#1051-53 – Liberty Series High Values Collection

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- Mint Stamp(s)
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- MM50327x30mm 50 Vertical Black Split-Back Mounts
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Own Liberty Series
High Face Value Collection

Get the three “key” mint stamps of the desirable Liberty Series – including the $5 Hamilton stamp, considered to be one of the most beautiful portrait stamps of the 20th century.


Dry Printing Method Enhances Appearance


At the time of printing, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing was experimenting with paper that had a lower moisture content.  This “dry” printing resulted in whiter paper with a more lustrous sheen – making the stamp design stand out.  Issued in relatively low quantities, these high-value Liberty stamps can be hard to find.
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Get the three “key” mint stamps of the desirable Liberty Series – including the $5 Hamilton stamp, considered to be one of the most beautiful portrait stamps of the 20th century.


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