#59L1 – 1879 (1c) pink

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- Unused Stamp(s) (small flaws)
Usually ships within 30 days.i$11.00
$11.00
- Used Stamp(s) (small flaws)
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$16.50
Local Stamps Make a Neat Addition to Your Collection   Local stamps include stamps issued by Local Posts (city delivery), Independent Mail Routes and Services, Express Companies and other private posts which competed with or supplemented official services. Because only a few local posts used handstamps for cancelling, most local stamps were left uncancelled. Cancelling, if any, was often done by pen, pencil, or government handstamp.
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Local Stamps Make a Neat Addition to Your Collection

 

Local stamps include stamps issued by Local Posts (city delivery), Independent Mail Routes and Services, Express Companies and other private posts which competed with or supplemented official services. Because only a few local posts used handstamps for cancelling, most local stamps were left uncancelled. Cancelling, if any, was often done by pen, pencil, or government handstamp.