#1338D – 1970 6c Flag and White House

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U.S. #1338D

6¢ Flag and White House

 

Issue Date: August 7, 1970

City: Washington, DC

Printed By: Bureau of Engraving and Printing

Printing Method: Huck press

Perforations: 11 x 10.5

Color: Dark blue, red and green

 

This is the re-designed version of the flag stamp issued in 1963.  Produced using various perforations, this stamp was also printed with an 8¢ denomination, and in 1969, it became the first multicolored coil.

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U.S. #1338D

6¢ Flag and White House

 

Issue Date: August 7, 1970

City: Washington, DC

Printed By: Bureau of Engraving and Printing

Printing Method: Huck press

Perforations: 11 x 10.5

Color: Dark blue, red and green

 

This is the re-designed version of the flag stamp issued in 1963.  Produced using various perforations, this stamp was also printed with an 8¢ denomination, and in 1969, it became the first multicolored coil.