1901 Pan-American Exposition #294-299

1901 Pan-American Exposition #294-299
Heralding the Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo, New York, America’s first bi-colored commemoratives depicted many turn-of-the- century technological advances. Among them, the 4¢ Electric Auto stamp is the first to depict this mode of transportation. It was while attending this exposition that President McKinley was assassinated.

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  1. # 294 - 1¢ Fast Lake Navigation
    mint
    $37.00
    used
    $4.50
  2. # 295 - 2¢ Locomotive Express
    mint
    $31.00
    used
    $2.00
  3. # 296 - 4¢ Electric Automobile
    mint
    $135.00
    used
    $25.00
  4. # 297 - 5¢ Niagara Falls Bridge
    mint
    $140.00
    used
    $23.00
  5. # 298 - 8¢ Canal Lock
    mint
    $160.00
    used
    $62.00
  6. # 299 - 10¢ Fast Ocean Navigation
    mint
    $195.00
    used
    $31.00