#RVB1 – 1960 $1 ros red,blk #,offset,roulette

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Price
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- Mint Stamp(s)
Ships in 1 business day. i$59.95
$59.95
- Unused Stamp (small flaws)
Ships in 1 business day. i$37.50
$37.50

Rare 1960 Boat Stamps –
Sold by the Post Office for the Coast Guard
We're going to let you in on a secret: these stamps are very scarce – many collectors aren't aware of them or don't know what they are.  After April 1, 1960, boats with 10-horsepower engines or bigger had to be registered.  This was done by buying a $3 two-part stamp at the Post Office.  The picture portion was applied to a temporary registration.  The Post Office sent the lower portion to the Coast Guard, which issued a permanent card good for three years.  The $1 stamp covered reissue of a lost or destroyed permanent card.  

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Rare 1960 Boat Stamps –
Sold by the Post Office for the Coast Guard

We're going to let you in on a secret: these stamps are very scarce – many collectors aren't aware of them or don't know what they are. 

After April 1, 1960, boats with 10-horsepower engines or bigger had to be registered.  This was done by buying a $3 two-part stamp at the Post Office.  The picture portion was applied to a temporary registration.  The Post Office sent the lower portion to the Coast Guard, which issued a permanent card good for three years.  The $1 stamp covered reissue of a lost or destroyed permanent card.