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- 20c Washington CSA single
20c Washington CSA single
- CSA 20-cent George Washington, full face. Issued imperforate. Line engraved on steel by Frederick Halpin, transferred to steel printing plates, and printed by Archer & Daly, Richmond, Virginia. At the close of the war, large quantities of the 20-cent stamps, in full sheets and panes, remained on hand in the post offices. Accordingly, unused examples are common.
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- National Postal Museum
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- Archer & Daly
- Postage Stamps
- paper (white wove paper of strong texture and varied thickness); ink (wide range of shades from milky green, bluish green, yellow green and dark green); gum (colorless)
- Confederate States of America
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- Scott Catalogue CSA 13
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