1912-14 Washington-Franklin Single Line Watermark Perforated 12The 1912-14 series witnessed a number of changes to the Washington-Franklin configuration. The George Washington vignette reput Ben Franklin on the one cent stamp. Also, the one and 2 cent stamps were redesigned so that the denominations were presented utilizing numerals. On prior issues the denominations on the lower worths were spelled out. In other words, the architecture readjusted from "ONE CENT" to "1 CENT 1."





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1 cent Washington green$9.50$0.25
2 cent Carmine$9.50$0.25
7 cent Black$120.00$12.50



8 cent Olive green$63.50$1.80
9 cent Salmon red$80.00$12.75
10 cent Ovariety yellow$60.00$0.60
12 cent Claret brown$75.00$4.00
15 cent Gray$125.00$3.50
20 cent Ultramarine$285.00$15.75
30 cent Oselection red$175.00$16.00
50 cent Violet$550.00$25.00
50 cent Double-line Watermark$335.00$20.00
1 dollar Double-line Watermark$685.00$67.50

1914-15 Flat Plate Single Line Watermark Perforated 10

In 1857 the Message Office Department started perforating stamps. All of the designs of 1851 were re-released in the brand-new perforated format and a secondary three deindications were included.

1 cent Washington green$3.65$0.20
2 cent Rose red$3.50$0.20
3 cent Deep violet$21.50$1.35
4 cent Brown$47.50$0.95
5 cent Blue$47.50$0.95
6 cent Red orange$75.00$2.00
7 cent Black$130.00$4.75
8 cent Franklin olive green$50.00$3.25
9 cent Salmon red$70.00$8.75
10 cent Oselection yellow$72.50$0.90
11 cent Dark green$35.00$8.00
12 cent Copper red$47.50$8.25
12 cent Claret brown$40.00$5.75
15 cent Gray$175.00$7.00
20 cent Ultramarine$315.00$5.50
30 cent Oarray red$335.00$15.00
50 cent Violet$800.00$16.50

1914 Flat Plate Coil Single Line Waternote Perforated 10 Horizontal
1 cent Washington green$2.00$1.10
2 cent Carmine$15.75$17.50

1914 Flat Plate Coil Single Line Watermark Perforated 10 Vertical

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1 cent Washington green$40.00$29.50
2 cent Carmine$65.00$17.50
3 cent Violet$325.00$175.00
4 cent Brown$175.00$110.00
5 cent Blue$67.50$75.00

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