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Treasury Competition: Essays and Related Designs

George Bissager essay
George Bissager essay
George Bissager essay
James Chalmers essay, 1839
James Chalmers essay, 1839
James Chalmers essay, 1839
Anonymous essay, January 1840
Anonymous essay, January 1840
Anonymous essay, January 1840
John Henry Clive essay, September 1839
John Henry Clive essay, September 1839
John Henry Clive essay, September 1839
J. Brett essay, October 1839
J. Brett essay, October 1839
J. Brett essay, October 1839
J. Brett essay, October 1839
An October 1839 submission by John Little, anticipating the modern stamp booklet. Little proposed a 1000-stamp booklet; he sketched stamps on some of the interior pages as well.
An October 1839 submission by John Little, anticipating the modern stamp booklet. Little proposed a 1000-stamp booklet; he sketched stamps on some of the interior pages as well.
James Macdonald essay, October 1839
James Macdonald essay, October 1839
James Macdonald essay, October 1839
R. Prosser essay, September 1839, black on buff
R. Prosser essay, September 1839, black on buff
R. Prosser essay, September 1839, black on buff
R. Prosser essay, September 1839, red on buff
R. Prosser essay, September 1839, red on buff
R. Prosser essay, September 1839, red on buff
R. Prosser essay, September 1839, black on blue
R. Prosser essay, September 1839, black on blue
R. Prosser essay, September 1839, black on blue
J. E. Morton essay, black
J. E. Morton essay, black
J. E. Morton essay, black
J. E. Morton essay, blue
J. E. Morton essay, blue
J. E. Morton essay, blue
Anonymous essay, September 1839
Anonymous essay, September 1839
Anonymous essay, September 1839
Anonymous watercolor essay, December 1839
Anonymous watercolor essay, December 1839
Anonymous watercolor essay, December 1839
Anonymous two pence green essay, October 1839
Anonymous two pence green essay, October 1839
Anonymous two pence green essay, October 1839
Anonymous arms essay, October 1839
Anonymous arms essay, October 1839
Anonymous arms essay, October 1839
Anonymous penny essay, October 1839
Anonymous penny essay, October 1839
Anonymous penny essay, October 1839
Treasury Competition entry by Sir G. Mackenzie
Treasury Competition entry by Sir G. Mackenzie. Mackenzie's entry did not win, but it is very close to the final design for the Penny Black.
Treasury Competition entry by Sir G. Mackenzie. Mackenzie's entry did not win, but it is very close to the final design for the Penny Black.
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