#248//79B – 1894-95 2c Bureau Issue Triangles,9 used

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2¢ Bureau Issue Stamp Collection

In July 1894 the contract for printing U.S. stamps changed hands from the American Bank Note Company to the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.  In order to differentiate their stamps from those of the American Bank Note Company, the Bureau engraved triangles in the top corners of the border design.  During the course of printing, these triangles were altered slightly into three distinct types.  This collection of 2¢ Bureau Issues includes good examples of all three types. Can you tell them apart?

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2¢ Bureau Issue Stamp Collection

In July 1894 the contract for printing U.S. stamps changed hands from the American Bank Note Company to the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.  In order to differentiate their stamps from those of the American Bank Note Company, the Bureau engraved triangles in the top corners of the border design.  During the course of printing, these triangles were altered slightly into three distinct types.  This collection of 2¢ Bureau Issues includes good examples of all three types. Can you tell them apart?