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1903: Land along southern Guantánamo Bay was leased in perpetuity from Cuba for use as a naval base; the treaty took effect February 23, 1903, and the formal handover occurred on this date.
1904: The United States took ownership of the Panama Canal Zone. At this stage, only the most basic borders were defined; it was a zone surrounding the canal on each side for five miles, but excluded the cities of Colón and Panama City, which remained exclaves of Panama, as well as the water for their harbors. The Hay-Bunau-Varilla Treaty granting it to the United States was ratified on February 26, 1904. A formal border agreement, which also gave the Canal Zone some land and a lighthouse in northwest Colón, would be ratified on June 15, 1904.
1907: Indian Territory and Oklahoma Territory were combined and admitted as the 46th state, Oklahoma.

The first commemoratives of the twentieth century were also the first bi-colored postage stamps printed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Six stamps in denominations of 1-cent, 2-cent, 4-cent, 8-cent and 10-cent were issued to publicize the 1901 Pan-American Exposition held in Buffalo, New York. The stamps depict modes of modern transportation. All the stamps bear the inscription Commemorative Series 1901. President William McKinley was assassinated at the Pan-American Exposition.

1c was used for first class domestic postcard rate, the third-class (printed matter 2 ounces), and fourth-class (merchandise/samples rate 1 ounce) rates; 2c typically paid the first-class domestic rate; 4c paid the double two-cent first-class domestic rate; 5c typically paid the single-weight Universal Postal Union international rate; 8c was the domestic registered mail fee; 10c most often paid the domestic registered mail fee and the domestic first class rate or double the UPU rate.

Second Bureau Issues:
The 3-cent stamp did not pay a specific rate and was used in multiple formats or with other stamps to cover existing rates. In spite of its limited use, the stamp, like many of the Series 1902, exists in a surprising variety of color shades.
The Grant 4-cent stamp did not pay a specific rate and was used in multiple formats or with other stamps to cover existing rates. Two 4-cent stamps could pay the eight-cent registry fee and three 4-cent stamps could pay the ten-cent special delivery fee plus the two-cent domestic first-class letter rate.
The international UPU letter postage rate was five cents when the Series 1902 was in use. It was decided that Lincolns image would best represent the nation on mail sent around the world.
The 6-cent stamp did not pay a specific rate and was used in multiple rate formats or with other stamps to cover existing rates. Two 6-cent stamps were often used to pay the ten-cent special delivery fee plus two-cent domestic letter rate.
The single 10-cent stamp could be used to pay the eight-cent registry fee plus the two-cent domestic first-class letter rate. A single stamp could also pay a two time U.P.U. foreign five-cents-per-half-ounce letter rate. When special delivery stamps were no longer required to secure that service on Mar. 2, 1907, the Webster stamp was used to pay the ten-cent special delivery fee. A 10-cent stamp also paid the domestic and foreign registry fee when that fee increased to ten cents, November 1, 1909.
The 15-cent stamp was primarily used to pay multiples of the foreign five-cents-per-half-ounce letter rate in effect until Oct 1, 1907. The stamps were also used on larger domestic fourth-class parcels. A single 15-cent stamp paid the foreign five-cents-per-half-ounce plus the ten-cent registry fee. Multiples are also found paying the foreign samples and merchandise rates.
The 50-cent Jefferson stamp was frequently used to pay multiples for first-class shipments of domestic inter-bank currency and coin. The stamp also franked large foreign letter rate parcels.
The 1$ Farragut stamp was frequently used to pay multiples for first-class shipments of domestic inter-bank currency and coin. The stamp also franked large foreign letter rate parcels.
The 2-dollar Madison stamp was frequently used to pay intra-Post Office Department funds transfers. The stamp also franked large, foreign, letter rate parcels. In 1917 the 2-dollar Madison stamp was reprinted in a lighter blue with the then-used gauge 10 perforations. These stamps met a sudden demand for high-value postage to mail machine parts to Russia by parcel post as well as valuable shipments of Liberty Bonds in connection with World War I hostilities.
The 5-dollar Marshall stamp was frequently used to pay intra-Post Office Department funds transfers. The stamp also franked large foreign letter rate parcels. In 1917 the 5-dollar Marshall stamp was reprinted in light green with the then-used gauge 10 perforations. These stamps met a sudden demand for high value postage to mail machine parts to Russia by parcel post as well as valuable shipments of Liberty Bonds during World War I.

Because of considerable dissatisfaction with the original 2-cent Washington 'Flag' stamp, the Bureau produced a new 2-cent stamp featuring Washingtons portrait within a shield of stars and stripes. The new design, referred to as the 2-cent Washington 'Shield' stamp, was issued Nov. 12, 1903. In addition to the bold shield background, the left numeral was enclosed with laurel leaves and the right with oak leaves, symbolizing Washingtons role as president in peace time and as general in war time. Because the original engraved die had been damaged, a new die exhibiting slight changes was made in mid-1908 to create new transfer rolls for needed plates. The two 'Shield' stamp varieties are referred to as die Type I and Type II. The Washington 'Shield' stamp is recognized for its many shade varieties. Initially issued as a carmine stamp, it has also been cataloged in shades of scarlet, carmine rose, red, and lake.

The Louisiana Purchase Exposition Issue publicized the 1904 Worlds Fair, held in St. Louis, Missouri. Five single-color stamps inscribed Commemorative Series of 1904 were issued in conjunction with the fair's opening on April 30, 1904.

The Louisiana Purchase Exposition Issue publicized the 1904 Worlds Fair, held in St. Louis, Missouri. Five single-color stamps inscribed Commemorative Series of 1904 were issued in conjunction with the fair's opening on April 30, 1904.

The Jamestown Exposition, held from April 26 to December 1, 1907, at Hampton Roads (near Norfolk, Virginia) commemorated the 300th anniversary of the founding of the Jamestown settlement. The settlement was the first permanent British colony in America following the 1587 failure of the Roanoke settlement in what is now North Carolina.

The Third Bureau Issue, commonly known as the Washington-Franklins Head Issue (or simply the Washington-Franklins) appeared in late 1908. Before the last of these stamps was issued in early 1922, approximately two hundred and fifty different stamps were issued, all bearing the likeness of either George Washington or Benjamin Franklin. Just five illustrations are needed for all these different stamps. To the casual observer, many of these stamps appear identical. However, the subtle differences in watermark, perforation, and method of printing make the series one of the most challenging definitives to collect. All the stamps were printed on flat plat presses with the exception of several coil stamps and experimental sheet stamps printed on the rotary press late in the life of the series. Between 1918 and 1920, several sheet stamps were also produced by offset printing. The single most notable feature of this series is its use of only two images, those of Washington and Franklin. The first 1-cent Franklin of the Third Bureau Issue rolled off the presses in the late fall of 1908. That first printing was of stamps with a double line "USPS" watermark, and the last printing of 1-cent Franklin stamps began in the late fall of 1910. In that short span of two years, the Bureau of Printing and Engraving produced eleven renditions of the stamp (or 13 if one includes booklet panes). A variety of papers, coils, watermarks, and perforations differentiate the versions. The 1-cent Franklin most often paid the one-cent card rate. Patrons also used it with other denominations to fulfill large weight and foreign destination rates. By the time the last 1-cent Franklins were sold, more than 14 billion had been issued.
Given World War I rates, the 13-cent Washington could have paid domestic registered mail fees and the first class rate.
When first issued, the 15-cent Washington filled no specific demand, but in November 1909, when the registry fee was raised from eight to ten cents, the denomination proved useful. It then fully prepaid the five-cent U.P.U. rate to foreign destinations plus the ten-cent registry fee.
The 1$ stamp was current for more than three years and probably was intended for use on heavy items. That the stamp is difficult to find suggests low demand.
For a short period in 1909 some US stamps were printed on paper made with 35% rag stock instead of all wood pulp (old rags were added to the paper pulp, thus saving money, under a microscope you can see traces of the rag fibers), they are strangly called "bluish paper" although they are more a slightly grey paper. All are uncommon to very rare. Stamps were only issued in Washington DC, so any used specimens must bear contemporaneous Washington DC cancels. Placing a white paper stamp and suspected bluish paper on an orange background should aid identification.

Ernest Robinson Ackerman, a well-known stamp collector, successfully led the appeal for a special commemorative stamp for the 100th anniversary of Lincolns birth. The 2-cent Lincoln stamp of 1909 had the dimensions of a definitive stamp, but it was the first U.S. single stamp commemorative issue. The Lincoln portrait is based on a statue by sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens. It was also the first commemorative issued with and without perforations. A number of stamps of this time period were made available imperforate, intended for perforation and manufacture into coils by private companies for use in vending and affixing machines.

The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition was held in Seattle, Washington, to commemorate the development of the nations north-west territory on the 10th anniversary of the 1897 Klondike Gold rush and the 40th anniversary of the 1867 purchase of Alaska. Originally planned for 1907, it was delayed until 1909 so as not to compete with the Jamestown Exposition. Secretary of State William H. Seward, who negotiated the $8 million purchase of Alaska from Russia, is depicted on the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific stamp. The popular press in 1867 referred to the purchase as "Seward's Folly," but by 1909 the importance of this acquisition and Sewards foresight were well recognized.

The Hudson-Fulton Celebration was held in New York between September 25 and October 11, 1909. Though not a fair or exposition in the traditional sense, this massive celebration, which stretched the length of the Hudson River from Staten Island to Troy (a distance of over 150 miles), had all the flavor of a fair. It was a combined commemoration of the tercentenary of Henry Hudsons discovery of the Hudson River and the centenary of Robert Fultons steamship The Clermont, which plied the waters of the Hudson introducing steam navigation. The stamp was the first commemorative celebrating more than one topic in a single issue. Hudsons ship, The Half Moon, and Fultons steamboat, The Clermont, (or at least the reproductions of them built for the celebration) are anachronistically depicted side-by-side on the stamp.

1901

1901001
have:
1901001: 1 ONE CENT 1 - Pan-American Exposition - Fast Lake Navigation - steamer City of Alpena, Ship
have:
1901001-t : vignette shifts known: fast, slow or sinking boat (1901) error print or variety
have:
1901001-v : Center inverted (1901) error print or variety
1901002
have:
1901002: 2 TWO CENTS 2 - Pan-American Exposition - Empire State Express, Locomotives
have:
1901002-t : vignette shifts known: fast or slow train (1901) error print or variety
have:
1901002-v : Center inverted (1901) error print or variety
1901003
have:
1901003: 4 FOUR CENTS 4 - Pan-American Exposition - Electric Car
have:
1901003-t : few vignette shifts known: fast or slow car (1901) error print or variety
have:
1901003-v : Center inverted (1901) error print or variety
1901004
have:
1901004: 5 FIVE CENTS 5 - Pan-American Exposition - Niagra Falls, Bridge
1901005
have:
1901005: 8 EIGHT CENTS 8 - Pan-American Exposition - Canal Locks at Sault Ste. Marie, Ship
1901006
have:
1901006: 10 TEN CENTS 10 - Pan-American Exposition - Fast Ocean Navigation, Ship

1902

1902001
have:
1902001: 8 EIGHT CENTS 8 - Second Bureau Issues (1902-1908) - Martha Washington (Blue Green, deep green, gray green or yellow green) definitive
1902002
have:
1902002: 13 THIRTEEN CENTS 13 - Second Bureau Issues (1902-1908) - Benjamin Harrison : 1th anniversary, death memorial definitive
1902003
have:
1902003: 10 - Messenger On Bike - Bicycle special delivery
have:
1902003-T1 : ultra, perf.12, watermark double USPS (1902) special delivery
have:
1902003-T2 : ultra, perf.12, watermark single USPS (1911) special delivery
have:
1902003-T3 : ultra, perf 10, watermark single USPS (1914) special delivery
have:
1902003-T4 : pale ultra, perf 10, unwatermarked (1916) special delivery
have:
1902003-T5 : ultra, perf 11, unwatermarked (1917) special delivery

1903

1903001
have:
1903001: 1 ONE CENT 1 - Second Bureau Issues (1902-1908) - Benjamin Franklin, notice the frame design symbols of Franklins scientific experimentations with electricity (perf.12) definitive
1903002
have:
1903002: 1 ONE CENT 1 - Second Bureau Issues (1902-1908) - Benjamin Franklin (2 or 3 sides imperforate) booklet stamp
have:
1903002-x (1906) booklet pane of 6
1903003
have:
1903003: 1 - Second Bureau Issues (1902-1908) - Benjamin Franklin (perf. 12 horizontally, 1908) definitive
1903004
have:
1903004: 1 - Second Bureau Issues (1902-1908) - Benjamin Franklin (perf. 12 vertically, 1908) definitive
1903005
have:
1903005: 1 - Second Bureau Issues (1902-1908) - Benjamin Franklin (imperforate, 1906) definitive
have:
1903005-z1 : U. S. Automatic Vending Company type I perforations (1906) definitive
have:
1903005-z2a : Brinkerhoff type I perforations (1906) definitive
have:
1903005-z2b : Brinkerhoff type II perforations (1906) definitive
have:
1903005-z4 : Schermack Company type I perforations (1906) definitive
have:
1903005-z4c : Schermack Company type III perforations (1906) definitive
have:
1903005-z4d : Schermack Company type IV perforations (1906) definitive
1903006
have:
1903006: 2 TWO CENTS 2 - Second Bureau Issues (1902-1908) - George Washington (Carmine, bright carmine, deep carmine or carmine red, watermarked double-lined-USPS) definitive
1903007
have:
1903007: 2 TWO CENTS 2 - Second Bureau Issues (1902-1908) - George Washington (2 or 3 sides imperforate) booklet stamp
have:
1903007-x (1903) booklet pane of 6
have:
1903007-z (1903) complete booklet
1903008
have:
1903008: 3 tHREE CENTS 3 - Second Bureau Issues (1902-1908) - Andrew Jackson (Bright violet, deep violet or violet) definitive
1903009
have:
1903009: 4 FOUR CENTS 4 - Second Bureau Issues (1902-1908) - Ulysses S. Grant (Brown, dark brown or yellow brown) definitive
1903010
have:
1903010: 4 - Second Bureau Issues (1902-1908) - Ulysses S. Grant (imperforate, Only 31 used examples remain) definitive
1903011
have:
1903011: 5 FIVE CENTS 5 - Second Bureau Issues (1902-1908) - Abraham Lincoln (perf. 12, Blue, pale blue or bright blue) definitive
1903012
have:
1903012: 5 FIVE CENTS 5 - Second Bureau Issues (1902-1908) - Abraham Lincoln (made available in imperforate full sheets of 400 for use by private manufacturers of vending and affixing machines, who applied their own designed perforations) coil stamp
have:
1903012-z1a : U. S. Automatic Vending Company type I notches (1908) coil stamp
have:
1903012-z1b : U. S. Automatic Vending Company type II notches (1908) coil stamp
have:
1903012-z1c : U. S. Automatic Vending Company type III notches (1908) coil stamp
have:
1903012-z4b : Schermack Company type II perforations (1908) coil stamp
have:
1903012-z4c : Schermack Company type III perforations (1908) coil stamp
have:
1903012-z6 : Parkhurst Company machine marks on reverse (1908) coil stamp
1903013
have:
1903013: 5 FIVE CENTS 5 - Second Bureau Issues (1902-1908) - Abraham Lincoln (perf. 12 horizontally, Less than 90 pairs exist) coil stamp
1903014
have:
1903014: 6 SIX CENTS 6 - Second Bureau Issues (1902-1908) - James A. Garfield (Claret, deep claret or brownish lake) definitive
1903015
have:
1903015: 10 TEN CENTS 10 - Second Bureau Issues (1902-1908) - Daniel Webster (Pale red brown, red brown or dark red brown) definitive
1903016
have:
1903016: 15 FIFTEEN CENTS 15 - Second Bureau Issues (1902-1908) - Henry Clay (Olive green or dark olive green) definitive
1903017
have:
1903017: 50 FIFTY CENTS 50 - Second Bureau Issues (1902-1908) - Thomas Jefferson (Orange or deep orange) definitive
1903018
have:
1903018: $1 ONE DOLLAR $1 - Second Bureau Issues (1902-1908) - David Farragut (Black or grayish black) definitive
1903019
have:
1903019: $2 TWO DOLLARS $2 - Second Bureau Issues (1902-1908) - James Madison (Dark blue or blue) definitive
have:
1903019-T1 : dark blue, Beware of fake reperfed stamps with tight-margined (1903) definitive
have:
1903019-T2 : blue (1917) definitive
1903020
have:
1903020: $5 FIVE DOLLARS $5 - Second Bureau Issues (1902-1908) - John Marshall definitive
have:
1903020-T1 : dark green, Beware of fake reperfed stamps with tight-margined (1903) definitive
have:
1903020-T2 : green (1917) quasi postal
1903021
have:
1903021: 2 TWO CENTS 2 - Second Bureau Issues (1902-1908) - George Washington (perforate, watermarked double-lined-USPS) definitive
have:
1903021-t1a : carmine, Type I: left border is intereupted by a white leaf (1903) definitive
have:
1903021-t1b : carmine-rose, Type I: left border is intereupted by a white leaf (1903) definitive
have:
1903021-t1c : scarlet, Type I: left border is intereupted by a white leaf (1903) definitive
have:
1903021-t2a : lake, Type II: Leaf left of the left 2 ends before the border (1903) definitive
have:
1903021-t2b : carmine, Type II: Leaf left of the left 2 ends before the border (1903) definitive
have:
1903021-t2c : carmine-rose, Type II: Leaf left of the left 2 ends before the border (1903) definitive
have:
1903021-t2d : scarlet, Type II: Leaf left of the left 2 ends before the border (1903) definitive
have:
1903021-v1 : vertical pair imperf., Type I: left border is intereupted by a white leaf (1903) definitive
have:
1903021-v2 : vertical pair imperf., Type II: Leaf left of the left 2 ends before the border (1903) definitive
1903022
have:
1903022: 2 TWO CENTS 2 - Second Bureau Issues (1902-1908) - George Washington booklet stamp
have:
1903022-t1a : carmine, Type I: left border is intereupted by a white leaf (1903) booklet stamp
have:
1903022-t1b : carmine-rose, Type I: left border is intereupted by a white leaf (1903) booklet stamp
have:
1903022-t1c : scarlet, Type I: left border is intereupted by a white leaf (1903) booklet stamp
have:
1903022-t2a : lake, Type II: Leaf left of the left 2 ends before the border (1903) booklet stamp
have:
1903022-t2b : carmine, Type II: Leaf left of the left 2 ends before the border (1903) booklet stamp
have:
1903022-x1a : carmine, Type I: left border is intereupted by a white leaf (1903) booklet pane of 6
have:
1903022-x1b : carmine-rose, Type I: left border is intereupted by a white leaf (1903) booklet pane of 6
have:
1903022-x1c : scarlet, Type I: left border is intereupted by a white leaf (1903) booklet pane of 6
have:
1903022-x2a : lake, Type II: left border is continuous (1903) booklet pane of 6
have:
1903022-x2b : carmine, Type II: left border is continuous (1903) booklet pane of 6
1903023
have:
1903023: 2 TWO CENTS 2 - Second Bureau Issues (1902-1908) - George Washington (imperforate, watermarked double-lined-USPS) coil stamp
have:
1903023-o : horizontal imperf pair (1906) coil stamp
have:
1903023-t1a : carmine, Type I: left border is intereupted by a white leaf (1906) coil stamp
have:
1903023-t1b : carmine-rose, Type I: left border is intereupted by a white leaf (1906) coil stamp
have:
1903023-t1c : scarlet, Type I: left border is intereupted by a white leaf (1906) coil stamp
have:
1903023-t2a : lake, Type II: left border is continuous (1906) coil stamp
have:
1903023-t2b : carmine, Type II: left border is continuous (1906) coil stamp
have:
1903023-z1a : U. S. Automatic Vending Company type I perforations (1906) coil stamp
have:
1903023-z1b : U. S. Automatic Vending Company type II notches (1906) coil stamp
have:
1903023-z1c : U. S. Automatic Vending Company type III notches (1906) coil stamp
have:
1903023-z1d : U. S. Automatic Vending Company first experimental notches (1906) coil stamp
have:
1903023-z2a : Brinkerhoff type I perforations (1906) coil stamp
have:
1903023-z2b : Brinkerhoff type II perforations (1906) coil stamp
have:
1903023-z2c : Brinkerhoff type IIa perforations (1906) coil stamp
have:
1903023-z3a : Mailometer Company type I perforations (1906) coil stamp
have:
1903023-z3b : Mailometer Company type II perforations (1906) coil stamp
have:
1903023-z3c : Mailometer Company type III perforations (1906) coil stamp
have:
1903023-z3d : Mailometer Company type IV perforations (1906) coil stamp
have:
1903023-z4a : Schermack Company type I perforations (1906) coil stamp
have:
1903023-z4b : Schermack Company type II perforations (1906) coil stamp
have:
1903023-z4c : Schermack Company type III perforations (1906) coil stamp
have:
1903023-z5 : International Vending Company perforations (1906) coil stamp
1903024
have:
1903024: 2 TWO CENTS 2 - Second Bureau Issues (1902-1908) - George Washington (perf. 12 horizontally, only 4 authenticated pairs known) coil stamp
1903025
have:
1903025: 2 TWO CENTS 2 - Second Bureau Issues (1902-1908) - George Washington (perf. 12 vertically, Only 167 examples certified) coil stamp

1904

1904001
have:
1904001: 1 ONE CENT 1 - Louisiana Purchase Expo, 1904, St Louis - Robert R. Livingston (chancellor)
1904002
have:
1904002: 2 TWO CENTS 2 - Louisiana Purchase Expo, 1904, St Louis - Thomas Jefferson
1904003
have:
1904003: 3 tHREE CENTS 3 - Louisiana Purchase Expo, 1904, St Louis - James Monroe
1904004
have:
1904004: 5 FIVE CENTS 5 - Louisiana Purchase Expo, 1904, St Louis - William McKinley
1904005
have:
1904005: 10 TEN CENTS 10 - Louisiana Purchase Expo, 1904, St Louis - Map of Louisiana Purchase

1907

1907001
have:
1907001: 1 - Jamestown Exposition - John Smith (explorer)
1907002
have:
1907002: 2 - Jamestown Exposition - Founding of Jamestown, Ship
1907003
have:
1907003: 5 - Jamestown Exposition - Pocahontas

1908

1908001
have:
1908001: ONE CENT - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - Benjamin Franklin (ONE CENT) definitive
have:
1908001-o : horizontal imperf pair, Unique? (1908) definitive
have:
1908001-T1 : perf. 12, watermarked double-lined-USPS (1908) definitive
have:
1908001-T2 : bluish paper (1909) definitive
have:
1908001-T3 : perf. 12, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1910) definitive
1908002
have:
1908002: ONE CENT - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - Benjamin Franklin booklet stamp
have:
1908002-x : , watermarked double-lined-USPS (1908) booklet pane of 6
have:
1908002-X2 : , watermarked single-lined-USPS (1908) booklet pane of 6
1908003
have:
1908003: ONE CENT - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - Benjamin Franklin (imperforate) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908003-O1 : watermarked double-lined-USPS (1908) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908003-O2 : watermarked single-lined-USPS (1911) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908003-o4 : single line USPS watermark, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1911) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908003-ov : vertical pair (1908) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908003-t1a : U. S. Automatic Vending Company type I notches (1908) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908003-t1b : U. S. Automatic Vending Company type II notches (1908) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908003-t1c : U. S. Automatic Vending Company type III notches (1908) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908003-t2a : Brinkerhoff Company perforations type I (1908) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908003-t2b : Brinkerhoff Company perforations type II (1908) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908003-t2c : Brinkerhoff Company perforations type IIa (1908) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908003-t3a : Mailometer Company type I perforations (1908) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908003-t3b : Mailometer Company type II perforations (1908) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908003-t3c : Mailometer Company type III perforations (1908) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908003-t3d : Mailometer Company type IV perforations (1908) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908003-t4c : Schermack Company type III perforations (1908) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908003-t5 : Farwell type A perforations, 4WC5 holes (1910) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908003-t9 : Attleboro Stamp Company perforation inverted with notch at top of stamp instead of bottom; vertical coil pair; according to collector "Only 11 stamps in coil with this error" (1908) definitive (imperforate)
1908004
have:
1908004: ONE CENT - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - Benjamin Franklin (perf. horizontally) coil stamp
have:
1908004-T1 : perf. 12 horizontally, watermarked double-lined-USPS (1908) coil stamp
have:
1908004-T2 : perf. 12 horizontally, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1910) coil stamp
have:
1908004-T3 : perf 8½ horizontally, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1911) coil stamp
1908005
have:
1908005: ONE CENT - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - Benjamin Franklin (perf. vertically) coil stamp
have:
1908005-T1 : perf. 12 vertically, watermarked double-lined-USPS (1909) coil stamp
have:
1908005-T2 : perf. 12 vertically, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1910) coil stamp
have:
1908005-T3 : perf 8½ vertically, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1911) coil stamp
1908006
have:
1908006: TWO CENTS - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington (TWO CENTS) definitive
have:
1908006-T1 : perf. 12, watermarked double-lined-USPS (1908) definitive
have:
1908006-T2 : bluish paper (1909) definitive
have:
1908006-T3 : carmine, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1910) definitive
have:
1908006-t4 : lake, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1910) definitive
have:
1908006-T5 : perf. 11, unwatermarked, watermarked double-lined-USPS (1917) definitive
1908007
have:
1908007: TWO CENTS - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington booklet stamp
have:
1908007-x : , watermarked double-lined-USPS (1908) booklet pane of 6
have:
1908007-X2 : , watermarked single-lined-USPS (1911) booklet pane of 6
1908008
have:
1908008: TWO CENTS - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington (imperforate) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908008-T1 : watermarked double-lined-USPS (1908) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908008-t1a : U. S. Automatic Vending Company type I notches (1908) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908008-t1b : U. S. Automatic Vending Company type II notches (1908) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908008-t1c : U. S. Automatic Vending Company type III notches (1908) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908008-t2a : Brinkerhoff Company perforations type I (1908) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908008-t2b : Brinkerhoff Company perforations type II (1908) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908008-t2c : Brinkerhoff Company perforations type IIb (1908) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908008-t3a : Mailometer Company type I perforations (1908) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908008-t3c : Mailometer Company type III perforations (1908) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908008-t3d : Mailometer Company type IV perforations (1908) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908008-t4c : Schermack Company type III perforations (1908) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908008-t5b : Farwell type A perforations, 4WC5 holes (1908) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908008-t5c : Farwell Company perforations; Group 5; Type A (1908) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908008-T6 : watermarked single-lined-USPS (1911) definitive
1908009
have:
1908009: TWO CENTS - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington (perf. horizontally) coil stamp
have:
1908009-T1 : perf. 12 horizontally, watermarked double-lined-USPS (1909) coil stamp
have:
1908009-T2 : perf. 12 horizontally, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1910) coil stamp
have:
1908009-T3 : perf 8½ horizontally, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1910) coil stamp
1908010
have:
1908010: TWO CENTS - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington (perf. vertically) coil stamp
have:
1908010-T1 : 3pv12, watermarked double-lined-USPS (1909) coil stamp
have:
1908010-T2 : 3pv12, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1910) coil stamp
have:
1908010-T3 : perf 8½ vertically, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1910) coil stamp
1908011
have:
1908011: 3 CENTS 3 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington definitive
have:
1908011-T1 : Type I: Top line of the toga rope is weak and the rope shading lines are thin, The fifth line from the left is missing. The line between the lips is thin, perf. 12 (1908) definitive
have:
1908011-T2 : bluish paper (1909) definitive
have:
1908011-T3 : perf. 12, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1911) definitive
have:
1908011-T4 : type I: 1) Only one shading line in the ribbon curl, 2) The top line of toga and cord is weak, 3) White dash under the ear, 4) The shading lines stop in front of the ear and form line around lock of hair, 5) Lock of hair behind ear is formed at the bottom by two lines of shading, the lower being shorter, 6) Shading lines to the just to the left of the ear look to be solid, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) definitive
have:
1908011-T5 : type I: 1) Only one shading line in the ribbon curl, 2) The top line of toga and cord is weak, 3) White dash under the ear, 4) The shading lines stop in front of the ear and form line around lock of hair, 5) Lock of hair behind ear is formed at the bottom by two lines of shading, the lower being shorter, 6) Shading lines to the just to the left of the ear look to be solid, perf. 10, unwatermarked (1916) definitive
have:
1908011-T6 : type I: 1) Only one shading line in the ribbon curl, 2) The top line of toga and cord is weak, 3) White dash under the ear, 4) The shading lines stop in front of the ear and form line around lock of hair, 5) Lock of hair behind ear is formed at the bottom by two lines of shading, the lower being shorter, 6) Shading lines to the just to the left of the ear look to be solid, perf. 11, unwatermarked (1917) definitive
have:
1908011-T7 : type II: 1) Only one shading line in the ribbon curl, 2) The top line of toga and cord are heavy. The lines in the toga button are heavy, 3) There is no white dash under the ear, or it is very thin, 4) The shading lines in front of the ear are joined by another line at their ends, 5) Lock of hair behind ear is formed at the bottom by two lines of shading, of equal length, 6) The top line of the lock does not join the other lock lines at the bottom, 7) There is thin lock of hair directly in front of the ear, perf. 11, unwatermarked (1917) definitive
have:
1908011-T8 : type III: 1) There are two shading line in the ribbon curl, 2) The top line of toga and cord are heavy. The lines in the toga button are heavy, 3) There is no white dash under the ear, 4) The shading lines in front of the ear are joined by another line at their ends, 5) Lock of hair behind ear is formed at the bottom by two lines of shading, the bottom line is slightly longer, 6) The top line of the lock does not join the other lock lines at the bottom, 7) There is thin lock of hair directly in front of the ear, Offset Printing (1918) definitive
have:
1908011-T8a : double impression, Offset Printing (1918) error print or variety
have:
1908011-T9 : type IV: Top line of the toga is broken, the first and last lines of shading; in the toga button form a "D" and reversed "D"; the line of color in the left "2" is usually broken or thin., Offset Printing (1918) definitive
have:
1908011-T9a : double impression, Offset Printing (1918) error print or variety
have:
1908011-TA : type II: 1) Only one shading line in the ribbon curl, 2) The top line of toga and cord are heavy. The lines in the toga button are heavy, 3) There is no white dash under the ear, or it is very thin, 4) The shading lines in front of the ear are joined by another line at their ends, 5) Lock of hair behind ear is formed at the bottom by two lines of shading, of equal length, 6) The top line of the lock does not join the other lock lines at the bottom, 7) There is thin lock of hair directly in front of the ear, Rotary Press Printing: about 19½ to 20mm wide and 23mm in height (1919) definitive
1908012
have:
1908012: 3 CENTS 3 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington (imperforate, watermarked double-lined-USPS) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908012-t1a : U. S. Automatic Vending Company type I notches (1909) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908012-t1b : U. S. Automatic Vending Company type II notches (1909) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908012-t1c : U. S. Automatic Vending Company type III notches (1909) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908012-t2a : Brinkerhoff type I perforations (1909) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908012-t2b : Brinkerhoff type II perforations (1909) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908012-t3a : Mailometer Company type I perforations (1909) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908012-t3c : Mailometer Company type III perforations (1909) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908012-t3d : Mailometer Company type IV perforations (1909) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908012-t4c : Schermack Company type III perforations (1909) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908012-t5 : International Vending Company perforations (1909) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908012-T6 : type II: 1) Only one shading line in the ribbon curl, 2) The top line of toga and cord are heavy. The lines in the toga button are heavy, 3) There is no white dash under the ear, or it is very thin, 4) The shading lines in front of the ear are joined by another line at their ends, 5) Lock of hair behind ear is formed at the bottom by two lines of shading, of equal length, 6) The top line of the lock does not join the other lock lines at the bottom, 7) There is thin lock of hair directly in front of the ear, unwatermarked (1917) definitive
have:
1908012-T7 : type I: 1) Only one shading line in the ribbon curl, 2) The top line of toga and cord is weak, 3) White dash under the ear, 4) The shading lines stop in front of the ear and form line around lock of hair, 5) Lock of hair behind ear is formed at the bottom by two lines of shading, the lower being shorter, 6) Shading lines to the just to the left of the ear look to be solid, unwatermarked (1917) definitive
have:
1908012-T7e : 48 examples issued (1917) error print or variety
have:
1908012-T8 : type IV: Top line of the toga is broken, the first and last lines of shading; in the toga button form a "D" and reversed "D"; the line of color in the left "2" is usually broken or thin., offset printing (1918) definitive
have:
1908012-T8b : double impression, offset printing (1918) error print or variety
1908013
have:
1908013: 3 CENTS 3 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington (single line USPS watermark - perf 12 vertically) coil stamp
have:
1908013-T1 : perf. 12 vertically, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1911) coil stamp
have:
1908013-T2 : perf 8½ vertically, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1911) coil stamp
have:
1908013-T3 : Flat Plate Printing: about 18½-19mm wide and 22¼mm in height (often fakes!), perf. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) coil stamp
have:
1908013-T4 : type I: 1) Only one shading line in the ribbon curl, 2) The top line of toga and cord is weak, 3) White dash under the ear, 4) The shading lines stop in front of the ear and form line around lock of hair, 5) Lock of hair behind ear is formed at the bottom by two lines of shading, the lower being shorter, 6) Shading lines to the just to the left of the ear look to be solid, perf. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1916) coil stamp
have:
1908013-T5 : type I: 1) Only one shading line in the ribbon curl, 2) The top line of toga and cord is weak, 3) White dash under the ear, 4) The shading lines stop in front of the ear and form line around lock of hair, 5) Lock of hair behind ear is formed at the bottom by two lines of shading, the lower being shorter, 6) Shading lines to the just to the left of the ear look to be solid, unwatermarked (1917) coil stamp
have:
1908013-T6 : type II: 1) Only one shading line in the ribbon curl, 2) The top line of toga and cord are heavy. The lines in the toga button are heavy, 3) There is no white dash under the ear, or it is very thin, 4) The shading lines in front of the ear are joined by another line at their ends, 5) Lock of hair behind ear is formed at the bottom by two lines of shading, of equal length, 6) The top line of the lock does not join the other lock lines at the bottom, 7) There is thin lock of hair directly in front of the ear, unwatermarked (1918) coil stamp
1908014
have:
1908014: 3 CENTS 3 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington (type I: 1) Only one shading line in the ribbon curl, 2) The top line of toga and cord is weak, 3) White dash under the ear, 4) The shading lines stop in front of the ear and form line around lock of hair, 5) Lock of hair behind ear is formed at the bottom by two lines of shading, the lower being shorter, 6) Shading lines to the just to the left of the ear look to be solid, perf. 10, unwatermarked) coil stamp
1908015
have:
1908015: 3 CENTS 3 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington (type I: 1) Only one shading line in the ribbon curl, 2) The top line of toga and cord is weak, 3) White dash under the ear, 4) The shading lines stop in front of the ear and form line around lock of hair, 5) Lock of hair behind ear is formed at the bottom by two lines of shading, the lower being shorter, 6) Shading lines to the just to the left of the ear look to be solid, perf. 11) booklet stamp
have:
1908015-x1 : light violet - perf 11, type I: 1) Only one shading line in the ribbon curl, 2) The top line of toga and cord is weak, 3) White dash under the ear, 4) The shading lines stop in front of the ear and form line around lock of hair, 5) Lock of hair behind ear is formed at the bottom by two lines of shading, the lower being shorter, 6) Shading lines to the just to the left of the ear look to be solid (1917) booklet pane of 6
have:
1908015-x2 : dark violet - perf 11, type II: 1) Only one shading line in the ribbon curl, 2) The top line of toga and cord are heavy. The lines in the toga button are heavy, 3) There is no white dash under the ear, or it is very thin, 4) The shading lines in front of the ear are joined by another line at their ends, 5) Lock of hair behind ear is formed at the bottom by two lines of shading, of equal length, 6) The top line of the lock does not join the other lock lines at the bottom, 7) There is thin lock of hair directly in front of the ear (1917) booklet pane of 6
1908016
have:
1908016: 4 CENTS 4 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington definitive
have:
1908016-T1 : perf. 12, watermarked double-lined-USPS (1908) definitive
have:
1908016-T2 : bluish paper (1909) definitive
have:
1908016-T3 : perf. 12, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1911) definitive
have:
1908016-T4 : brown, perf. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) definitive
have:
1908016-T5 : orange brown, unwatermarked (1916) definitive
have:
1908016-T6 : Flat Plate Printing: about 18½-19mm wide and 22¼mm in height (often fakes!), perf. 11, unwatermarked (1917) definitive
1908017
have:
1908017: 4 CENTS 4 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington (imperforate) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908017-t1a : U. S. Automatic Vending Company type I notches (1909) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908017-t1b : U. S. Automatic Vending Company type II notches (1909) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908017-t1c : U. S. Automatic Vending Company type III notches (1909) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908017-t2a : Brinkerhoff type I perforations (1909) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908017-t2b : Brinkerhoff type II perforations (1909) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908017-t3a : Mailometer Company type I perforations (1909) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908017-t3c : Mailometer Company type III perforations (1909) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908017-t4c : Schermack Company type III perforations (1909) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908017-t4d : Schermack Company type IV perforations (1909) definitive (imperforate)
1908018
have:
1908018: 4 CENTS 4 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington (perf. horizontally) coil stamp
1908019
have:
1908019: 4 CENTS 4 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington (perf. vertically) coil stamp
have:
1908019-T1 : perf. 12 vertically, watermarked double-lined-USPS (1909) coil stamp
have:
1908019-T2 : perf 8½ vertically, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1912) coil stamp
have:
1908019-T3 : Flat Plate Printing: about 18½-19mm wide and 22¼mm in height (often fakes!), perf. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) coil stamp
have:
1908019-T4 : Rotary Press Printing: about 19½ to 20mm wide and 23mm in height , perf. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1916) coil stamp
have:
1908019-T5 : perf. 10 vertically, unwatermarked (1917) coil stamp
1908020
have:
1908020: 5 CENTS 5 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington definitive
have:
1908020-T1 : perf. 12, watermarked double-lined-USPS (1908) definitive
have:
1908020-T2 : bluish paper (1909) definitive
have:
1908020-T3 : perf. 12, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1911) definitive
have:
1908020-T4 : Flat Plate Printing: about 18½-19mm wide and 22¼mm in height (often fakes!), perf. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) definitive
have:
1908020-T5 : perf. 12x10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) error print or variety
have:
1908020-T6 : Flat Plate Printing: about 18½-19mm wide and 22¼mm in height (often fakes!), perf. 10, unwatermarked (1916) definitive
have:
1908020-T6b : five cent red error: a 2c stamp printed in error with a 5c value, perf. 10, unwatermarked (1917) error print or variety
have:
1908020-T7 : Flat Plate Printing: about 18½-19mm wide and 22¼mm in height (often fakes!), perf. 11, unwatermarked (1917) definitive
have:
1908020-T7a : Imperforate horizontally, perf. 11, unwatermarked (1917) error print or variety
have:
1908020-T7b : double impression, perf. 11, unwatermarked (1917) error print or variety
have:
1908020-T7c : 5-cent rose error, perf. 11, unwatermarked (1917) error print or variety
1908021
have:
1908021: 5 CENTS 5 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington (Imperforate) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908021-t1a : U. S. Automatic Vending Company type I notches (1909) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908021-t1b : U. S. Automatic Vending Company type II notches (1909) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908021-t1c : U. S. Automatic Vending Company type III notches (1909) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908021-t2a : Brinkerhoff type I perforations (1909) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908021-t2b : Brinkerhoff type II perforations (1909) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908021-t3a : Mailometer Company type I perforations (1909) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908021-t3d : Mailometer Company type IV perforations (1909) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1908021-t4c : Schermack Company type III perforations (1909) definitive (imperforate)
1908022
have:
1908022: 5 CENTS 5 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington (perf. horizontally) coil stamp
1908023
have:
1908023: 5 CENTS 5 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington (perf. vertically) coil stamp
have:
1908023-T1 : perf. 12 vertically, watermarked double-lined-USPS (1909) coil stamp
have:
1908023-T2 : perf 8½ vertically, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1913) coil stamp
have:
1908023-T3 : Flat Plate Printing: about 18½-19mm wide and 22¼mm in height (often fakes!), watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) definitive
have:
1908023-T4 : Rotary Press Printing: about 19½ to 20mm wide and 23mm in height , watermarked single-lined-USPS (1916) definitive
have:
1908023-T5 : Rotary Press Printing: about 19½ to 20mm wide and 23mm in height , unwatermarked (1919) coil stamp
1908024
have:
1908024: 6 CENTS 6 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington definitive
have:
1908024-T1 : perf. 12, watermarked double-lined-USPS (1909) definitive
have:
1908024-T2 : bluish paper (1909) definitive
have:
1908024-T3 : perf. 12, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1911) definitive
have:
1908024-T4 : Flat Plate Printing: about 18½-19mm wide and 22¼mm in height (often fakes!), perf. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) definitive
have:
1908024-T5 : Flat Plate Printing: about 18½-19mm wide and 22¼mm in height (often fakes!), perf. 10, unwatermarked (1916) definitive
have:
1908024-T6 : Flat Plate Printing: about 18½-19mm wide and 22¼mm in height (often fakes!), perf. 11, unwatermarked (1917) definitive
1908025
have:
1908025: 8 CENTS 8 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington definitive
have:
1908025-T1 : watermarked double-lined-USPS (1908) definitive
have:
1908025-T2 : bluish paper (1909) definitive
have:
1908025-T3 : watermarked single-lined-USPS (1911) definitive
1908026
have:
1908026: 10 - Helmet of Mercury and Olive Branch special delivery

1909

1909001
have:
1909001: 10 CENTS 10 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington definitive
have:
1909001-T1 : watermarked double-lined-USPS (1909) definitive
have:
1909001-T2 : bluish paper (1909) definitive
have:
1909001-T3 : watermarked single-lined-USPS (1911) definitive
1909002
have:
1909002: 10 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington (perf. vertically) definitive
1909003
have:
1909003: 13 CENTS 13 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington (blue green) definitive
have:
1909003-T1 (1909) definitive
have:
1909003-T2 : bluish paper (1909) definitive
1909004
have:
1909004: 15 CENTS 15 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington definitive
have:
1909004-T1 : watermarked double-lined-USPS (1909) definitive
have:
1909004-T2 : bluish paper (1909) definitive
have:
1909004-T3 : watermarked single-lined-USPS (1911) definitive
1909005
have:
1909005: 50 CENTS 50 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington definitive
1909006
have:
1909006: 1 DOLLAR 1 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington definitive
1909007
have:
1909007: TWO CENTS - Abraham Lincoln: 100th anniversary - Abraham Lincoln
have:
1909007-T1 (1909)
have:
1909007-T2 : bluish paper (1909)
1909008
have:
1909008: TWO CENTS - Abraham Lincoln: 100th anniversary - Abraham Lincoln (imperforate)
have:
1909008-t1a : U.S. Automatic Vending Company Type I notches (1909)
have:
1909008-t1b : U.S. Automatic Vending Company Type II notches (1909)
have:
1909008-t1c : U.S. Automatic Vending Company Type III notches (1909)
have:
1909008-t2a : Brinkerhoff Company Type I perforations (1909)
have:
1909008-t2b : Brinkerhoff Company Type IIa perforations (1909)
have:
1909008-t3a : Mailometer Company Type I perforations (1909)
have:
1909008-t3b : Mailometer Company Type II perforations (1909)
have:
1909008-t3c : Mailometer Company Type III perforations (1909)
have:
1909008-t3d : Mailometer Company Type IV perforations (1909)
have:
1909008-t4a : Schermack Company Type I perforations (1909)
have:
1909008-t4b : Schermack Company Type II perforations (1909)
have:
1909008-t4c : Schermack Company Type III perforations (1909)
1909009
have:
1909009: 2 TWO CENTS 2 - Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition - William H. Seward
1909010
have:
1909010: 2 TWO CENTS 2 - Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition - William H. Seward (imperforate)
have:
1909010-t1b : U.S. Automatic Vending Company Type II notches (1909)
have:
1909010-t1c : U.S. Automatic Vending Company Type III notches (1909)
have:
1909010-t2b : Brinkerhoff Company Type II perforations (1909)
have:
1909010-t3a : Mailometer Company Type I perforations (1909)
have:
1909010-t3b : Mailometer Company Type II perforations (1909)
have:
1909010-t3c : Mailometer Company Type III perforations (1909)
have:
1909010-t4c : Schermack Company Type III perforations (1909)
1909011
have:
1909011: 2 TWO CENTS 2 - Hudson-Fulton Celebration - Henry Hudson, sailing ship Half Moon, Fulton's steamboat SS Clermont along the Hudson River
1909012
have:
1909012: 2 TWO CENTS 2 - Hudson-Fulton Celebration - Henry Hudson, sailing ship Half Moon, Fulton's steamboat SS Clermont along the Hudson River (imperforate)




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