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Tim wrote at 2010-10-12 21:52:38
Mike gives a great answer, but I am still wondering what to make of my Scott #652. I am more confused than Ellis since I have one, but no catalog I have seen lists it. Here are the details of the one I have:



11 cent, Hayes, light yellow green similar to #622, perf 11x11, 1929 Flat Plate Printing (Type of 1922-26). I have it in an old Scott "The National Postage Stamp Album, Pages for the Special Printings, March 15th, 1935" and is listed on album page 31e. Scott does list a blue Hayes 11 cent 11 perf #563, but is very different as I have both. This is not a complete answer, but some good data. Hope that this helps, Tim


Neil wrote at 2011-02-28 16:28:55
Actually there was a #652 in the Scott Catalog in the mid-1930s. It has since been re-listed as #563a.


Papa wrote at 2013-08-22 19:46:11
Scott #652 is a 11 cent issue in light yellow green, of Hayes. Same as #563.


Papa wrote at 2013-08-22 19:46:26
Scott #652 is a 11 cent issue in light yellow green, of Hayes. Same as #563.


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My specialty is United States Errors, but I can answer most questions on United States stamps (except covers). I have been collecting U.S. stamps for about 35 years, and U.S. Errors for approximately 25 years. I have been selling both online for about 4 years. I am also a member of the APS (American Philatelic Society)

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As I said above, I have been collecting U.S. stamps for about 35 years, and U.S. Errors for approximately 25 years. I have been selling both online for about 4 years, mostly on Ebay and Bidstart.com.

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I am a 25+ year member of the APS

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I went to 2 years of college at Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, and received a degree in Applied Science

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