#2905-06 – 1995-96 American Transportation 2 Stamps

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U.S. #2905-06
1995-96 10¢ Automobile
American Transportation
 
The 10¢ stamp was issued to fill the regular third-class rate. It pictures the front of a classic automobile, and is the first entry in the "American Transportation" series. Like the 5¢ Butte stamp, this stamp offered customers more design variety and was issued to supplement supplies of the 10¢ Tractor Trailer and 10¢ Eagle and Shield coil stamps.  Conventional water-activated stamps were issued in 1995, and a self-adhesive version was issued in 1996.
 
 
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U.S. #2905-06
1995-96 10¢ Automobile
American Transportation
 
The 10¢ stamp was issued to fill the regular third-class rate. It pictures the front of a classic automobile, and is the first entry in the "American Transportation" series. Like the 5¢ Butte stamp, this stamp offered customers more design variety and was issued to supplement supplies of the 10¢ Tractor Trailer and 10¢ Eagle and Shield coil stamps.  Conventional water-activated stamps were issued in 1995, and a self-adhesive version was issued in 1996.