1959 Postage Due U.S. Stamps Designs

Printed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing on unwatermarked paper – Perf 11 x 10.5 – Issued June 19, 1959 unless otherwise notedю

The U.S. Postage Due Stamps of the 1959 Series
Perf 11 x 10.5 – All denominations except the 11¢, 13¢ and 17¢ stamps were first issued on June 19, 1959.
All of the stamps were issued in both shiny and dull gum varieties,
with the dull gum stamps bringing a slight premium. The 7¢ stamp with dull gum brings a major premium. Denomination omitted errors are known on the 1¢,
3¢, 4¢, 5¢, 6¢, 7¢ and 8¢ stamps. These errors must be collected as a pair with one ordinary stamp with denomination and the other without.
The 11¢, 13¢ and 17¢ stamps were issued on January 2, 1978.
Cat. # Listed Numbers for the Postage Due Stamp Designs of 1959

Cat. # J88 –  1/2¢ Carmine rose 
Cat. # J89 –  1¢ Carmine rose – denomination omitted errors are known
Cat. # J90 –  2¢ Carmine rose
Cat. # J91 –  3¢ Carmine rose – denomination omitted errors are known
Cat. # J92 –  4¢ Carmine rose – denomination omitted errors are known
Cat. # J93 –  5¢ Carmine rose – denomination omitted errors are known
Cat. # J94 –  6¢ Carmine rose – denomination omitted errors are known
Cat. # J95 –  7¢ Carmine rose – the dull gum stamp brings a major premium 
Cat. # J96 –  8¢ Carmine rose – denomination omitted errors are known
Cat. # J97 –  10¢ Carmine rose
Cat. # J102 – 11¢ Carmine rose (January 2, 1978)
Cat. # J103 – 13¢ Carmine rose (January 2, 1978)
Cat. # J104 – 17¢  Carmine rose (June 10, 1985)
Cat. # J98 –   30¢ Carmine rose
Cat. # J99 –   50¢ Carmine rose
Cat. # J100 – $1 Carmine rose
Cat. # J101 – $5 Carmine rose

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