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Ux Post Cards 1924 And Earlier Looking For More Information

 
 
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Posted 02/10/2019   5:31 pm  Show Profile Check ggreve's eBay Listings Bookmark this topic Add ggreve to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
Card #1 of series:

1924 use of a Scott design number PC3, maybe it is the closest I could see?

Is there another section in the Scott Catalog for post cards with a paid reply?


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My catalog has a chapter "paid reply postal cards" , UY numbers and your card could be UY2 ?

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Edited by Petert4522 - 02/10/2019 5:54 pm
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Yes, UY2, but since it appears to be only the message portion, with the reply portion detached, it would be UY2m, strictly speaking.

This card would be a great addition to ikeyPikey's "Micrographia" thread: http://goscf.com/t/64710
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Your card is aa Scott listed UY2m, first issued in March 1 1898 and is a rather late usage.
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Posted 02/10/2019   10:24 pm  Show Profile Check ggreve's eBay Listings Bookmark this reply Add ggreve to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Card #2 of series:

1906 use of a Scott #UX18. It looks like it was from Macon, GA to Monticello, GA.




Thank you for your replies. Great information!

Any additional information that you can confer about this post card?

I have one more that my be of interest to you all.


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Posted 02/11/2019   11:49 am  Show Profile Check ggreve's eBay Listings Bookmark this reply Add ggreve to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Card #3 of series, and last card of this thread:

This is likely a UX5. It cannot be a UX4. I did not see a USPOD watermark when I held it up to the light. This is the way you check watermarks for postal stationary and post cards, right?

It is not UX7 or UX7a either.




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Posted 02/27/2019   12:12 am  Show Profile Check ggreve's eBay Listings Bookmark this reply Add ggreve to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Any confirmation if card 3 is a UX5?
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It's a 5, with no watermark. Strong light or you could try fluid to be certain.
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Edited by craigk - 02/27/2019 11:58 am
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