300 Franklin 301 302 Jackson 303 304 Lincoln 305 306 Martha Washington307300 Franklin 301 302 Jackson 303 304 Lincoln 305 306 Martha Washington307 1st Postmaster General Washington7th U.S. President Grant 16th U.S. President Garfield 1st First Lady Daniel Webster 1st U.S. President 18th U.S. President 20th U.S. President Statesman 308 B. Harrison 23rd U.S. President 309 Henry ClayStatesman 310 Jefferson 3rd U.S. President 311 313 315 An Ornate New Design for theRegular Issues Starting in 1902, the Regular Issues got fancy new designs, and for the first time, a woman was honored – Martha Washington! Two other new fac- es were introduced in this series: Benjamin Harrison, our 23rd President; and U.S. Admiral David Farragut, Union naval commander during the Civil War. Today, this series is prized by collectors as an excellent representation of early 20th-century U.S. stamps at their best! 314 Lincoln 319, 320 Franklin “Great Emancipator” Washington Scientist, Statesman “Father of our Country” Scott Number Mint Used 311 $1 black..........................$1,000.00 $90.00 312 $2 dark blue.........................1,300.00 250.00 313 $5 dark green....................... 3,000.00 800.00 1906-08 Imperforate Stamps 314 1¢ blue green ........................ 49.00 36.00 315 5¢ blue....................................650.00 1,150.00 1903 Perforated 12 Stamp 319 2¢ carmine............................... 8.00 .20 1906 Imperforate Stamp 320 2¢ carmine............................. 45.00 37.50 Farragut312 Marshall 1st U.S. Navy Admiral Madison 4th Chief Justice 4th U.S. President Scott Number Mint Used Series of 1902-03, Perforated 12 300 1¢blue green..........................$11.50 $.20 301 2¢ carmine....................................20.00 .20 302 3¢ bright violet ..............................72.50 3.95 303 4¢ brown...................................65.00 2.00 304 5¢ blue......................................70.00 2.00 305 6¢ claret....................................95.00 6.25 306 8¢ violet black ..............................65.00 3.75 307 10¢ pale red brown.......................75.00 2.75 308 13¢ purple black............................69.00 12.00 309 15¢ olive green.......................210.00 14.00 310 50¢ orange.............................600.00 37.50 323 Robert R. Livingston 326 McKinley Stamp Series HonorsAmerica’s Greatest Bargain The Louisiana Purchase, obtained from France in 1803 for $15 million, almost doubled the size of the U.S. and encouraged westward expansion. It was commemorated in 1904 with this series. The purchased land became the states of Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, as well as portions of eight other states and two Canadian provinces. 324 325 Jefferson Monroe 327 Map of Louisiana Purchase 1904 LOUISIANA PURCHASE COMMEMORATIVES 323 1¢ green, Statesman ..... $55.00 $5.50 324 2¢ carmine, 3rd Pres. ... 45.00 3.00 325 3¢ violet, 5th Pres. ........ 130.00 55.00 326 5¢ dark blue, 25th Pres. 150.00 35.00 327 10¢ Louisiana Territory.. 290.00 52.00 11 First Permanent English Settlement Honored The Jamestown Commemoratives were issued in low denominations to make them easy for collectors of the time to afford. The stamps were produced for the Jamestown Exposition, which marked the 300th anniversary of the first permanent U.S. settlement. 328 Captain John Smith 329 Founding of Jamestown 330 Pocahontas 1907 JAMESTOWN COMMEMORATIVES 328 1¢ Explorer ..................... $42.50 $4.25 329 2¢ Jamestown, Virginia... 42.50 3.75 330 5¢ American Indian......... 185.00 39.00
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