#H32 – 1866 5c bl,perf 12, wove paper

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Beautiful Kingdom of Hawaii Stamp Hawaii #32 was printed in 1866 by the National Banknote Company in New York.  Very high quality with remarkable engraving picturing Kamehameha V, king from 1863 to 1872.  Hawaii #32’s 5¢ face value paid half the postage for a letter from Hawaii to the U.S., or vice-versa.  Two cents of the fee paid the ship for transportation.  Three cents paid the Hawaii post office.  A 5¢ U.S. stamp was needed for the letter to reach its destination in America.

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Beautiful Kingdom of Hawaii Stamp

Hawaii #32 was printed in 1866 by the National Banknote Company in New York.  Very high quality with remarkable engraving picturing Kamehameha V, king from 1863 to 1872.  Hawaii #32’s 5¢ face value paid half the postage for a letter from Hawaii to the U.S., or vice-versa.  Two cents of the fee paid the ship for transportation.  Three cents paid the Hawaii post office.  A 5¢ U.S. stamp was needed for the letter to reach its destination in America.