Details For Cover ID# 29474

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Cover Type: USA outbound with stamp(s)
Entered by: dwsnow
Added on:May 29, 22
Edited on:Jun 4, 22
Postmark: Jul 16, 1890
Origin: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, UNITED STATES
Destination: Narbonne, FRANCE

1890 4c Dark Brown Small Bank Note (222). Used with 5c Chocolate (223), 6c Brown Red (224) and 10c Green (226), tied by registry oval cancels, purple "Philadelphia Pa. Registered Jul. 16, 1890" boxed datestamp, New York registry label, on stamp dealer's corner card cover to Narbonne, France, New York, transit and receiving backstamps. Paid 10c registry fee and triple UPU 5c single letter rate = 25c postage. Ex-Johnson.

This is the earliest documented use of the 4c Lincoln 1890 Issue, release of the 4c and 5c were delayed as American Bank Note Company worked on new designs, with 2015 P.S.A.G. certificate.

Owner's ID: 2722
Certificate? Yes
For Sale? No
Stampless? No
Stamps:Stamp images are from reference catalog. Click image to view at larger resolution.
[SNS 62] SNS# 62 [1890 4¢ Dark Brown - USA Stamps 1890-1893 Issues]
[SNS 63] SNS# 63 [1890 5¢ Chocolate - USA Stamps 1890-1893 Issues]
[SNS 64] SNS# 64 [1890 6¢ Brown Red - USA Stamps 1890-1893 Issues]
[SNS 66] SNS# 66 [1890 10¢ Green - USA Stamps 1890-1893 Issues]