#RJA105 – 1963 1c violet, imperf from coil, Type 2

Rare Narcotic Tax Stamps                               From Smithsonian National Collection Archives

Now is your chance to own uncommon Narcotic stamps from the vaults of the Smithsonian National Collection Archives.  Printed in 1963 by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Type 2 was used by only a single company to pay taxes on its products.  Color bars in the corners helped the BEP align the stamps before the denomination was added.  In 1964, Narcotic stamps included the denomination in their design, removing the need for color bars.  Add this scarce Narcotic stamp to your collection today.
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Rare Narcotic Tax Stamps                               From Smithsonian National Collection Archives

Now is your chance to own uncommon Narcotic stamps from the vaults of the Smithsonian National Collection Archives.  Printed in 1963 by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Type 2 was used by only a single company to pay taxes on its products.  Color bars in the corners helped the BEP align the stamps before the denomination was added.  In 1964, Narcotic stamps included the denomination in their design, removing the need for color bars.  Add this scarce Narcotic stamp to your collection today.