Discover the Neat History of U.S. Revenue Stamped Paper – And Add An Example To Your Collection Today!
Revenue Stamped Paper was authorized by Act of Congress on July 1, 1862, though it wasn't regularly delivered until July 1, 1865. Revenue Stamped Paper consists of stamps printed in various denominations and designs on different financial documents. Some of these documents included checks, drafts, receipts, insurance policies, bonds, stock certificates, and more. Revenue Stamped Paper was printed by private firms under direct government supervision. Stamp dies were loaned to these printers by the Bureau of Internal Revenue.
This is your chance to get a document featuring the 2¢ Franklin, orange, type D. This Revenue Stamped Paper was printed by the American Phototype Co. of New York from 1865 to 1875. Your Revenue Stamped Paper consists of a used* document from the First National Bank of New London, Connecticut, and will make a great addition to your Back-of-the-Book collection. Now over 145 years old, order now while it's still available and affordable!
*Your document will have one or two small imperfections that don't detract from its beauty or collectibility, but do save you money off the catalog value!