#2904c – 1996 5c Mountain, non-denom, SV, imperf coil pair

U.S. #2904c Imperf Coil Pair
1996 5¢ Mountain
American Scenes
 
Issue Date: March 16, 1996
City: San Jose, CA
Quantity: 150,000,000
Printed By: Stamp Venturers
Printing Method: Gravure
Perforations: 9.8
Color: Yellow, magenta, and cyan
 
This addition to the American Scenes series, this five-cent stamp was issued for use by non-profit mailers. Colorado artist Tom Engeman created the design, which features the snow-covered peaks of a mountain. Engeman also designed the 1995 Butte stamp and the 1996 Smithsonian Institution stamp. Coil rolls of 500 and 3,000 were printed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, and rolls of 10,000 were printed by Stamp Venturers. The color of the year date in the bottom left margin distinguished the two issues. The BEP printing bears a violet date, while the Stamp Venturers bears a blue date. This stamp was also issued in the convenient self-adhesive format.
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U.S. #2904c Imperf Coil Pair
1996 5¢ Mountain
American Scenes

 

Issue Date: March 16, 1996
City: San Jose, CA
Quantity: 150,000,000
Printed By: Stamp Venturers
Printing Method: Gravure
Perforations: 9.8
Color: Yellow, magenta, and cyan
 
This addition to the American Scenes series, this five-cent stamp was issued for use by non-profit mailers. Colorado artist Tom Engeman created the design, which features the snow-covered peaks of a mountain. Engeman also designed the 1995 Butte stamp and the 1996 Smithsonian Institution stamp. Coil rolls of 500 and 3,000 were printed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, and rolls of 10,000 were printed by Stamp Venturers. The color of the year date in the bottom left margin distinguished the two issues. The BEP printing bears a violet date, while the Stamp Venturers bears a blue date. This stamp was also issued in the convenient self-adhesive format.