Wisconsin Federation of Stamp Clubs (WFSC)
Across the Fence Post Newsletter
1999 U.S. Varieties Clearinghouse Column



          This page includes U.S. Varieties Clearinghouse Columns from the 1999 issues of Across the Fence Post.



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February Issue

Gregg Greenwald's U.S.Varieties Report

Scott 2603 - 10c Eagle and Shield "USA Bulk Rate" from plate No. 44444 has a new type of gum that is different than the previous shiny and low-gloss gum types.

Bob Starkey, Philatelic Clerk, Main Post Office, 24 Corliss St., Providence, RI 02904-9713 (RStarkry@email.usps.gov)

Renate Fearonce, Philatelic Clerk, 1501 So. Cherrybell Strav, Tucson, AZ 85726-999R (RFeanmc@email.usps.gov)

Only the Providence Philatelic Center distinguishes the color varieties on the 5-cent coils.

Gregg recommends that if your local post office has any $9.60 Pink Rose vending booklets available; it would be worthwhile to check on what you can get. If you know the accountable papers person, ask if there are any of these booklets around before they are sent in for destruction. It's Gregg's opinion that any finds could easily be sold for double face to dealers or collectors.

If you've found any new varieties, please report them to: Gregg Greenwald, 2401 Bluebird Ct., Marshfield, WI 54449-3128 (bluehird@tznet.com)


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Latest update: June 14, 2005  

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