#178 – 1875 2c Andrew Jackson, vermilion

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U.S. #178
1875 2¢ Jackson

Earliest Known Use: July 15, 1875
Quantity issued:
112,191,250(estimate)
Printed by: Continental Bank Note Company
Method: Flat plate on yellowish wove paper
Watermark: None
Perforation: 12
Color: Vermilion
 
This stamp was issued with a change in color, which eliminated much confusion due to the similarity in color between the 1873 version of this stamp and the 10¢ Jefferson.
 
According to the Assistant Postmaster General’s report, postal patrons and clerks were confused by the similarity between the 2¢ Jackson Bank Note stamps and the 10¢ Jefferson stamps.
 
 

 

 

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U.S. #178
1875 2¢ Jackson

Earliest Known Use: July 15, 1875
Quantity issued:
112,191,250(estimate)
Printed by: Continental Bank Note Company
Method: Flat plate on yellowish wove paper
Watermark: None
Perforation: 12
Color: Vermilion
 
This stamp was issued with a change in color, which eliminated much confusion due to the similarity in color between the 1873 version of this stamp and the 10¢ Jefferson.
 
According to the Assistant Postmaster General’s report, postal patrons and clerks were confused by the similarity between the 2¢ Jackson Bank Note stamps and the 10¢ Jefferson stamps.