#O17//20 – 1873 Official Mail Stamp Department of Interior, (3)

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 Short-lived and never available at any post office...
Get First-Issue Department of the Interior Official Stamps Today
And SAVE!

I want to share a fun collecting challenge with you – classic US Department of the Interior Official stamps in used condition with small imperfections.  I say a challenge because the first issue was only in use from 1873 to 1884 for "official" government purposes.  Not many stamps made it into collector hands, so it's exciting to hunt them down and see them for yourself.

Start a New Specialty Collection or Expand the One You Already Have

We all enjoy the thrill of the chase, but today I've done a little of the work for you.  I'm offering you 3 Department of the Interior Official stamps in your choice of conditions.  It's an easy way to try something new or get stamps you've been searching for.  Order now and you'll receive #O17, 18, and 20 at a nice discount.  That's more money in your pocket for future stamp purchases and collecting fun! Let me give you a little background on US Official stamps...

New Stamps Marked a Big Change in Government Policy – You'll Love Having That Important History in Your Collection

Before 1873, US government agencies had free "franking" privileges.  This allowed them to send mail without postage as long as the envelope bore an authorized signature.  However, some people took advantage of this policy and used their privileges on personal mail.  This led Congress to pass legislation on March 3, 1873, declaring a need for Official stamps. The new Official stamps took their central designs from the expertly engraved "Banknote" stamps picturing portraits of important Americans.  The frames were changed for each department, along with the color of the stamps.

Official Stamps Can Be Hard to Come By – Don't Miss Out on This Chance to Own Them

In the end, first-issue US Official stamps were in circulation from 1873-1884 – just over a decade.  Since they weren't intended for private use, few made it into collectors' hands.  Official stamps are even more of a challenge to find over a century later.  Take advtange of this opportunity to add 3 Department of the Interior Official stamps to your collection now – while they're still available and affordable.

Order with Confidence – Your Satisfaction is Guaranteed

Your Official stamps are backed by Mystic's 90-day guarantee.  If you aren't completely happy with your order, simply return it for a credit voucher or refund.  But I know these stamps will live up to your expectations and become valued pieces of your collection.









 
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 Short-lived and never available at any post office...
Get First-Issue Department of the Interior Official Stamps Today
And SAVE!

I want to share a fun collecting challenge with you – classic US Department of the Interior Official stamps in used condition with small imperfections.  I say a challenge because the first issue was only in use from 1873 to 1884 for "official" government purposes.  Not many stamps made it into collector hands, so it's exciting to hunt them down and see them for yourself.

Start a New Specialty Collection or Expand the One You Already Have

We all enjoy the thrill of the chase, but today I've done a little of the work for you.  I'm offering you 3 Department of the Interior Official stamps in your choice of conditions.  It's an easy way to try something new or get stamps you've been searching for.  Order now and you'll receive #O17, 18, and 20 at a nice discount.  That's more money in your pocket for future stamp purchases and collecting fun!

Let me give you a little background on US Official stamps...

New Stamps Marked a Big Change in Government Policy – You'll Love Having That Important History in Your Collection

Before 1873, US government agencies had free "franking" privileges.  This allowed them to send mail without postage as long as the envelope bore an authorized signature.  However, some people took advantage of this policy and used their privileges on personal mail.  This led Congress to pass legislation on March 3, 1873, declaring a need for Official stamps.

The new Official stamps took their central designs from the expertly engraved "Banknote" stamps picturing portraits of important Americans.  The frames were changed for each department, along with the color of the stamps.

Official Stamps Can Be Hard to Come By – Don't Miss Out on This Chance to Own Them

In the end, first-issue US Official stamps were in circulation from 1873-1884 – just over a decade.  Since they weren't intended for private use, few made it into collectors' hands.  Official stamps are even more of a challenge to find over a century later.  Take advtange of this opportunity to add 3 Department of the Interior Official stamps to your collection now – while they're still available and affordable.

Order with Confidence – Your Satisfaction is Guaranteed

Your Official stamps are backed by Mystic's 90-day guarantee.  If you aren't completely happy with your order, simply return it for a credit voucher or refund.  But I know these stamps will live up to your expectations and become valued pieces of your collection.