#2911 – 1995 25c Juke Box, coil stamp(BEP)

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U.S. #2911
1995 25¢ Juke Box
American Culture Series
Issue Date: March 17, 1995
City: New York, NY
Printed By: Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Printing Method: Photogravure
Perforations: Serpentine die cut 9.8 vertically
Color: Multicolored
 
This 25¢ stamp was also part of the new "American Culture" series. It was issued to pay the postage for the first-class, presort letter rate. This stamp supplements supplies of the 'G' letter presort-rate stamp and replaces the 23¢ USA presort-rate coils. Bulk mailers were able to use the non-denominated stamp at various presort rates, with the postage difference being paid at the time of mailing. A self-adhesive version was also produced in 1996 to meet consumer demand. In 1997, two self-adhesive versions were produced, a regular self-adhesive coil and a linerless coil. The face of the stamps of the linerless coil was coated to prevent stamps from sticking to those below them, without using backing paper.
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U.S. #2911
1995 25¢ Juke Box
American Culture Series

Issue Date: March 17, 1995
City: New York, NY
Printed By: Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Printing Method: Photogravure
Perforations: Serpentine die cut 9.8 vertically
Color: Multicolored
 
This 25¢ stamp was also part of the new "American Culture" series. It was issued to pay the postage for the first-class, presort letter rate. This stamp supplements supplies of the 'G' letter presort-rate stamp and replaces the 23¢ USA presort-rate coils. Bulk mailers were able to use the non-denominated stamp at various presort rates, with the postage difference being paid at the time of mailing. A self-adhesive version was also produced in 1996 to meet consumer demand. In 1997, two self-adhesive versions were produced, a regular self-adhesive coil and a linerless coil. The face of the stamps of the linerless coil was coated to prevent stamps from sticking to those below them, without using backing paper.