1894 First U.S. Government Printing #246-263

The Government Takes Over!
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing, a division of the Treasury Department, began printing U.S. postage stamps in 1894, modifying the 1890 American Bank Note Company designs by adding triangles to the upper corners. These stamps for sale online include triangles on the 2¢ denomination that exists in three versions -- Types I, II, & III.

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19 Items

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  1. # 246 - 1¢ Franklin - ultramarine
    mint
    $44.00
    used
    $7.00
  2. # 247 - 1¢ Franklin - blue
    mint
    $85.00
    used
    $3.50
  3. # 248 - 2¢ Washington - pink Type I
    mint
    $36.00
    used
    $8.50
  4. # 249 - 2¢ Washington - carmine lake Type I
    mint
    $195.00
    used
    $6.50
  5. # 250 - 2¢ Washington - carmine Type I
    mint
    $41.00
    used
    $2.50
  6. # 251 - 2¢ Washington - carmine Type II
    mint
    $375.00
    used
    $12.00
  7. # 252 - 2¢ Washington - carmine Type III
    mint
    $150.00
    used
    $14.00
  8. # 253 - 3¢ Jackson - purple
    mint
    $125.00
    used
    $14.00
  9. # 254 - 4¢ Lincoln - dark brown
    mint
    $195.00
    used
    $11.50
  10. # 255 - 5¢ Grant - chocolate
    mint
    $150.00
    used
    $9.00
  11. # 256 - 6¢ Garfield - dull brown
    mint
    $185.00
    used
    $28.00
  12. # 257 - 8¢ Sherman - violet brown
    mint
    $195.00
    used
    $22.00
  13. # 258 - 10¢ Webster - dark green
    mint
    $340.00
    used
    $17.00
  14. # 259 - 15¢ Clay - dark blue
    mint
    $340.00
    used
    $70.00
  15. # 260 - 50¢ Jefferson - orange
    mint
    $600.00
    used
    $150.00
  16. # 261 - $1 Perry - black Type I
    mint
    $1,100.00
    used
    $375.00
  17. # 261A - $1 Perry - black Type II
    mint
    $2,400.00
    used
    $775.00
  18. # 262 - $2 Madison - blue
    mint
    $3,100.00
    used
    $1,150.00
  19. # 263 - $5 Marshall - dark green
    mint
    $4,500.00
    used
    $2,200.00