Get the Series of 1923-26 and SAVE Time and Money
Until this regular series issue, rotary presses had printed only stamp coils. Creative people at the BEP overcame problems with precanceling, weak perforations, and the gum. In October of 1923, the one-cent perf. 10 stamp was issued in sheet form on a rotary press. The production rate of the rotary press over the flat plate press was substantial and cheaper – only .053¢ per 1,000 compared to .08¢. Taking into account they printed millions of stamps at a time, that’s a significant savings.
Make the Series of 1923-26 part of your collection – order now.