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- 10c Jefferson Davis type I block of four
10c Jefferson Davis type I block of four
- CSA block of four 10-cent Jefferson Davis. Issued imperforate. Printed by Keatinge & Ball, Columbia, South Carolina, in 1864 from the Archer & Daly plates. This firm continued to supply 10-cent stamps until the fall of the city on February 17, 1865. Recognized by the generally inferior printing and molasses-colored gum laid on thickly in uneven streaks. "POD" [Post Office Department] stamped on back.
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- paper (white wove paper of strong texture and varied thickness); ink (blue, which ranges from dull to deep cobalt); gum (brown streaked)
- Height x Width: 2 1/8 x 1 11/16 in. (5.4 x 4.29 cm)
- Confederate States of America
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