#62B – 1861 10c Washington, dark green

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U.S. #62B
Series of 1861-62 10¢ Washington
 

Earliest Known Use: September 17, 1861
Quantity issued: Unknown
Printed by: National Bank Note Company
Printing Method: Flat plate
Watermark: None
Perforation: 12
Color: Dark Green

Rare U.S. #62B
Missing from the vast majority of collections!

This is a special opportunity to get a stamp unknown to most collectors, 10¢ Washington Dark Green.  This stamp is so scarce it’s not listed in Mystic’s US Stamp Catalog.  We’ve only had a few of them in the last 30 years!

US #62B is the “first design” of the 10¢ stamp of the 1861 Series.  The second design is US #68.  However, #68 was issued first.  Experts believe the demand for 10¢ stamps was greater than expected, so the first design plates were needed for printing.  Act now to examine this very scarce stamp in person.

US #62B is much, much scarcer than U.S. #68.  Less than 2% of the 1861 10¢ stamps are of the first design.  So US #62B is extremely desirable.  Get your “first design” 1861 10¢ stamp in postally used condition today. 

 

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U.S. #62B
Series of 1861-62 10¢ Washington
 

Earliest Known Use: September 17, 1861
Quantity issued: Unknown
Printed by: National Bank Note Company
Printing Method: Flat plate
Watermark: None
Perforation: 12
Color: Dark Green

Rare U.S. #62B
Missing from the vast majority of collections!

This is a special opportunity to get a stamp unknown to most collectors, 10¢ Washington Dark Green.  This stamp is so scarce it’s not listed in Mystic’s US Stamp Catalog.  We’ve only had a few of them in the last 30 years!

US #62B is the “first design” of the 10¢ stamp of the 1861 Series.  The second design is US #68.  However, #68 was issued first.  Experts believe the demand for 10¢ stamps was greater than expected, so the first design plates were needed for printing.  Act now to examine this very scarce stamp in person.

US #62B is much, much scarcer than U.S. #68.  Less than 2% of the 1861 10¢ stamps are of the first design.  So US #62B is extremely desirable.  Get your “first design” 1861 10¢ stamp in postally used condition today.