Bug, Ky Fancy Cancel on Reg Cover Extremely RARE - Stuart Katz
"Bug" fancy cancel, registered cover (Loso-deWindt 109), tied by four bold strikes of purple bug fancy cancel, on registered cover with Bug, Ky. 27, 1929, backstamps, to Hartford, Conn. 5 receiver, vibrant strikes of scarce and attractive cancel, designed by C. Paige, on excellent registered cover, Very Fine, used from Aug. 31, 1929, until July 8, 1930. Scott 650 block of 4. Do not hesitate to ask me with any questions that you may have. I have been a full time stamp & coin dealer for the past 45 years. Member of the ANA, ASDA, NGC and dealer member of the American Philatelic Society. Stamps only certificates from either APS, PSE or from the Philatelic Foundation are accepted, however "graded" certificates or "encased" items are not accepted. Proof of the inability to express an opinion is not grounds for return.
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- Place of Origin: United States
- Certification: Uncertified
- Grade: Ungraded
- Quality: Used
- State: Kentucky
- Topic: Bugs
- Year of Issue: 1931-1940
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States