#1813a – 1980 3.5c Volins, untagged Bureau precan

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U.S. #1813a- untagged bureau pre-cancelled
1980 3.5¢ Violins
 
Issue Date: June 23, 1980
City: Williamsburg, Pennsylvania
Printed By: Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Printing Method: Coil
Perforations: Perforated 10 Vertically
Color: Purple
 
Preceded by the harp and the lyre thousands of years ago, the violin is the best known and most widely used of all orchestral instruments. U.S. #1813 has the inscription “The music of America is freedom’s symphony.”
 
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U.S. #1813a- untagged bureau pre-cancelled
1980 3.5¢ Violins

 

Issue Date: June 23, 1980
City: Williamsburg, Pennsylvania
Printed By: Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Printing Method: Coil
Perforations: Perforated 10 Vertically
Color: Purple

 

Preceded by the harp and the lyre thousands of years ago, the violin is the best known and most widely used of all orchestral instruments. U.S. #1813 has the inscription “The music of America is freedom’s symphony.”