#79-E25a – 3c Dark Red, Washington, no gum issued

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- Mint Stamp(s)
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$75.00
- Unused Stamp (small flaws)
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$49.95

Scarce But Affordable 1861 Stamp Essay –
Could Have Been U.S. #79

#79-E25a is a scarce plate essay created by the National Bank Note Co.  Now you can own this striking essay on “hard white transparent wove” paper.  It’s quite a find!
Essays are stamp designs that were not used in the final printing of a postage stamp.  An essay can be artwork, die proofs or plate proofs for stamps that were not issued, or issued with changes.  The closer a design is to a finished stamp, the more likely it is to be issued.  This plate essay is quite scarce and very beautiful.  Act now and soon you’ll be one of the select few to enjoy having #79-E25a in your album.

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Scarce But Affordable 1861 Stamp Essay –
Could Have Been U.S. #79


#79-E25a is a scarce plate essay created by the National Bank Note Co.  Now you can own this striking essay on “hard white transparent wove” paper.  It’s quite a find!


Essays are stamp designs that were not used in the final printing of a postage stamp.  An essay can be artwork, die proofs or plate proofs for stamps that were not issued, or issued with changes.  The closer a design is to a finished stamp, the more likely it is to be issued.  This plate essay is quite scarce and very beautiful.  Act now and soon you’ll be one of the select few to enjoy having #79-E25a in your album.