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How Common? 3 Imperf & Perforated On Same Cover

 
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Posted 06/25/2021   10:25 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add Chevelle to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
Cover initially posted at Painted Post, NY, August 6 (1857 per enclosure) franked with an imperforate 3, Scott No. 11A, addressed to Albany, NY. At Albany the address was changed to Schenectady, NY, an additional 3, represented by a perforated 3, Scott No. 25, was added and the cover was forwarded on August 7th. No markings on the reverse side of the cover. My question to the forum is how common or uncommon is this franking combination?


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Just an aside.

Cull lumber is lumber that has been pulled from inventory because it is damaged in some way or is a piece leftover from trimming. It might be warped, have a split in it, or have a chunk missing. Or, it may simply be the leftovers after they made a cut for another customer.

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Be glad it's A.J. Fox and not J.A. Fox.
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What is interesting about this cover is, the fact a second postage rate was paid to send the envelope to the final destination as it was properly delivered to the first and of course the perf/imperf combination which results. Is such common? No.

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