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United States of America 1910

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1911: Naval Station, Tutuila, was renamed American Samoa; the station continued to operate separate from territorial governance until 1951.
1912: New Mexico Territory was admitted as the 47th state, New Mexico. Arizona Territory was admitted as the forty-eighth state, Arizona.
The Danish Virgin Islands were purchased from Denmark and renamed the United States Virgin Islands.
The United States remained neutral from the outbreak of World War I in 1914 until 1917 when it joined the war as an Associated Power alongside the formal Allies of World War I, helping to turn the tide against the Central Powers. In 1919, President Woodrow Wilson took a leading diplomatic role at the Paris Peace Conference and advocated strongly for the U.S. to join the League of Nations. However, the Senate refused to approve this and did not ratify the Treaty of Versailles that established the League of Nations.

The 1-cent Washington went through 30 different renditions from its first printing in 1912 through its last version in 1922. Among its printings include some of the most sought-after stamps of the entire Bureau Period. It paid the card rate of one cent. When the last 1-cent Washington was sold in 1925, over 45 billion had been issued.

The Post Office Department issued the first 10-cent Franklin stamp of the Third Bureau Issue in January of 1912. It paid the domestic registered mail fee. By the time the last 10-cent Franklin stamps were sold, more than 1.8 billion had been issued.

The 2-dollar Franklin was bi-colored, as was its 5-dollar companion. Though planned to be printed with a red frame and black vignette, the earliest printings had a distinctly orange frame. These were available on August 19, 1918. The Bureau quickly remedied the situation and issued the appropriate red frame on November 1. It printed 791,380 of these stamps through fiscal year 1924. The 2-dollar Franklin's obvious usages included postage on heavy items and on registered items that had substantial value and required high indemnification. The earliest stamps with the orange frame are very scarce.

1914 saw the first use of the Rotary plates for production. The rotary plates were flat plates that were curved in order to fit the rotary machine. The plates were 17 stamps wide by 10 stamps high. Two pairs of these plates resulted in 340 coil stamps with each printing. Curving the plate increased the width of the stamp from 22¼ mm that flat plates produce to a slightly wider 23mm. Where the two plates join a thin line of color lies between the stamps, this is known as a line pair and command a price premium. Unfortunately the curvature of the plate caused the ink to smudge on the stamp. Type II was produced where the areas prone to smudging were re-engraved. But it didn't., now areas of the stamp became under-inked. So type III was produced.

During the World War I questions of economy were paramount and the Bureau finding that unwatermarked paper could be bought at considerable saving specified this for their contracts effective July 1, 1916. On August 22 this new paper was first used. These stamps were almost entirely overlooked by both collectors and dealers. The single line watermark on the previous stamps was almost invisible and this unwatermarked variety not being an obvious change either as to design or perforation comparatively few were saved. It was current for less than six months and is one of the most desirable one cent regular issued stamps of the twentieth century. Because of the obscurity of the watermark on the previous issue care should be taken when classifying a stamp of this variety.

The first air mail service in 1918.
One of the more famous stamps of the world : inverted Jenny, only one plate of 100 stamps were found by a collector when this stamp was sold! after another collector cut the 100 stamps to make a small package like a 4 block and a 1 in a medallion for his wife !

Early in 1914 the Post Office Department prepared a special Peace issue to commemorate the 100th anniversary of peace among English-speaking nations, which dated to The Treaty of Ghent, signed on December 24, 1814, to end the War of 1812. Hostilities raging in Europe, however, made it inadvisable to continue with preparations of the stamps in 1914. The November 11, 1918, triumph of the Allies in World War I presented the opportunity for a multi-stamp issue to celebrate the great victory. With the Bureau busy making Liberty Bonds and revenue stamps, materials shortages and limited time, it was decided to issue only a single stamp. The 3-cent Victory issue featured the allegorical figure of the Goddess of Liberty Victorious holding a sword in one hand and the Scales of Justice in the other. The figure is framed by the flags of the five allied countries most engaged in the conflict— Great Britain, Belgium, the U.S., Italy, and France (left to right). The laudable theme not withstanding, the public did not receive the stamp well. The designs cluttered appearance, its shaded background, and its light violet color presented a blurred and unsatisfactory appearance. In fact, the lack of public interest was acknowledged by the Post Office Department which, shortly after releasing the stamp, issued a directive to postmasters stating, The issue of the Liberty Victorious is not sufficiently large to take the place of the regular issue of 3-cent stamps, and postmasters will, therefore, supply them only to patrons who request them.

1911

1911001
have:
1911001: 10 - Eagle registration stamp

1912

1912001
have:
1912001: 1 CENT 1 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington (1 CENT 1) definitive
have:
1912001-T1 : perf. 12, watermarked double-lined-USPS (1912) definitive
have:
1912001-T2 : Flat Plate Printing: about 18½-19mm wide and 22¼mm in height (often fakes!), perf. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) definitive
have:
1912001-T3 : perf. 10, unwatermarked (1916) definitive
have:
1912001-T4 : Flat Plate Printing: about 18½-19mm wide and 22¼mm in height (often fakes!), perf. 11, unwatermarked (1917) definitive
have:
1912001-t4a : Vert. pair, imperf. horiz. (1917) error print or variety
have:
1912001-t4b : Horiz pair, imperf. between (often these are just blind perfs) (1917) error print or variety
have:
1912001-t4c : Vertical pair, imperf. between (often these are just blind perfs) (1917) error print or variety
have:
1912001-t4d : double impression (1917) error print or variety
have:
1912001-T5 : Rotary Press Printing: about 19½ to 20mm wide and 23mm in height , Rotary Press Printing: about 19½ to 20mm wide and 23mm in height (1919) definitive
have:
1912001-T5b : Imperforate Horizontally, Rotary Press Printing: about 19½ to 20mm wide and 23mm in height (1919) error print or variety
have:
1912001-T6 : Green or bluish green - Perf. 10 x 11 - Most stamps are off center, Rotary Press Printing: about 19½ to 20mm wide and 23mm in height (1920) definitive
have:
1912001-T7 : Green or deep green, Rotary Press Printing: about 19½ to 20mm wide and 23mm in height (1921) definitive
have:
1912001-T7a : Imperforate Between, Rotary Press Printing: about 19½ to 20mm wide and 23mm in height (1921) error print or variety
have:
1912001-T7b : Rotary press sheet waste - Perf. 11 - Less than 100 exist, of which less than 20 are mint - Most stamps are off center., Rotary Press Printing: about 19½ to 20mm wide and 23mm in height (1923) error print or variety
have:
1912001-T7c : Rotary press coil waste - Perf. 11 - Most stamps are off center, Rotary Press Printing: about 19½ to 20mm wide and 23mm in height (1921) error print or variety
have:
1912001-ta : perf. 10x12, only 41 stamps known to exist (34 with Dayton precancel), frequently found with counterfeit perforations, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) error print or variety
have:
1912001-tb : perf. 12x10, 33 used examples known to exist, frequently found with counterfeit perforations, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) error print or variety
1912002
have:
1912002: 1 CENT 1 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington booklet stamp
have:
1912002-x : perf. 12, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1912) booklet pane of 6
have:
1912002-x2 : perf. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) booklet pane of 6
have:
1912002-x3 : perf. 10, unwatermarked (1916) booklet pane of 6
have:
1912002-x4 : perf. 11 - Flat Plate Printings, unwatermarked (1917) booklet pane of 6
have:
1912002-x5 : perf. 11 - Flat Plate Printings, unwatermarked (1917) booklet pane of 30
1912003
have:
1912003: 1 CENT 1 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington (imperforate) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912003-T1 : Flat Plate Printing: about 18½-19mm wide and 22¼mm in height (often fakes!), watermarked single-lined-USPS (1912) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912003-t1a : U. S. Automatic Vending Company type I notches (1912) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912003-t1c : U. S. Automatic Vending Company type III notches (1912) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912003-t2a : Brinkerhoff Company perforations; Type I (1912) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912003-t2b : Brinkerhoff Company perforations; Type II (1912) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912003-t2b2 : Brinkerhoff Company perforations; Type IIb (1912) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912003-t2c : Brinkerhoff Company perforations; Type III (1912) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912003-t3a : Mailometer Company perforations; Type I (1912) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912003-t3d : Mailometer Company perforations; Type IV (1912) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912003-t4c : Schermack Company perforations; Type III (1912) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912003-t5a : Farwell Company group 4 type A (1912) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912003-t5b : Farwell Company group 4 type B (1912) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912003-t5c : Farwell type A perforations, 4WC5 holes (1912) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912003-t6 : Kansas City Roulette bottom plate (1914) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912003-T7 : imperforate, unwatermarked (1916) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912003-x : single line USPS watermark - imperforate - All known examples are without gum (1914) booklet pane of 6
1912004
have:
1912004: 1 CENT 1 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington (perf. horizontally) coil stamp
have:
1912004-T1 : perf 8½ horizontally, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1912) coil stamp
have:
1912004-T2 : Flat Plate Printing: about 18½-19mm wide and 22¼mm in height (often fakes!), watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) coil stamp
have:
1912004-T3 : Rotary Press Printing: about 19½ to 20mm wide and 23mm in height , watermarked single-lined-USPS (1915) coil stamp
have:
1912004-T4 : Rotary Press Printing: about 19½ to 20mm wide and 23mm in height , perf. 10, unwatermarked (1918) coil stamp
1912005
have:
1912005: 1 CENT 1 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington (perf. vertically) coil stamp
have:
1912005-T1 : perf 8½ vertically, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1912) coil stamp
have:
1912005-T2 : Flat Plate Printing: about 18½-19mm wide and 22¼mm in height (often fakes!), perf. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) coil stamp
have:
1912005-T3 : Rotary Press Printing: about 19½ to 20mm wide and 23mm in height , perf. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) coil stamp
have:
1912005-T4 : perf. 10, unwatermarked (1916) coil stamp
1912006
have:
1912006: 2 CENTS 2 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington (2 CENTS 2) definitive
have:
1912006-T1 : carmine, perf. 12, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1912) definitive
have:
1912006-T2 : 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. 12, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1912) definitive
have:
1912006-T3 : Flat Plate Printing: about 18½-19mm wide and 22¼mm in height (often fakes!), perf. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) definitive
have:
1912006-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. 11, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1915) definitive
have:
1912006-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:
1912006-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:
1912006-t6a : Vert. pair, imperf. horiz (often these are just blind perfs) (1917) error print or variety
have:
1912006-T6b : Horiz pair, imperf.vert. (often these are just blind perfs) (1917) error print or variety
have:
1912006-T6c : Vert. pair, imperf. between (often these are just blind perfs) (1917) error print or variety
have:
1912006-t6d : double impression (1917) error print or variety
have:
1912006-t6e : lake, 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) definitive
have:
1912006-T7 : type Ia: 1) Only one shading line in the ribbon curl, 2) Shading of toga button is heavy, all the lines are stronger, deep rose (1917) definitive
have:
1912006-T8 : 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
have:
1912006-T8B : 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, Rotary Press Printing: about 19½ to 20mm wide and 23mm in height (1919) definitive
have:
1912006-T8b2 : 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, Rotary press - Perf. 11 - imperforate horizontally (1919) error print or variety
have:
1912006-T8b3 : 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, Rotary press - Perf. 11 - imperforate vertically - Less than 25 pairs exist (1919) error print or variety
have:
1912006-T9a : 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 (1920) definitive
have:
1912006-T9b : type V: Top line of the toga is complete, there are five vertical lines; of shading in the toga button, the line of color; in the left "2" is usually broken or thin., Offset Printing (1920) definitive
have:
1912006-T9c : type Va: As type V, except that the third row of dots from the bottom, on the shading of the nose, has four dots instead of six., Offset Printing (1920) definitive
have:
1912006-T9c2 : double impression, Offset Printing (1920) error print or variety
have:
1912006-T9d : type VI: as type V, except that the line of color in the left '2' is very heavy, Offset Printing (1920) definitive
have:
1912006-T9e : type VII: as type V, except that there is an additional row of dots; to the upper lip, additional dots in the hair have been added and the line of color in the left two is usually continuous., Offset Printing (1920) definitive
have:
1912006-TA : perf. 12x10. Only 28 used copies and one unused copy survives., watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) definitive
have:
1912006-TB : 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, Rotary press coil waste - Most stamps are off center - Beware of fakes: reperfed and narrow, the width should be 20.5mm or greater (1921) error print or variety
1912007
have:
1912007: 2 CENTS 2 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington booklet stamp
have:
1912007-x : , perf. 12, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1912) booklet pane of 6
have:
1912007-x3 : rose red, perf. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) booklet pane of 6
have:
1912007-x4 : , perf. 10, unwatermarked (1916) booklet pane of 6
have:
1912007-x5 : , perf. 11, unwatermarked (1917) booklet pane of 6
have:
1912007-x6 : used by the American Expeditionary Force in France, perf. 11, unwatermarked (1917) booklet pane of 30
1912008
have:
1912008: 2 CENTS 2 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington (imperforate) definitive
have:
1912008-T1 : watermarked single-lined-USPS, Type I: One shading line in the first curve of the ribbon above the left 2. One in the second curve of the ribbon above the right 2 - Button of the toga has a faint outline. Top line of the toga rope, from the button to the front of the throat, very faint. Shading lines at face terminate in front of the ear with little or no joining, forming a lock of hair (1912) definitive
have:
1912008-t1a : U. S. Automatic Vending Company type I notches (1912) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912008-t1b : U. S. Automatic Vending Company type II notches (1912) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912008-t1c : U. S. Automatic Vending Company type III notches (1912) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912008-t2a : Brinkerhoff type I perforations (1912) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912008-t2b : Brinkerhoff type II perforations (1912) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912008-t2c : Brinkerhoff type IIb perforations (1912) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912008-t3a : Mailometer Company perforations; Type I (1912) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912008-t3d : Mailometer Company perforations; Type IV (1912) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912008-t4c : Schermack Company perforations; Type III (1912) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912008-t5a : Farwell Company group 4 type A (1912) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912008-t5b : Farwell Company group 4 type B (1912) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912008-t5c : Farwell type A perforations, 4WC5 holes (1912) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912008-t6 : Kansas City Roulette bottom plate (1914) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912008-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, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912008-T8 : 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 (1916) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912008-t8b : Issued imperforate, but all copies were privately perfortaied (Schermack) (many fakes !) - deep rose - Type Ia: One shading line in the first curve of the ribbon above the left 2. One in the second curve of the ribbon above the right 2 - Button of the toga are stronger. (1916) definitive
have:
1912008-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 (1920) definitive (imperforate)
have:
1912008-T9b : type V: Top line of the toga is complete, there are five vertical lines; of shading in the toga button, the line of color; in the left "2" is usually broken or thin., offset printing (1920) definitive
have:
1912008-T9c : type Va: As type V, except that the third row of dots from the bottom, on the shading of the nose, has four dots instead of six., offset printing (1920) definitive
have:
1912008-T9d : type VI: as type V, except that the line of color in the left '2' is very heavy, offset printing (1920) definitive
have:
1912008-T9e : type VII: as type V, except that there is an additional row of dots; to the upper lip, additional dots in the hair have been added and the line of color in the left two is usually continuous., offset printing (1920) definitive
1912009
have:
1912009: 2 CENTS 2 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington (perf. horizontally) coil stamp
have:
1912009-T1 : perf 8½ horizontally, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1912) coil stamp
have:
1912009-T2 : Flat Plate Printing: about 18½-19mm wide and 22¼mm in height (often fakes!), perf. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) definitive
have:
1912009-T3 : 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 (1915) coil stamp
have:
1912009-T4 : 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, perf. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1916) coil stamp
have:
1912009-T5 : 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. 10, unwatermarked (1916) coil stamp
have:
1912009-T6 : 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, perf. 10, unwatermarked (1919) definitive
1912010
have:
1912010: 2 CENTS 2 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington (perf. vertically) coil stamp
have:
1912010-T1 : perf 8½ vertically, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1912) coil stamp
have:
1912010-T2 : 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 (1914) coil stamp
have:
1912010-t2b : 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 (1914) coil stamp
have:
1912010-T3 : 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 (1914) coil stamp
have:
1912010-T4 : 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. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1915) coil stamp
have:
1912010-T5 : 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, perf. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1915) coil stamp
have:
1912010-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 (1916) coil stamp
have:
1912010-T7 : 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, unwatermarked (1916) coil stamp
1912011
have:
1912011: 8 CENTS 8 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - Benjamin Franklin (olive-green) definitive
have:
1912011-T1 : perf. 12, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1912) definitive
have:
1912011-T2 : Flat Plate Printing: about 18½-19mm wide and 22¼mm in height (often fakes!), perf. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) definitive
have:
1912011-T3 : perf. 10, unwatermarked (1916) definitive
have:
1912011-T4 : Flat Plate Printing: about 18½-19mm wide and 22¼mm in height (often fakes!), perf. 11, unwatermarked (1917) definitive
1912012
have:
1912012: 10 CENTS 10 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - Benjamin Franklin (orange yellow or yellow) definitive
have:
1912012-T1 : perf. 12, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1912) definitive
have:
1912012-T2 : perf. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) definitive
have:
1912012-T3 : perf. 10, unwatermarked (1916) definitive
have:
1912012-T4 : perf. 11, unwatermarked (1917) definitive
1912013
have:
1912013: 10 CENTS 10 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - Benjamin Franklin (perf. 10 vertically) coil stamp
1912014
have:
1912014: 15 CENTS 15 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - Benjamin Franklin (grey or dark grey) definitive
have:
1912014-T1 : perf. 12, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1912) definitive
have:
1912014-T2 : perf. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) definitive
have:
1912014-T3 : perf. 10, unwatermarked (1916) definitive
have:
1912014-T4 : perf. 11, unwatermarked (1917) definitive
1912015
have:
1912015: 50 CENTS 50 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - Benjamin Franklin (violet) definitive
have:
1912015-T1 : perf. 12, watermarked double-lined-USPS (1912) definitive
have:
1912015-T2 : perf. 12, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) definitive
have:
1912015-T3 : perf. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1915) definitive
have:
1912015-T4 : perf. 10, unwatermarked (1917) definitive
have:
1912015-T5 : perf. 11, unwatermarked (1917) definitive
have:
1912015-T5b : Imperforate between stamps, perf. 11, unwatermarked (1917) error print or variety
1912016
have:
1912016: 1 DOLLAR 1 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - Benjamin Franklin (violet brown) definitive
have:
1912016-T1 : perf. 12, watermarked double-lined-USPS (1912) definitive
have:
1912016-T2 : perf. 10, watermarked double-lined-USPS (1915) definitive
have:
1912016-T3 : perf. 10, unwatermarked (1916) definitive
have:
1912016-T4 : violet brown, perf. 11, unwatermarked (1917) definitive
have:
1912016-T4b : deep brown, perf. 11, unwatermarked (1917) definitive

1913

1913001
have:
1913001: 1 CENT 1 - Panama-Pacific Exposition - Vasco Nunez de Balboa
have:
1913001-T1 : perf 12 (1913)
have:
1913001-T2 : perf 10 (1914)
1913002
have:
1913002: 2 CENTS 2 - Panama-Pacific Exposition - Pedro Miguel Locks Panama Canal
have:
1913002-T1 : perf 12 - carmine (1913)
have:
1913002-t1b : perf 12 - carine-lake (1913) error print or variety
have:
1913002-T2 : perf 10 (1915)
1913003
have:
1913003: 5 CENTS 5 - Panama-Pacific Exposition - Golden Gate
have:
1913003-T1 : perf 12 (1913)
have:
1913003-T2 : perf 10 (1915)
1913004
have:
1913004: 10 CENTS 10 - Panama-Pacific Exposition - Discovery of San Francisco Bay
have:
1913004-T1 : perf 12 - orange yellow (1913)
have:
1913004-t1a : perf 12 - orange (1913)
have:
1913004-T2 : perf 10 - orange (1915)

1914

1914001
have:
1914001: 7 CENTS 7 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington definitive
have:
1914001-T1 : perf. 12, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) definitive
have:
1914001-T2 : perf. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) definitive
have:
1914001-T3 : perf. 10, unwatermarked (1916) definitive
have:
1914001-T4 : Flat Plate Printing: about 18½-19mm wide and 22¼mm in height (often fakes!), perf. 11, unwatermarked (1917) definitive
1914002
have:
1914002: 9 CENTS 9 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - Benjamin Franklin (salmon, red or rose red) definitive
have:
1914002-T1 : perf. 12, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) definitive
have:
1914002-T2 : Flat Plate Printing: about 18½-19mm wide and 22¼mm in height (often fakes!), perf. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) definitive
have:
1914002-T3 : perf. 10, unwatermarked (1916) definitive
have:
1914002-T4 : Flat Plate Printing: about 18½-19mm wide and 22¼mm in height (often fakes!), perf. 11, unwatermarked (1917) definitive
1914003
have:
1914003: 12 CENTS 12 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - Benjamin Franklin (claret brown or deep claret brown) definitive
have:
1914003-T1 : perf. 12, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) definitive
have:
1914003-T2 : claret brown, perf. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) definitive
have:
1914003-t2b : copper red, perf. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) definitive
have:
1914003-T3 : perf. 10, unwatermarked (1916) definitive
have:
1914003-T4 : perf. 11, unwatermarked, claret brown (1917) definitive
have:
1914003-T4b : perf. 11, unwatermarked, brown-carmine (1917) definitive
1914004
have:
1914004: 20 CENTS 20 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - Benjamin Franklin (ultramarine or dark ultra) definitive
have:
1914004-T1 : perf. 12, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) definitive
have:
1914004-T2 : perf. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) definitive
have:
1914004-T3 : light ultramarine, perf. 10, unwatermarked (1916) definitive
have:
1914004-T4 : light ultramarine, perf. 11, unwatermarked (1917) definitive
have:
1914004-T4b : Imperf between, perf. 11, unwatermarked (1917) error print or variety
have:
1914004-T4c : double impression, perf. 11, unwatermarked (1917) error print or variety
1914005
have:
1914005: 30 CENTS 30 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - Benjamin Franklin (orange red or dark orange red) definitive
have:
1914005-T1 : perf. 12, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) definitive
have:
1914005-T2 : perf. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1914) definitive
have:
1914005-T3 : perf. 10, unwatermarked (1916) definitive
have:
1914005-T4 : perf. 11, unwatermarked (1917) definitive

1915

1915001
have:
1915001: 11 CENTS 11 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - Benjamin Franklin definitive
have:
1915001-T1 : perf. 10, watermarked single-lined-USPS (1915) definitive
have:
1915001-T2 : perf. 10, unwatermarked (1916) definitive
have:
1915001-T3 : perf. 11, unwatermarked (1917) definitive

1918

1918001
have:
1918001: 2 DOLLARS 2 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - Benjamin Franklin (perf. 11, unwatermarked) definitive
have:
1918001-t1 : orange red + black (1918) definitive
have:
1918001-t2 : carmine + black (1920) definitive
have:
1918001-t2b : lake and black (1920) error print or variety
1918002
have:
1918002: 5 DOLLARS 5 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - Benjamin Franklin (perf. 11, unwatermarked) definitive
1918010
have:
1918010: 6 CENTS 6 - First Airmail - Curtiss Jenny air post
1918011
have:
1918011: 16 CENTS 16 - First Airmail - Curtiss Jenny air post
1918012
have:
1918012: 24 CENTS 24 - First Airmail - Curtiss Jenny air post
have:
1918012-te : Center Inverted (1918) error (air post)
1918013
have:
1918013: 1 CENT 1 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington (grey-green, offset printing) definitive
have:
1918013-o : vertically imperforate pair - Always has straight edge to the right (1918) error print or variety
have:
1918013-T1 : grey-green, offset printing (1918) definitive
have:
1918013-t2 : dark grey green, offset printing (1918) definitive
have:
1918013-T3 : perf. 12½, offset printing (1919) definitive
have:
1918013-T3b : Perf. 12 ½ - imperforate vertically, offset printing (1919) error print or variety
have:
1918013-v : double impression (1918) error print or variety
1918014
have:
1918014: 1 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - George Washington (imperforate, offset printing) definitive (imperforate)

1919

1919001
have:
1919001: 13 CENTS 13 - Third Bureau Issues (1908-1922) - Benjamin Franklin (perf. 11, unwatermarked) definitive
1919002
have:
1919002: 3 CENTS 3 - Victory - Lady Victory and Flags of Allies, World War I
have:
1919002-t1 : violet (1919)
have:
1919002-t2 : deep red violet (1919) error print or variety
have:
1919002-t3 : Light reddish violet (1919) error print or variety
have:
1919002-t4 : red violet (1919) error print or variety

D1913

D191301
have:
D191301: 1 - Numeral postage due for parcel post
D191302
have:
D191302: 2 - Numeral postage due for parcel post
D191303
have:
D191303: 5 - Numeral postage due for parcel post
D191304
have:
D191304: 10 - Numeral postage due for parcel post
D191305
have:
D191305: 25 - Numeral postage due for parcel post

O1911

O191101
have:
O191101: 1 CENT 1 - Postal Savings official stamp
O191102
have:
O191102: 2 CENTS 2 - Postal Savings official stamp
have:
O191102-T1 (1910) official stamp
have:
O191102-T2 (1911) official stamp
O191103
have:
O191103: 10 CENTS 10 - Postal Savings official stamp
O191104
have:
O191104: 50 CENTS 50 - Postal Savings official stamp
O191105
have:
O191105: 1 DOLLAR 1 - Postal Savings official stamp

P1913

P191301
have:
P191301: 1 CENT 1 - Post Office Clerk parcel post
P191302
have:
P191302: 2 CENTS 2 - City Carrier parcel post
P191303
have:
P191303: 3 CENTS 3 - Railway Postal Clerk parcel post
P191304
have:
P191304: 4 CENTS 4 - Rural Carrier - Horse parcel post
P191305
have:
P191305: 5 CENTS 5 - Mail Train and Bag On Rack - Locomotives parcel post
P191306
have:
P191306: 10 CENTS 10 - Kronprinz Wilhelm - Ship parcel post
P191307
have:
P191307: 15 CENTS 15 - Automobile Service - Automobile parcel post
P191308
have:
P191308: 20 CENTS 20 - Aircraft carrying Mail - Wright Flyer parcel post
P191309
have:
P191309: 25 CENTS 25 - Manufacturing - Railway parcel post
P191310
have:
P191310: 50 CENTS 50 - Dairying - Cattle parcel post
P191311
have:
P191311: 75 CENTS 75 - Harvesting - Tractor parcel post
P191312
have:
P191312: 1 DOLLAR 1 - Fruit Growing (Orange Grove) - Fruit parcel post




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