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United States/BOB & Other : Franklin 2 cent postal card

 

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snowy12
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01 Nov 2013
08:34:44am

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I received this postal card as part of an exchange could some one tell me any thing about it.Thanks in advance .
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michael78651

01 Nov 2013
09:00:11am
re: Franklin 2 cent postal card

Brian, it is listed in the Scott United States Specialized. Scott #UX38, issued on November 16, 1951. Value is 35 cents US.

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01 Nov 2013
09:55:36am
re: Franklin 2 cent postal card

it was the first 2c postal card issued after PC rates were returned to their 2c rate after the First World War; it was the workhorse of postal cards until replaced by a new rate in the 50s.

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snowy12

01 Nov 2013
08:34:44am

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Hi
I received this postal card as part of an exchange could some one tell me any thing about it.Thanks in advance .
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Brian

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michael78651

01 Nov 2013
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re: Franklin 2 cent postal card

Brian, it is listed in the Scott United States Specialized. Scott #UX38, issued on November 16, 1951. Value is 35 cents US.

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Editor, Seal News; contributor, JuicyHeads
01 Nov 2013
09:55:36am

re: Franklin 2 cent postal card

it was the first 2c postal card issued after PC rates were returned to their 2c rate after the First World War; it was the workhorse of postal cards until replaced by a new rate in the 50s.

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"Save the USPS, buy stamps; save the hobby, use commemoratives"

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