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1935 3¢ Peace of 1783 Special Printing #752

752 Scotts - US Postage Stamps
Hasbrouck House, Newburgh, N.Y.
The location where George Washington
officially declared the end of the revolutionary war

Note: The only difference between this stamp and #727 is that this
was issued without gum and #727 was issued with gum.

3¢ Violet (NO GUM)
Rotary Press Printing - Perf. 10 ½ x 11
Scott #752 - 1935

Value for gutter blocks of 16 (see example below)
Used: See note below
No postmark with gum (MH): $40-$45
Full perfect gum, no postmark, no trace of stamp hinge mark (MNH): $75-$80

Note: As these were issued without gum there is no way of establishing if the stamp is a #727 or
this stamp, consequently all used #757's are treated as used #727's.
I have not been able to find any used examples of this stamp and as
it was issued purely for philatelic use I doubt that many exist.
In any event used copies of gutter blocks should sell for a premium
more so if on a cover, and particularly on a non-philatelic cover.
Mint examples without gum and without a gutter can be priced the same as #727

A gutter block of 16 of #752.
This is the standard method of selling #752 as #727 did not have gutters

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