The Scott numbers listed below are for each design of 1933 and 1934 that was issued as a Farley reprint. All of the stamps were printed under the administration of Postmaster General James A. Farley. The twenty Farley reprints, sometimes referred to as “Farley’s Follies” and catalogued as Scott’s 752-771, were issued without gum and were placed on sale at the Philatelic Agency in Washington, D.C. for only three months, March 15 through June 15, 1935. Note that the presence or lack of gum does not help in separating most of these stamps, since gum can be removed from the regularly issued stamps by simply soaking them in water. Further, in 1940, the Post Office Department offered to gum full sheets of most of these, including Scott’s 756-765, 769 and 770, and many of those Farley reprint sheets were gummed. The stamps illustrated are all Farley reprints.
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