1870-1871 National Bank Note #134-155

1870-1871 National Bank Note Issues #134-155
To replace the short-lived 1869 pictorials, the Post Office Department returned to traditional portraits featuring prominent Americans. Stamps of this era are known as "Bank Note" issues because the National, Continental and American Bank Note Companies - renowned for printing high-quality currency - were contracted to produce them.

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  1. # 134 - 1¢ Franklin - ultramarine with grill
    mint
    $1,050.00
    used
    $210.00
  2. # 135 - 2¢ Jackson - red brown with grill
    mint
    $650.00
    used
    $80.00
  3. # 136 - 3¢ Washington - green with grill
    mint
    $395.00
    used
    $31.00
  4. # 137 - 6¢ Lincoln - carmine with grill
    mint
    $2,200.00
    used
    $495.00
  5. # 138 - 7¢ Stanton - vermilion with grill
    mint
    $1,750.00
    used
    $495.00
  6. # 139 - 10¢ Jefferson - brown with grill
    mint
    $2,400.00
    used
    $750.00
  7. # 141 - 15¢ Webster - orange with grill
    mint
    $3,000.00
    used
    $1,200.00
  8. # 145 - 1¢ Franklin - ultramarine
    mint
    $300.00
    used
    $24.00
  9. # 146 - 2¢ Jackson - red brown
    mint
    $195.00
    used
    $16.00
  10. # 147 - 3¢ Washington - green
    mint
    $160.00
    used
    $1.75
  11. # 148 - 6¢ Lincoln - carmine
    mint
    $400.00
    used
    $29.00
  12. # 149 - 7¢ Stanton - vermilion
    mint
    $475.00
    used
    $90.00
  13. # 150 - 10¢ Jefferson - brown
    mint
    $700.00
    used
    $32.00
  14. # 151 - 12¢ Clay - dull violet
    mint
    $1,200.00
    used
    $190.00
  15. # 152 - 15¢ Webster - bright orange
    mint
    $1,150.00
    used
    $195.00
  16. # 153 - 24¢ Scott - purple
    mint
    $950.00
    used
    $195.00
  17. # 154 - 30¢ Hamilton - black
    mint
    $3,000.00
    used
    $250.00
  18. # 155 - 90¢ Perry - carmine
    mint
    $2,400.00
    used
    $310.00