#8A – 1851 1c Franklin, blue, type IIIa

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U.S. #8A
1851 1¢ Franklin, blue, imperf.
Type IIIa
 
Type IIIa. Either top or bottom line is broken, but not both. Top and bottom ornaments are generally incomplete. The illustration accompanying this stamp is for general design purposes only. When you purchase this stamp you will receive #8A.
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U.S. #8A
1851 1¢ Franklin, blue, imperf.
Type IIIa
 
Type IIIa. Either top or bottom line is broken, but not both. Top and bottom ornaments are generally incomplete. The illustration accompanying this stamp is for general design purposes only. When you purchase this stamp you will receive #8A.