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United States/BOB & Other : State of New York stamp.

 

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gerom

26 Jan 2020
11:35:05am
I don't found this stamp in Scott or "stampsmarter".
Thank for any help for identification of stamp,overprint and perfin.
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musicman
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APS #213005

26 Jan 2020
02:34:35pm
re: State of New York stamp.

This is a (state) revenue stamp;


have a look at this site -
http://myplace.frontier.com/~ktk.lange/NewYorkStockTransferTax/




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gerom

26 Jan 2020
03:13:15pm
re: State of New York stamp.

Thank you musicman.It's a nice site.
I understand that this stamp isn't registered in Scott.

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26 Jan 2020
03:38:58pm
re: State of New York stamp.

Here is a better view of the perfin. Looks like SL & Co 11. 19. 42

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Going to the site from Musicman the company is Stevens & Legg of 25 Broad Street.

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26 Jan 2020
03:53:25pm
re: State of New York stamp.

I have a Scott's US Specialized catalogue and the only state revenues listed there appear to the the "duck stamps" or hunting revenue stamps. All other state stamps must be listed somewhere because I am pretty sure I have seen Scott's numbers listed for some of them. With all the US experts out there I'm sure someone can put you onto the right catalogue.
I don't think they have a huge value, I have several of the sames types of New York stock transfer stamps you show and paid very little for them. Good luck!

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APS #213005

26 Jan 2020
07:17:58pm
re: State of New York stamp.

Actually, these are not listed in any Scott catalog and therefore
don't have Scott #'s.

Go to;
http://myplace.frontier.com/~ktk.lange/NewYorkStockTransferTax/NYSTT_album.htm

...then scroll down the page to the bottom image; you will see a sample of an album page -
note the numbering of the images.

These were catalogued by The "State Revenue Society - State Revenue Stamps Catalog"
and this is their numbering system.

I have an album for these, as I am a state revenue collector. I acquired my pages from this site, which are very well done. I would highly recommend them.

For the most part they are extremely affordable and are relatively easy to come by.

I would strongly recommend you use this site for identification purposes, as Kurt Lange (site owner) has done a wonderful job with it.

A word of mild caution;

they can be a challenge to properly identify all the potential variations!
(...but isn't that the fun of it?!?)


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gerom

27 Jan 2020
01:44:41am
re: State of New York stamp.

Thank you Sheepshanks.I don't saw in the first time the category "perfins" in the Musicman site.

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JohnGalt

01 Dec 2020
09:52:19pm
re: State of New York stamp.

I have literally hundreds of these which I have yet to sort through. Came with a US Revenue collection that was gifted to me. Thanks for the links to the NY State Revenue stamps Musicman. Happy

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gerom

26 Jan 2020
11:35:05am

I don't found this stamp in Scott or "stampsmarter".
Thank for any help for identification of stamp,overprint and perfin.
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APS #213005
26 Jan 2020
02:34:35pm

re: State of New York stamp.

This is a (state) revenue stamp;


have a look at this site -
http://myplace.frontier.com/~ktk.lange/NewYorkStockTransferTax/




(Modified by Moderator on 2020-01-27 07:34:32)

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gerom

26 Jan 2020
03:13:15pm

re: State of New York stamp.

Thank you musicman.It's a nice site.
I understand that this stamp isn't registered in Scott.

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sheepshanks

26 Jan 2020
03:38:58pm

re: State of New York stamp.

Here is a better view of the perfin. Looks like SL & Co 11. 19. 42

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Going to the site from Musicman the company is Stevens & Legg of 25 Broad Street.

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This is my diabetic cat OBI! I think, therefore I am - I think! Descartes, sort of!
26 Jan 2020
03:53:25pm

re: State of New York stamp.

I have a Scott's US Specialized catalogue and the only state revenues listed there appear to the the "duck stamps" or hunting revenue stamps. All other state stamps must be listed somewhere because I am pretty sure I have seen Scott's numbers listed for some of them. With all the US experts out there I'm sure someone can put you onto the right catalogue.
I don't think they have a huge value, I have several of the sames types of New York stock transfer stamps you show and paid very little for them. Good luck!

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APS #213005
26 Jan 2020
07:17:58pm

re: State of New York stamp.

Actually, these are not listed in any Scott catalog and therefore
don't have Scott #'s.

Go to;
http://myplace.frontier.com/~ktk.lange/NewYorkStockTransferTax/NYSTT_album.htm

...then scroll down the page to the bottom image; you will see a sample of an album page -
note the numbering of the images.

These were catalogued by The "State Revenue Society - State Revenue Stamps Catalog"
and this is their numbering system.

I have an album for these, as I am a state revenue collector. I acquired my pages from this site, which are very well done. I would highly recommend them.

For the most part they are extremely affordable and are relatively easy to come by.

I would strongly recommend you use this site for identification purposes, as Kurt Lange (site owner) has done a wonderful job with it.

A word of mild caution;

they can be a challenge to properly identify all the potential variations!
(...but isn't that the fun of it?!?)


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gerom

27 Jan 2020
01:44:41am

re: State of New York stamp.

Thank you Sheepshanks.I don't saw in the first time the category "perfins" in the Musicman site.

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JohnGalt

01 Dec 2020
09:52:19pm

re: State of New York stamp.

I have literally hundreds of these which I have yet to sort through. Came with a US Revenue collection that was gifted to me. Thanks for the links to the NY State Revenue stamps Musicman. Happy

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