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General Philatelic/Identify This? : I have no Idea on this one, Need the SOR Experts to Identify it?

 

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1898

17 Jul 2023
04:45:13pm
This is a scan of the reverse side of a U.S. stamps from the 1890s.

What ever this partial item is was used as a hinge.

This small part is all I have, I don't know what it is?

Could it be a stamp?

Maybe a label?

Or something else?

OK SOR experts what is it?

1898

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17 Jul 2023
06:14:25pm
re: I have no Idea on this one, Need the SOR Experts to Identify it?

Looks like part of a trading/thrift stamp.

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bobgggg

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18 Jul 2023
06:55:08am
re: I have no Idea on this one, Need the SOR Experts to Identify it?

The first use of trading stamps in the US dates back to 1891 when a Wisconsin department store gave trading stamps to customers who made cash purchases. The practice was well received and began to spread. Some retailers only allowed their stamps to be redeemed for products uniquely made or distributed by their own company or in their own stores.


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1898

18 Jul 2023
10:26:43am
re: I have no Idea on this one, Need the SOR Experts to Identify it?

@bobgggg

Thank you, good information, top drawer response.

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1898

17 Jul 2023
04:45:13pm

This is a scan of the reverse side of a U.S. stamps from the 1890s.

What ever this partial item is was used as a hinge.

This small part is all I have, I don't know what it is?

Could it be a stamp?

Maybe a label?

Or something else?

OK SOR experts what is it?

1898

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sheepshanks

17 Jul 2023
06:14:25pm

re: I have no Idea on this one, Need the SOR Experts to Identify it?

Looks like part of a trading/thrift stamp.

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bobgggg

Past President Cortlandt Stamp Club

18 Jul 2023
06:55:08am

re: I have no Idea on this one, Need the SOR Experts to Identify it?

The first use of trading stamps in the US dates back to 1891 when a Wisconsin department store gave trading stamps to customers who made cash purchases. The practice was well received and began to spread. Some retailers only allowed their stamps to be redeemed for products uniquely made or distributed by their own company or in their own stores.


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1898

18 Jul 2023
10:26:43am

re: I have no Idea on this one, Need the SOR Experts to Identify it?

@bobgggg

Thank you, good information, top drawer response.

1898

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