1913-15 US Postage Stamps 481 1914 Scotts - US Postage Stamps 482 1914 Scotts - US Postage Stamps 482A 1914 Scotts - US Postage Stamps 483 1915 Scotts - US Postage Stamps 484 1915 Scotts - US Postage Stamps 485 1915 Scotts - US Postage Stamps

1916 1¢ Imperf. #481

481 Scotts - US Postage Stamps

George Washington

1¢ Green, bluish green or deep green
Flat Plate - Imperf. - Unwatermarked - Scott #481 - 1916
prices for pairs

VALUE FOR PAIRS

Used: $0.90
No postmark with gum (MH): $1-$2
Full perfect gum, no postmark, no trace of stamp hinge mark (MNH): $1-$4



The Wilson Roulette

"The origin of this roulette is that the was a quantity of
imperforate sheets of this 1c stamp left at a Pittsburgh bank as collateral for
a loan, which subsequently defaulted in 1929, then a Mr. J.H. Wilson then
applied the roulettes to the sheets in order that they could be sold as postage
to local businesses to recoup the losses incurred by the bank"
Also seen on the 2¢ (#482)

481 Scotts
Boy Scouts of America Private Perforation

p14 vertically


Another
Private Roulette (unknown providence)


Earliest known use of #481
November 17, 1916

1913-15 US Postage Stamps 481 1914 Scotts - US Postage Stamps 482 1914 Scotts - US Postage Stamps 482A 1914 Scotts - US Postage Stamps 483 1915 Scotts - US Postage Stamps 484 1915 Scotts - US Postage Stamps 485 1915 Scotts - US Postage Stamps