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1887 American Bank note, Scott 219
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1 Franklin of 1890 is a blue stamp but this stamp is a 1c flankin with unknow color. Anyone know something about it?

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"1887 American Bank note, Scott 212"

Not me stamp, is another.
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It is a faulty stamp, red color is from an envelope that has transferred to stamp when it was soaked.
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The stamp you show is Scott 219, an American Banknote issued in 1887. That pinkish blue color is probably because is was soaked with a stamp printed with a fugitive ink.

http://www.stampsmarter.com/1847usa...html#Scott73
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Posted 02/12/2017   10:13 am  Show Profile Check 51studebaker's eBay Listings Bookmark this reply Add 51studebaker to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
littleriverphil,
It's a #219


#219



#212

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51studebaker,

Is that 212P3 or 212P4? Nice looking items!

Here's a 212P4 from my collection. It has a bit of scuff at the top, but it's the only P4 I've found so far. Been looking to upgrade for a decade.....





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Does anyone know if there is another like this?

thx vm for help.

used google traductor ;).
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