#2124 – 1985 4.9c Transportation Series: Buckboard, 1880s

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U.S. #2124
4.9¢ Buckboard Coil
Transportation Series
 
Issue Date: June 21, 1985
City: Reno, NV
Quantity:
19,100,000
Printed By: Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Printing Method:
Engraved
Perforations
: 10 vertical
Color: Brown black
 
Used during the late nineteenth century, this flat-bottomed carriage gave its passengers a bumpy ride. Rather than using metal cross-springs, an axle of flexible wood was used. These wagons, either manufactured or homemade, were generally driven in rural areas. U.S. #2124 is part of the popular Transportation Series.
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U.S. #2124
4.9¢ Buckboard Coil
Transportation Series
 
Issue Date: June 21, 1985
City: Reno, NV
Quantity:
19,100,000
Printed By: Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Printing Method:
Engraved
Perforations
: 10 vertical
Color: Brown black
 
Used during the late nineteenth century, this flat-bottomed carriage gave its passengers a bumpy ride. Rather than using metal cross-springs, an axle of flexible wood was used. These wagons, either manufactured or homemade, were generally driven in rural areas. U.S. #2124 is part of the popular Transportation Series.