The most recent three additions to Philosateleia’s 14¢ American Indian stamp exhibit are now available for viewing.
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Philosateleia’s editor recently acquired a cover showing solo usage of the 14¢ American Indian stamp in 1924.
The 14¢ American Indian stamp paid an unusual airmail rate on this cover mailed from Hawaii to Germany in 1935.
This cover mailed from Los Angeles, California, to Vienna, Austria, Germany, in 1938 bears a single copy of the 14¢ American Indian stamp
The stamp on this cover postmarked in Indian Falls, Michigan, in 1936 also shows evidence of a possible double transfer.
See a United States 14-cent American Indian stamp on a cover mailed from New York, New York, on February 14, 1925.
This example of United States Scott 565 shows a crack running from the latter “S” in ”STATES” through the “P” in ”POSTAGE,” then on to the stamp’s vignette.
This double-weight registered cover was mailed from the National Sugar Refining Company of New Jersey in December 1923.
This cover postmarked in Indian River, Michigan, in 1936 bears a single copy of the 14¢ American Indian stamp.
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