2122 Eagle and Half Moon Scott Number Mint Used 1985 Express Mail Stamp 2122 $10.75 Express Mail .... $34.95 $15.95 1985-87 Transportation Series 2123 School Bus 2124 Buckboard 2125 Star Route Truck 2126 Tricycle 2127 Tractor 2128 Ambulance 2129 Tow Truck 2130 Oil Wagon 2131 Stutz Bearcat 2132 Stanley Steamer 2133 Pushcart 2134 Iceboat 2135 Dog Sled 2136 Bread Wagon 2123//2228 17 Coil Stamps, (2123-36, 2225-28) complete. Save 90¢ Mint, 70¢ Used 9.25 2123 2124 2125 2126 2127 2128 2129 2130 2131 2132 2133 2134 2135 2136 2225 1¢ Omnibus re-engraved 2226 2¢ Locomotive re-engraved 2228 4¢ Stagecoach re-engraved 3.4¢ School Bus........... 4.9¢ Buckboard............ 5.5¢ Star Route Truck.. 6¢ Tricycle ................... 7.1¢ Tractor ................. 8.3¢ Ambulance........... 8.5¢ Tow Truck............ 10.1¢ Oil Wagon.......... 11¢ Stutz Bearcat ........ 12¢ Stanley Steamer ... 12.5¢ Pushcart............. 14¢ Iceboat.................. 17¢ Dog Sled............... 25¢ Bread Wagon........ .50 .50 .60 .50 .60 .60 .60 .70 .70 .70 .70 .70 1.00 1.20 .15 .15 .25 6.60 .50 .50 .60 .40 .60 .60 .40 .40 .70 .70 .40 .50 .30 .15 .15 .15 .25 (See pages 55, 64, 65, & 70 for more Transportation Stamps) 1985 COMMEMORATIVES Order Number Mint Used YS1985 (2110, 2137-47, 2152-66) 27 Stamps, complete, Save $3.50 Mint, 65¢ Used ............ $36.95 $6.15 2110 Jerome Kern Performing Arts Scott Number 2110 22¢ Jerome Kern – Composer .................... 1.00 .15 2137 22¢ Black Heritage ...... 1.35 .20 2138-41 Duck Decoys 2138-41 22¢ Duck Decoys 2138 2139 2140 2141 2137 Mary McLeod BethuneEducator Mint Used 2143 Love 2142 22¢ Winter Special Olympics 1.25 .15 2143 22¢ Love Crayon ......... 1.25 .15 2144 22¢ Rural Electrification 1.25 .20 Changes in the Transportation Series If you compare the first Transportation Series, issued from 1981-84, to the 1985-87 series, you will see no cent signs are included on the second installment of the series (or on the third issued from 198788). It was decided that removing the cent signs from the stamps gave the designers more room for creativity. But the practice of only listing a numeral caused confusion with higher denominations. Was a “1” representative of a one-dollar stamp or a one cent? Later, it was decided that $ would be employed on the higher denominations. This change in policy is also the reason behind duplicated stamps like the 2-cent Locomotive first issued in 1981 and the 2-cent Locomotive issued in 1986. 62 4 Stamps..................... 6.25 .95 22¢ Broadbill................ 1.60 .25 22¢ Mallard.................. 1.60 .25 22¢ Canvasback.......... 1.60 .25 22¢ Redhead ............... 1.60 .25 2142 Special Olympics Emblem 2144 REA Power, Lines, Farmland 2145 AMERIPEX ‘86 U.S. No. 134 2147 F.A. Bartholdi, Architect – SculptorStatue of Liberty Scott Number 2145 22¢ AMERIPEX ’86 ..... 2146 22¢ Abigail Adams....... 2147 22¢ F.A. Bartholdi........ 1985 Regular Issues 2146 Abigail Adams Mint Used $1.25 $.15 1.25 .15 1.05 .15 2149 2150 Washington Envelopes 2149 18¢ G. Washington & Monumentvertical coil................... 1.00 .40 2150 21.1¢ Sealed Envelopesvertical coil................... 1.25 1.20 1985 Commemoratives 2152 2153 American Troops Marching Men, Women, ChildrenCorinthian Columns 2154 The Battle of Marne, France 2152 22¢ Korean War Veterans 2153 22¢ Social Security Act50th Anniversary.......... 2154 22¢ WWI Veterans....... 2155-58 Horses 2155-58 22¢ Horses, 4 Stamps 2155 22¢ Quarter Horse....... 2156 22¢ Morgan.................. 2157 22¢ Saddlebred ........... 2158 22¢ Appaloosa............. 1.25 .15 1.25 .15 1.25 .15 8.95 1.50 2.25 .40 2.25 .40 2.25 .40 2.25 .40
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