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Scott # R1c

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Andrew Dougherty. Very scarce. Andrew Dougherty printed cancels almost exclusively on Playing Cards revenues, presumably using other stamp types temporarily, only when their supply of Playing Cards stamps ran out.

Scott # R2a

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Lawrence, Cohen & Co..

Scott # R2b

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Charles Bartlet.

Scott # R2b

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Samuel Hart & Co..

Scott # R2c

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Andrew Dougherty.

Scott # R2c

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Charles Bartlet.

Scott # R2c

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Andrew Dougherty.

Scott # R2c

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Lawrence, Cohen & Co..

Scott # R2c

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Lawrence, Cohen & Co..

Scott # R2c

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Lawrence, Cohen & Co..

Scott # R2c

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Andrew Dougherty.

Scott # R2c

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Lawrence, Cohen & Co..

Scott # R2c

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Andrew Dougherty.

Scott # R2c

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Andrew Dougherty.

Scott # R2c

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Andrew Dougherty. Red ink versions of the Daugherty cancels are quite scarce.

Scott # R2c

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Samuel Hart & Co.. Horribly faulty, but the cancel is nice.

Scott # R2c

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Andrew Dougherty. Typeset error: misplaced month slug. While seen occasionally on handstamped cancels, very unusual on a printed cancel.

Scott # R2c

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Andrew Dougherty. Even though the stamp itself is mangled, red ink versions of the Daugherty cancels are quite scarce.

Scott # R3b

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John Moffat & Co.. Extremly rare printed cancel. 'Genuine Vegetable LIFE PILLS and Phoenix Bitters.'

Scott # R3c

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Kemp, Day & Co.. 'Packers and Preservers of Meat, Poultry, Game, Fish, Fruits, Vegetables, Shell Fish, Pickles, etc.'

Scott # R3c

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William A. Clark Matches.

Scott # R3c

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Van Dyke Bitters.

Scott # R3c

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J. T. Howland.

Scott # R3c

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S.R. Van Duzer.

Scott # R3c

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S.R. Van Duzer.

Scott # R3c

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Brown & Durling Match Co..

Scott # R3c

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Dr. Seth Arnold.

Scott # R3c

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R. M. & Co..

Scott # R3c

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Cahoon Manufacturing Co.. Per Mike Morrissey, this is a stamp used on a boot-black known as 'Vernatella.' Cahoon manufactured oil lamps in Portland, Me. The boot-black was undoubtedly a sideline.

Scott # R3c

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Walker & Taylor. Wonderful item! The Walker & Taylor 10-line printed cancel is scarcer on the 1c denomination than the 2c. Also, the 1870 dated cancel is MUCH tougher than the 1866. Lastly, this is the first multiple I have ever seen with a Walker & Taylor cancel.

Scott # R3c

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Thomas Gorman & Co.

Scott # R3c

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Joseph Hoyt & Co..

Scott # R3c

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Walker & Taylor. Very scarce 4-line printed cancel: 'W. & T. CONDITION POWDER 1866.'

Scott # R3c

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Byam, Carlton Match Co..

Scott # R3c

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Cutting & Co.. Canned goods manufacturer.

Scott # R3c

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Ruth & Fleming. Oyster and fruit packer (canned goods).

Scott # R3c

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James R. Dey.

Scott # R3d

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J. T. Howland, Proprietor.

Scott # R5a

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M.D.B..

Scott # R6c

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D.M.F.. Unusual fancy printed cancel, with the gothic letter initials at top. Because these are seen with different letter combinations at top, speculation is that these are for bond coupons, with the bondholder's initials printed at top.

Scott # R6c

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The Citizens' Gas Light Co. of Brooklyn.

Scott # R6c

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G. C..

Scott # R7a

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The Ben Franklin Associates. Printed cancel on an admission ticket to the 59th Semi-Annual Conference of The Ben Franklin Associates, to be held on July 4, 1863. The only reported example.

Scott # R11c

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Lawrence, Cohen & Co.. Red playing card cancels are quite rare, especially on the blue 2-cent playing cards.

Scott # R12c

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Samuel Hart & Co..

Scott # R13c

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Frederick Brown. Druggist.

Scott # R13c

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Scott # R13c

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Wilkins & Co.. Canners.

Scott # R13c

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Walker & Taylor.

Scott # R13c

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Dr. Fitler. Very rare printed cancel 'Dr. Fitler's Carminative for Infants and Adults. Price 35 cts'

Scott # R13c

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Damon & Baker. Rare proprietary medicine cancel. Damon & Baker was located in Coaticook, Quebec, Canada.

Scott # R15c

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Hudson River Railroad.

Scott # R15c

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Scott # R15c

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Unusual fancy printed cancel, with the gothic letter initials at top and the 3D block numbers in the year. Because these are seen with different letter combinations at top, speculation is that these are for bond coupons, with the bondholder's initials printed at top. Ex-Morrissey.

Scott # R17c

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Samuel Hart & Co..

Scott # R17c

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Samuel Hart & Co.. A complete playing card wrapper from the Samuel Hart & Co. playing card company for their 'Linen Eagle' playing cards. It features 2-cent and 3-cent Playing Cards stamps with printed script December 1863 'SH&Co.' cancels. Presumably the selling price of the deck of cards increased at a later date, thus necessitating the addtiion of the 3 5-cent Playing Card stamps using a later single-line block style handstamp cancel.

Scott # R17c

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Andrew Dougherty.

Scott # R18c

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Read Gordon. Canner.

Scott # R18c

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A.T. Shallenberger, Patent Medicine.

Scott # R18c

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S.R. Van Duzer.

Scott # R18c

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William H. Ruggles. Wonderful cancel created from printer's type in both straight lines and arcs. In addition to being a photographer, he was also a 'Dealer in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Perfumery and Fancy Articles. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired.' Ex-Baryla, from his award winning Civil War Sun Tax exhibit.

Scott # R18c

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Mathew Brady. Great strike of 'Brady' script cancel on a CDV of an unidentified soldier. CDV has front marks tying together the 'Brady' and 'Washington' script printed cancels.

Scott # R18c

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Mathew Brady. Scarce 'Washington' script printed cancel. Considerably more scarce than the 'Brady' script cancel.

Scott # R21c

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Lawrence & Cohen.

Scott # R22c

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Walker & Taylor. Extremely rare 7-line Walker & Taylor printed cancel; much more scarce than the 10-line printed cancels found on the 1-cent and 2-cent denominations.

Scott # R22c

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W. H. Jessup & Co.. Very scarce printed match company cancel.

Scott # R22c

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S. R. Van Duzer. Cancel is just a wee bit out of position...

Scott # R24c

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Scott # R24d

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Several silk fibres visible on the face of the stamp.

Scott # R25a

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Adams or American Express Co..

Scott # R26c

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United States Stamp Company. Ex-Steven Belasco. From his exhibit: 'Edgar H. Judkins, a Lowell Mass. stamp dealer, began using the name United States Stamp Company in 1865. E.T. Gage was a clerk in Lowell. In 1866 they sold shares in the United States Stamp Company in what may have been the first syndication of a stamp business. At least 100 shares were sold to several different investors. The 5-cent revenue rate applied to shares in an unincorporated company.'

Scott # R27a

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Scott # R27c

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Scott # R28c

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Lake Oswego Bank.

Scott # R28c

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Mathew Brady.

Scott # R29c

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Samuel Hart & Co..

Scott # R30c

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E.S.L..

Scott # R38c

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Lawrence & Cohen.

Scott # R38c

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Samuel Hart & Co..

Scott # R38c

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Samuel Hart & Co..

Scott # R38c

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Andrew Dougherty.

Scott # R44c

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Fitchburg Railroad Company.

Scott # R44c

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Fitchburg Railroad Co..

Scott # R44c

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Isaac's Harbor Gold Co.. Very scarce printed cancel.

Scott # R47a

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Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co.. Tolman C-51b.

Scott # R47c

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Banjamin D. Kennedy, Insurance Agent.

Scott # R49c

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Isaac harbor Gold Co..

Scott # R53c

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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 # R53c

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Fitchburg Railroad Co.. Tolman F-1A-2.

Scott # R54c

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J.R. Ingersoll, J. Miller Craig and Charles Willing. J.R. Ingersoll, J. Miller Craig and Charles Willing, Trustees of the Trust created by the Estate of William Bingham. Ex-Morrissey.

Scott # R66c

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Edward Dennison Morgan & Co.

Scott # R70a

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J.R. Ingersoll, J. Miller Craig and Charles Willing. J.R. Ingersoll, J. Miller Craig and Charles Willing, Trustees of the Trust created by the Estate of William Bingham.

Scott # R70c

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Dayton & Western Railroad. Stamp is munged, but the cancel is nice.

Scott # R75c

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J.R. Ingersoll, J. Miller Craig and Charles Willing. J.R. Ingersoll, J. Miller Craig and Charles Willing, Trustees of the Trust created by the Estate of William Bingham.

Scott # R79c

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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 # R85a

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Scott # R109

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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. Ex-Morrissey.

Scott # R111

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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 # R112

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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. Ex-Morrissey.

Scott # R115

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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 # R116

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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. Ex-Morrissey.

Scott # R117

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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. Ex-Morrissey.

Scott # R120

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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. Ex-Morrissey.

Scott # R127

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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. Ex-Morrissey.

Scott # R128

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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. Ex-Morrissey.

Scott # R137

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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. Ex-Morrissey.

Scott # R139

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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. Ex-Morrissey.

Scott # R140

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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. Ex-Morrissey.

Scott # R141

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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. Ex-Morrissey.

Scott # R142

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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. Ex-Morrissey.

Scott # R144

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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. Ex-Morrissey.

Scott # R145

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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. Ex-Morrissey.

Scott # R148

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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. Ex-Morrissey.

Scott # R229

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USPS. Parcel tag with Scott C1, C3, a block of four of 531 imperfs, and a split-precanceled R229 paying the parcel post tax. Tag was for 25 pounds of mission stamp mixture. Great aesthetic variety.

Scott # RB1a

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Dr. Seth Arnold.

Scott # RB1a

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A. A. Constantine.

Scott # RB1a

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B. & Co..

Scott # RB1a

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H. Hutchings.

Scott # RB1a

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Graham. Well-known diminuitive printed signature cancel.

Scott # RB1a

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Walker & Taylor. Excellent inverted strike of 8-line printed cancel: 'SLOAN'S Condition Powder, Horse Ointment, Family Ointment. Instant Relief. WALKER & TAYLOR'.

Scott # RB1a

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Henry Tetlow. Cosmetics manufacturer.

Scott # RB1a

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J W T.

Scott # RB1b

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E.W. Hoyt & Co..

Scott # RB1b

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Scott # RB1b

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A. A. Constantine.

Scott # RB2a

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E. Fougera & Co.. Very interesting double strike of the printed cancel, with one offset about 30 degrees. While examples of multiple cancel strikes are occasionally found on handstamp cancels, such an occurrence of a printed cancel is very unusual (entire sheets of stamps are run through a printing press rather than stamps being canceled individually).

Scott # RB2a

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F. B. & Co..

Scott # RB2a

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Hamlin Brothers Wizard Oil Co..

Scott # RB2a

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Redington, Hostettler & Co.. Wholesale druggists. Makers of Redington's Flavoring Extracts.

Scott # RB3a

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H. R. Stevens. 5 in 1875 is falling off.

Scott # RB3b

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H. R. Stevens.

Scott # RB4a

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W.H.J. & Co.. Interesting in that the date line of the cancel is on the stamp twice, but there is no evidence of a second company name line. I wonder if the rows of the printed cancel alternated top line vs. bottom line, which would explain what is shown on this stamp.

Scott # RB11a

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Weeks & Potter. Printed precancel. Stamp has full gum.

Scott # RB11b

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Carter Medicine Co.. Searches turn up two examples of 'Carter Medicine Co.' in 1878, one in New York City and one in Erie, PA. I'm not sure which one this is.

Scott # RB11b

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J. P. Mills. Split cancel mispositioned across stamps.

Scott # RB11b

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H. H. George, Successor to M. Ernst.

Scott # RB11c

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Dr. C. Wakefield & Co.. Nice inverted cancel.

Scott # RB11c

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A.F. Merrell & Co..

Scott # RB12a

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M & Co..

Scott # RB12a

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H. S.. Large bold typeset printed cancel.

Scott # RB13b

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N. V. B. & Co..

Scott # RB15b

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E. Fougera & Co..

Scott # RB15b

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S.(???) Medicine Co..

Scott # RB17b

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Grace. Very scarce printed cancel, unattributed.

Scott # RF26

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Western Printing Lithographing. Interesting miscut line pair still on card packaging.

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