Postal Savings issues
Postal Savings stamps were issued in three
batches: 1911 (Scott PS1 and PS4), 1936-40 (Scott PS6-PS10), and
1941 (Scott PS11-PS15).
Booklet panes of Scott PS11b are known
with plate numbers. Plate numbers should appear on booklet panes of
Scott PS12b but none have been reported.
PS1, 10¢ orange,
Plate number 5505 R
deep blue, perf 12, Plate number 21485 R
deep ultramarine, Plate number 22540 L
Plate number 22543 L
Plate number 22544 L
Plate number 22545 L
Plate number 22722 UL
PS11b var, 10¢ booklet single with
plate number 147086 appearing on the tab,
photographically cropped from a booklet pane of 10 (Scott PS11b)
Plate number 22725 LR
Plate number 22719 UL
Plate number 22720 LL
Plate number 22730 B
Savings stamps were issued from 1954-61.
Booklet panes of Scott S1a and S2a are
known with plate numbers. Plate numbers for booklet panes of Scott
S6a and S7a were printed too far from the stamp design and none are known.
Plate number 166043 UL
Plate number 167089 LR
Plate number 165007 LL
Plate number 165050 UL
Plate number 166741 LR
Plate number 166098 UL
Plate number 166068 B
S6, 25¢ with 48-star flag,
Plate number 166946 LL
S7, 25¢ with 50-star flag,
Plate number 167486 LR
Treasury Savings stamp
The sole Treasury Savings stamp was issued
Plate number 73197 B
War Savings stamps
War Savings stamps were issued in two
batches. The first series helped to finance World War I (1917
issues, Scott WS1-WS3, and 1919-20 issues, Scott WS4-WS6). The
second series was issued to help finance World War II (1942 issues, Scott
WS7-WS11, plus coil issues Scott WS12 and WS13).
Plate number 59045 B. (Image courtesy of Wallace
Plate number 67550 T
Plate number 149494 LL
Plate number 150708 UR
Plate number 149591 UR
Plate number 149596 UR
Plate number F 150131 T
WS12, 10¢ coil, showing partial plate
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