1887 1c Franklin, ultramarine

# 212 - 1887 1c Franklin, ultramarine

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U.S. # 212
Series of 1887 1¢ Franklin


Issue Date: June 1887
Quantity issued:
 1,578,043,800
Printed by: American Bank Note Company
Method: Flat plate
Watermark: None
Perforation: 12
Color: Ultramarine
 
In 1887, some stamps of the 1870-89 regular issues were produced in new colors, and the 1¢ denomination was redesigned. On August 15, 1887, an official postal circular announced these color changes. In addition to stating that the 2¢ red brown issue would be printed in green and the 3¢ green would be vermilion, the circular also announced changes in the designs and colors of certain stamped envelopes.
 

 

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U.S. # 212
Series of 1887 1¢ Franklin


Issue Date: June 1887
Quantity issued:
 1,578,043,800
Printed by: American Bank Note Company
Method: Flat plate
Watermark: None
Perforation: 12
Color: Ultramarine
 
In 1887, some stamps of the 1870-89 regular issues were produced in new colors, and the 1¢ denomination was redesigned. On August 15, 1887, an official postal circular announced these color changes. In addition to stating that the 2¢ red brown issue would be printed in green and the 3¢ green would be vermilion, the circular also announced changes in the designs and colors of certain stamped envelopes.