2-cent Andrew Jackson 'Black Jack' used illegally as a revenue stamp on an 1864 check, caught, and a 2-cent Bank Check revenue subsequently affixed.

 

Scott # R27c. Added December 8, 2019

R27c

An 'ugly duckling' of a cover, but very scarce and important. A 5-cent Inland Exchange revenue used illegally as postage on a cover to England. This cover was highlighted in Labron Harris's September 2019 American Philatelist article 'Early U.P.U. Treatment of Invalid Postage' as the earliest use he had seen of 'Xs and Os' cover markings to indicate invalid postage.

 

Scott # R733. Added December 7, 2019

R733

Army-Air Force Postal Service. Revenue stamped used illegally as postage on military cover from Nha Trang, Viet Nam to Kokomo, Indiana.

 

Scott # BCR4. Added December 6, 2019

BCR4

Business college stamp simulating a 2-cent battleship revenue stamp, on a training check from 1900. Catalog number and value is from Jim Drummond's College and School Stamps Catalogue.

 

Scott # 73. Added December 1, 2019

73

Commissioners of Public Schools. 2-cent 'Black Jack' used illegally as revenue on a receipt from the Commissioner of Public Schools in Baltimore for a principal's desk.

 

Scott # R10c. Added December 1, 2019

R10c

E. C. Knight & Co. E.C. Knight was an importer and sugar refiner.

 

Scott # R33c. Added December 1, 2019

R33c

USPS. It's too bad that the stamp is munched, otherwise this would be a several hundred dollar cover. 10-cent Certificate used illegally as postage on an 1867 cover to Canada, not caught by the postal authorities. Hamilton, Canada receiving mark on reverse.

 

Scott # R3c. Added November 29, 2019

R3c

Horizontal strip of four 1-cent Proprietary stamps, used illegally as documentaries, short paying the tax (should have been 5 cents) on an 1869 payment order.

 

Scott # R151. Added November 29, 2019

R151

Milnes & Houck, Shenandoah Iron Works. 3rd Issue 2c USIR with portrait shifted dramatically to lower right, on an 1872 check from the Shenandoah Iron Works.

 

Scott # 73. Added November 28, 2019

73

2-cent Black Jack used illegally as revenue on an 1866 receipt from an estate.

 

Scott # 286. Added November 27, 2019

286

Major H. H. Bandholtz. 2-cent Trans-Mississippi commemorative plate number single used illegally as revenue stamp on an 1899 check, signed by (then) Major H. H. Bandholtz, of future Philippines 'O.B.' overprint fame.

 

Scott # 285. Added November 27, 2019

285

Major H. H. Bandholtz. Two 1-cent Trans-Mississippi commemoratives used illegally as revenue stamps on an 1899 check, signed by (then) Major H. H. Bandholtz, of future Philippines 'O.B.' overprint fame.

 

Scott # R36c. Added November 10, 2019

R36c

USPS. 10-cent Inland Exchage used illegally as postage on an 1868 advertising cover to England. Caught once it reached England (note the 'MORE TO PAY' handstamp cancel). Receiving handstamps on reverse.

 

Scott # R153. Added November 10, 2019

R153

USPS. Two 1-cent Franklin singles with red provisional overprints used illegally as postage on cover, used the first day of tax, July 1, 1898.

 

Scott # R153. Added November 10, 2019

R153

USPS. Horizontal pair of 1-cent Franklins with red provisional overprints, used illegally as postage on cover. Interesting CHICAMAUGA NATL PARK handstamp cancel.

 

Scott # R164. Added November 10, 2019

R164

USPS. 2-cent battleship documentary used illegally as postage on a July 9, 1898 early usage cover.

 

Scott # R164p. Added November 10, 2019

R164p

USPS. 2-cent battleship documentary used illegally as postage on a slightly out-of-period 1904 cover.

 

Scott # R164. Added November 10, 2019

R164

USPS. 2-cent battleship documentary used illegally as postage out-of-period on a 1910 cover.

 

Scott # R164p. Added November 10, 2019

R164p

USPS. 2-cent Battleship documentary used illegally as postage out of period on a 1910 cover.

 

Scott # R37e. Added November 10, 2019

R37e

Diagonally bisected 10-cent Power of Attorney, plus a 25-cent Insurance, paying the correct 30-cent tax on an 1870 promissory note. The document itself is pretty beat up, but this is only the second reported example of R37e.

 

Scott # R164p. Added November 9, 2019

R164p

USPS. 2-cent battleship revenue stamp used illegally as postage on a 1903 postal stationery cover.

 

Scott # R557. Added November 9, 2019

R557

USPS. 4-cent documentary used illegally as postage on cover, caught by the USPS, and marked 4-cents postage due.

 

Scott # R12c. Added November 9, 2019

R12c

2-cent orange Playing Cards used illegally as a documentary on 1864 bank check.

 

Scott # R13c. Added November 9, 2019

R13c

T. E. Sexton. T13 major double transfer at bottom on a Delaware CDV.

 

Scott # R33a. Added November 9, 2019

R33a

10-cent Certificate imperf and 20-cent Inland Exchange imperf on an 1863 promissory note paying the correct tax rate of 30 cents.

 

Scott # RE15. Added November 5, 2019

RE15

Plate number margin imprint capture, plate # 332. Plate number singles on Wine revenue stamps are extremely scarce.

 

Scott # R6c. Added November 5, 2019

R6c

Tioga Railroad Co. Previously unrecorded variant of Tolman cancel #T-4D. Minor double transfer in letters of bottom scroll.

 

Scott # R3c. Added October 26, 2019

R3c

Damon & Baker. Selection of very scarce Damon & Baker printed proprietary cancels. Company was located in Coaticook, Quebec, Canada. Cancels vary by date, font, and ink color. Full retail prices of these cancels range from $250 to $400 per stamp, with the green ink cancels being the most rare and expensive.

 

Scott # 294. Added October 26, 2019

294

Irregular reconstructed block of 14 mint OG 1-cent Pan Americans with counterfeit 'IR' handstamp overprints. Interesting aesthetic piece... would be better if it were genuine.

 

Scott # R18c. Added October 12, 2019

R18c

3-cent Proprietary used illegally as a documentary revenue on a purchase receipt.

 

Scott # R162. Added October 6, 2019

R162

B. G. Vasen, Real Estate and Insurance. 1/2-cent gray battleship revenue, along with a 1-cent battleship, paying 1.5 cents tax on an insurance policy from 'The Insurance Company of the State of Illinois'. Fractional cent rates are fairly uncommon.

 

Scott # 65. Added October 5, 2019

65

Two 3-cent Washington singles used illegally as revenue stamps on an 1865 certificate of debt for an estate.

 

Scott # R229. Added October 5, 2019

R229

USPS. 2-cent documentary used illegally as postage on cover in-period.

 

Scott # R38c. Added October 5, 2019

R38c

Illegal use of 10-cent Proprietary as a documentary revenue on an 1867 promissory note.

 

Scott # R123. Added October 5, 2019

R123

Brady's Bend Iron Co. While at first glance it appears to be a handstamped cancel, it is actually a printed cancel. See my page devoted to the cancels of the Brady's Bend Iron Co.

 

Scott # RB24. Added September 29, 2019

RB24

USPS. 1-cent Proprietary battleship revenue stamp, used illegally as postage on cover. It was caught and held, with 1-cent postage due stamp affixed. Nice straight-line 'DUE 1 CT' marking below the revenue stamp.

 

Scott # R154. Added September 29, 2019

R154

USPS. Block of 4 of 1-cent Franklin with red provisional 'I.E.' overprint, used illegally as postage on cover.

 

Scott # R164p. Added September 27, 2019

R164p

USPS. 2-cent battleship documentary used illegaly as postage on a cover addressed to a passenger on the Chicago Great Western Railway. Unfortunately reduced at bottom.

 

Scott # RB22. Added September 27, 2019

RB22

J. D. Van Volkenburgh. Likely philatelic, but very attractive and unusual regardless. J.D. Van Volkenburgh of Hamilton, Missouri owned a 'post office book store' that sold 'Books, Stationery, Cigars and Tobacco, Newspapers, and Periodicals.' He was an early member of the American Philatelic Society. This lot consists of 7 checks, starting with a nice 2-cent battleship documentary with margin marking. The remaining 7 checks are all comprised of a wide variety of PROPRIETARY battleship revenue stamps, affixed illegally. Because most of the proprietary battleship revenues were denominated in fractions of a cent, this allowed for all sorts of fun colorful combinations of 1/8, 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, 5/8, 1, 1-1/4, 1-7/8, and 2-cent proprietary battleships, totaling 2 cents on each check. One of them was caught, and a 2-cent documentary battleship affixed over the proprietary stamps.

 

Scott # R1c. Added September 24, 2019

R1c

Very interesting illegal usage of 1-cent express used as postage on cover. It was caught, marked 'Bad' in manuscript, along with 'Due 2c'.

 

Scott # 113. Added September 15, 2019

113

Three 2-cent Post Horse and Rider singles used illegally as revenue stamps paying tax on three receipt transactions on the same ledger sheet for shares of a pension from an estate.

 

Scott # R18c. Added September 13, 2019

R18c

Block of 5, vertical pair, and 3 singles of R18c used illegally as documentaries, along with a block of 10 of R15c, paying 50 cents tax on an 1871 indenture.

 

Scott # R164p. Added September 8, 2019

R164p

USPS. 2-Cent battleship revenue stamp used illegally as postage on a 1901 advertising cover from 'The Clyde New England and Southern Lines' steamship company. Black Bay Station flag receiving machine cancel on reverse.

 

Scott # R164p. Added September 8, 2019

R164p

USPS. 2-cent battleship revenue stamp used illegally as postage on a return envelope to the Workmen's Benefit Association, with a nice Black Bay Station receiving machine cancel on the reverse.

 

Scott # R15c. Added September 8, 2019

R15c

USPS. 1st issue 2-cent USIR used illegally as postage on cover. Unfortunately used long out of period, so presumably philatelic. If this were used in-period for the stamp, multiply the retail value by 8x-10x.

 

Scott # R58c. Added September 7, 2019

R58c

Wilcox & Delleker. Custom House Broker entry of merchandise for the Port of Philadelphia, with an attractive cameo at top left.

 

Scott # R27c. Added September 7, 2019

R27c

Eight R27c singles used on an 1867 promissory note, at least 5 of which exhibit legitimate 'freak' perfs. Unlike the fabricated freak perfs you frequently see with the perforations at bizarre angles, these exhibit the extra perfs in a manner consistent with having fed the sheet of stamps through the perforator a second time: the extra perfs parallel to the initial perfs.

 

Scott # R87c. Added September 7, 2019

R87c

R87c is very scarce on document.

 

Scott # R87c. Added September 7, 2019

R87c

Two $3.50 Inland Exchange singles paying $7 tax on a warranty deed. R87c is very scarce on document, even more so as either a multiple or multiple singles.

 

Scott # R152b. Added September 3, 2019

R152b

First National Bank.

 

Scott # R155. Added September 3, 2019

R155

The Union National Bank. Ornate multi-line handstamp cancel.

 

Scott # R6c. Added September 3, 2019

R6c

American Baptist Home Mission Society.

 

Scott # R155. Added September 2, 2019

R155

Second-day-of-tax usage.

 

Scott # R81c. Added September 2, 2019

R81c

$2 Conveyance, $1 Entry of Goods, and 50-cent Original Process, paying $3.50 tax on a mortgage. The $2 conveyance is a misperforated top sheet margin single missing the top row of perforations, as well as several plate scratches in the margin.

 

Scott # R15d. Added August 18, 2019

R15d

T15 major double transfer on 2-cent USIR silk paper (unlisted in Scott) on an 1871 sight draft. Prices shown are for the T15 double transfer on normal paper, off document.

 

Scott # R155. Added August 18, 2019

R155

Arena Publishing Co. The earliest typewritten check I have seen. During this period, checks were almost exclusively handwritten.

 

Scott # R24c. Added August 4, 2019

R24c

The Challenge Sulky-Wheel Cultivator Agency. Sales agent contract.

 

Scott # R15c. Added August 4, 2019

R15c

English & Dixon. Manufacturers of The Ohio Mower & Reaper, Pitt's Separator, Carey Horse Power, & Castings of All Kinds.

 

Scott # 73. Added August 4, 2019

73

Oregon Stage Company. 2-cent Andrew Jackson used illegally as a revenue stamp on a receipt from the Oregon Stage Company.

 

Scott # 178. Added August 4, 2019

178

First National Bank of Lockhaven. 2-cent Andrew Jackson used illegally as a revenue stamp on a holographic check.

 

Scott # 73. Added August 4, 2019

73

2-cent Andrew Jackson used illegally as a revenue stamp, along with a 5-cent Agreement 1st issue revenue stamp, underpaying the tax on this promissory note. Per rate tables, the tax should have been 10 cents, not 7 cents.

 

Scott # 135. Added July 17, 2019

135

Union Trust Company of New York. Extremely scarce illegal usage, 2-cent grilled banknote used as a revenue. This is the first grilled banknote I have seen used illegally.

 

Scott # 68. Added July 17, 2019

68

Iron Cliffs Company. 10-cent Washington used illegally as a revenue stamp on an 1859 draft from the Iron Cliffs (Mining) Co. The tax due on the transaction was 10 cents, but the underlying 2-cent revenue imprint (RN-B1) was ignored, as is the case on all reported examples of the Iron Cliffs drafts. Tying blue oval handstamp is especially nice.

 

Scott # 71. Added June 30, 2019

71

Wheeling Post Office. Very scarce and unusual illegal usage of 30-cent Ben Franklin on an 1867 receipt for the purchase of stamps. There would have been no reason for a 30-cent tax on this transaction. The ink color and hand of the stamp's cancel match that of the document, so it does not appear that this is a fabrication. Given that the size and color of the stamp match that of the 2-cent Bank Check and the 2-cent USIR, I speculate that a hurried clerk grabbed the nearest small orange stamp, thinking it was the appropriate revenue stamp. We'll never know for certain. The stamp also has an extra row of perforations.

 

Scott # R44c. Added June 29, 2019

R44c

Lost Lake Gold and Silver Mining Co. Very unusual mining stock certificate from a company supposedly located in the 'Montania Territory'. The only records I can find of said territory is an 1864 New York Times announcement: 'The Committee [on Territories] are also perfecting a bill for the erection of the Territory of Montania, composed of a portion of Idaho and Utah Territories.' Very interesting item.

 

Scott # R36b. Added June 28, 2019

R36b

A. A. Low & Brothers. 10-cent Inland Exchange part perforate on a June 1863 bill of lading for pottery to be carried on the ship Surprise to Hong Kong. Bills of Lading to overseas destinations are quite scarce. The document is on a thin and very delicate tissue paper. No wonder very few survived. Note the large-format embossed seal at right.

 

Scott # R32a. Added June 28, 2019

R32a

A. A. Low & Brothers. 10-cent Bill of Lading imperforate on a March 1863 (EMU) bill of lading for supplies to be carried on the bark Benefactor to Hong Kong. Bills of Lading to overseas destinations are quite scarce, and EMUs even more so. The document is on a thin and very delicate tissue paper. No wonder very few survived. Note the large-format embossed seal at center.

 

Scott # R32a. Added June 28, 2019

R32a

A. A. Low & Brothers. 10-cent Bill of Lading imperforate on a March 1863 (EMU) bill of lading for coal to be carried on the bark Benefactor to Hong Kong. Bills of Lading to overseas destinations are quite scarce, and EMUs even more so. The document is on a thin and very delicate tissue paper. No wonder very few survived.

 

Scott # R6c. Added June 27, 2019

R6c

Neptune Steamship Co. Lovely 2-color printed bill of lading from 'The Neptune Line of Screw Steamers, direct between Boston and New York via Long Island Sound. Steamship vignette at upper left. This appears to have been the first leg of a journey with Hong Kong as the ultimate destination.

 

Scott # R27a. Added June 27, 2019

R27a

Privately rouletted imperf of the 5-cent Inland Exchange, on piece. Upper left corner was torn when the document was torn, and then reattached. There are a handful of known examples of privately rouletted 1st issue revenues, most being 2-cent denominations. This is the first 5-cent I've seen.

 

Scott # R19a. Added June 23, 2019

R19a

American Telegraph Company. Early matching usage (EMU) of 3-cent Telegraph imperforate on a May 1863 telegram. Stamp is superb.

 

Scott # R2c. Added June 5, 2019

R2c

USPS. Horizontal pair and single of 2-cent Playing Cards, used illegally as postage on an 1865 cover from Colas Mouth, West Virginia. The single and the left stamp from the pair each have a vertical plate scratch. If you digitally position the single above the left stamp of the pair, it looks like it could be one long continuous scratch crossing both stamps. Very unique piece.

 

Scott # R24c. Added June 5, 2019

R24c

The National Ink Co. Stunningly beautiful 3-color agent's certificate from The National Ink Company, printed in red, blue, and metallic gold, with a patriotic eagle vignette.

 

Scott # R17c. Added June 5, 2019

R17c

3-cent and 2-cent Playing Cards revenue stamps used improperly as documentaries, paying 5 cents tax on a sworn affidavit.

 

Scott # RB28. Added June 5, 2019

RB28

W. Schumacher, Pastor. Two vertical pairs of 2-1/2 cent Battleship propietaries, used improperly as documentaries, paying 10 cents tax on a Michigan marriage certificate. Same pastor as this similar improper usage.

 

Scott # R13c. Added June 5, 2019

R13c

2-cent proprietary used improperly as a documentary, along with a 3-cent Foreign Exchange, paying 5 cents tax on a notarized affadavit.

 

Scott # R18c. Added June 5, 2019

R18c

3-cent proprietary revenue used improperly as a documentary on an estate receipt for disbursement of proceeds of the estate.

 

Scott # R3c. Added June 5, 2019

R3c

Horizontal pair of 1-cent proprietary revenues used improperly as documentaries on an estate receipt for grave stones.

 

Scott # R3c. Added June 5, 2019

R3c

1-cent proprietary used improperly as a documentary on an order for payment.

 

Scott # R13c. Added June 5, 2019

R13c

2-cent proprietary used improperly as a documentary on a receipt for an estate disbursement.

 

Scott # R18c. Added June 5, 2019

R18c

3-cent proprietary used improperly as a documentary revenue on an 1865 receipt for estate payment ordered by probate court.

 

Scott # R28c. Added June 5, 2019

R28c

5-cent Playing Cards used improperly as a documentary revenue on an 1865 receipt for estate payment ordered by probate court.

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