#692-701 – 1931 Rotary Stamp set of 10,singles

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- Mint Stamp(s)
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$169.00
- Used Stamp(s)
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$5.25
- Unused Stamp (small flaws)
Ships in 1 business day. i$105.00
$105.00
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Own the Complete 1931 High-Value Rotary Stamp Set

When the rotary press was introduced, officials decided to print only the low-value denominations.  By 1931, they were convinced the rotary press saved money and should be used to produce the higher stamp values as well.  Using the designs from the Series of 1922-25, the Postal Department issued ten Rotary Press stamps with denominations ranging from 11¢ to 50¢. 

Now you can document this important era with the complete set of ten 1931 Rotary Press stamps and save off Mystic’s individual stamp prices.  Order now.  

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Own the Complete 1931 High-Value Rotary Stamp Set

When the rotary press was introduced, officials decided to print only the low-value denominations.  By 1931, they were convinced the rotary press saved money and should be used to produce the higher stamp values as well.  Using the designs from the Series of 1922-25, the Postal Department issued ten Rotary Press stamps with denominations ranging from 11¢ to 50¢. 

Now you can document this important era with the complete set of ten 1931 Rotary Press stamps and save off Mystic’s individual stamp prices.  Order now.