Cuba #224 3¢ on 3¢ Jackson Overprint - 1899 Mint Never-Hinged Overprint Issue

After the Spanish-American War, Cuba was governed by the U.S. until it achieved independence in 1902. During this period U.S. stamps were overprinted “CUBA” with their denominations in local currency. Even though these overprinted stamps are considerably more scarce than their non-overprinted U.S. counterparts they sell for much less! This U.S. 3¢ Jackson (#268) retails for $46, but you can own this mint-never hinged Cuba overprint for a fraction of that price!Cuba #224 - 3 centavos on 3¢ Jackson

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