#1816a – 1981 12c Liberty Torch,coil, precanceled

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U.S. #1816
1981 12¢ Liberty Torch
Precancel
Issue Date: April 8, 1981
City: Dallas, Texas
Quantity: unknown
Printed By: Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Printing Method: Coil
Perforations: Perforated 10 Vertically
Color: Red brown
Rising 305 feet above the base of the pedestal, Lady Liberty's torch shines as a beacon of freedom. Illuminated at one time by 19 lamps, it is now covered in gold foil. “Freedom of conscience – an American right” is inscribed on this stamp.
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U.S. #1816
1981 12¢ Liberty Torch
Precancel

Issue Date: April 8, 1981
City: Dallas, Texas
Quantity: unknown
Printed By: Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Printing Method: Coil
Perforations: Perforated 10 Vertically
Color: Red brown

Rising 305 feet above the base of the pedestal, Lady Liberty's torch shines as a beacon of freedom. Illuminated at one time by 19 lamps, it is now covered in gold foil. “Freedom of conscience – an American right” is inscribed on this stamp.