#15L18 – 1855 (1c) black

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- Used Stamp(s) (small flaws)
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Own an Over 160-Year-Old Piece of History For Only $11.50

Add a Blood's Penny Post local stamp to your collection with small imperfections today for less than $12.  Issued in 1855, this stamp represents over 160 years of history.  It features an engraving of Henry Clay by Draper, Welsh and Co. Blood's Penny Post was originally owned by Daniel O. Blood, but was taken over by Charles Kochersperger (the general manager) in 1855.  This issue is the first released during his tenure as owner.  Make this interesting piece of philately yours today.
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