As an aside,
are you able to suggest what we call the lass as the icon on this item, please?
Is she "America" ? or ?
Stars on Phrygian (Liberty) cap.
Found it : Linn's
The design shows a representation of Liberty within an oval placed in the center of the phrase "officially Sealed." Though difficult to see on the label shown in Figure 2, the background of the 1877 seal consists of the repeated Latin phrase "Post Obitum," which can be translated as "dead mail" or "dead letter."https://www.linns.com/news/postal-u...story-1.html
Scott OX3 identifies a new label with a new design created in 1877 for a new reason. These engraved issues, printed in chocolate brown, provided the basic design that, with occasional minor changes, appeared on U.S. official seals for 95 years.