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1935 1¢ Special Printing #756

756 Scotts - US Postage Stamps
Yosemite National Park

1¢ Green
84 million issued - Flat Plate Printing - Imperf
Scott #756 - 1935

Value
Used: $0.25-$0.40
No postmark with gum (MH): $0.40-$0.75
Full perfect gum, no postmark, no trace of stamp hinge mark (MNH): $0.75-$1

A pane of 50, there were 4 panes to a sheet of 200

El Capitan, Yosemite National Park - source photograph for the design

The National Park Service was invited to submit photographs for the National
Park series, each park having a selection of two or three photographs for the
Bureau of Engraving to choose from.

Photo Essay using the photograph submitted
by the National Park Service as the vignette

A first day cover for #756 dated March 15th, 1935

Harry Peckmore produced a series of fine prints using the engraving on the stamp as the foundation for his work

El Capitan (in the distance) as seen from Yosemite valley

James Farley, Postmaster general at the time
The 1934-35 issues are known as the 'Farley's'
and had many imperforate varieties and souvenir sheets
specifically targeted at stamp collectors.

James Farley stands to the left of FDR, a keen philatelist

1935 US Postage Stamps 752 US Postage Stamps 753 US Postage Stamps 754 US Postage Stamps 755 US Postage Stamps 756 US Postage Stamps 757 US Postage Stamps 758 US Postage Stamps 759 US Postage Stamps 760 US Postage Stamps 761 US Postage Stamps 762 US Postage Stamps 763 US Postage Stamps 764 US Postage Stamps 765 US Postage Stamps US Postage Stamp values US Postage Stamps prices