#2592 – 1994 $5 Washington and Jackson

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U.S. #2592
1994 $5 Washington and Jackson
Issue Date: August 19,1994
City: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Quantity: 100,000,000
Printed By: Stamp Venturers
Printing Method: Engraved
Perforations: 11.5
Color: Slate green
 
This diamond-shaped stamp is based upon an essay whose design had been created about 125 years earlier. The exact source of the design is unknown, but it is speculated the stamp was created as a three-cent design by a printing contract.
 
Two of America's most famous Presidents, George Washington and Andrew Jackson, are featured in the vignette of the five-dollar stamp. The image of Washington is taken from a Gilbert Stuart portrait, but was reversed in order to make Washington face right instead of left. A portrait by John Wood Dodge is the basis of the Jackson image.
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U.S. #2592
1994 $5 Washington and Jackson

Issue Date: August 19,1994
City: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Quantity: 100,000,000
Printed By: Stamp Venturers
Printing Method: Engraved
Perforations: 11.5
Color: Slate green
 
This diamond-shaped stamp is based upon an essay whose design had been created about 125 years earlier. The exact source of the design is unknown, but it is speculated the stamp was created as a three-cent design by a printing contract.
 
Two of America's most famous Presidents, George Washington and Andrew Jackson, are featured in the vignette of the five-dollar stamp. The image of Washington is taken from a Gilbert Stuart portrait, but was reversed in order to make Washington face right instead of left. A portrait by John Wood Dodge is the basis of the Jackson image.