#MA1599 – 1841 Great Britain Penny Red #3

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Own 1841 Penny Red For Less Than $6!

Great Britain revolutionized the postal system with the introduction of the 1840 Penny Black.  One year later, the ink was changed from black to red-brown.  The result was the “Penny Red.” 

Issued imperforate, this 173-year-old stamp was the third adhesive postage stamp issued for use in a public postal system.  It features two corner letters at the bottom and a portrait of Queen Victoria.

In spite of its rich history, the postally used 1841 Penny Red is surprisingly affordable today.  Get yours with 2 to 3 margins intact.
 

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Own 1841 Penny Red For Less Than $6!

Great Britain revolutionized the postal system with the introduction of the 1840 Penny Black.  One year later, the ink was changed from black to red-brown.  The result was the “Penny Red.” 

Issued imperforate, this 173-year-old stamp was the third adhesive postage stamp issued for use in a public postal system.  It features two corner letters at the bottom and a portrait of Queen Victoria.

In spite of its rich history, the postally used 1841 Penny Red is surprisingly affordable today.  Get yours with 2 to 3 margins intact.