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1937 2¢ Navy Commemorative #791

791 Scotts - US Postage Stamps

Commodore Stephen Decatur, Captain Thomas MacDonough
and the USS Saratoga

2¢ Carmine
Rotary Press Printing - Perf. 11 x 10½
Scott #791 - 1937
47 million printed

Value
Used: $0.05-$0.10
No postmark with gum (MH): $0.15-$0.25
Full perfect gum, no postmark, no trace of stamp hinge mark (MNH): $0.20-$0.30

US stamp 791 essay
US stamp 791 essay

Large die essay's on wove paper, in carmine, die sunk on card measuring 198x136mm.
Incomplete designs consisting of finished portraits and inscription labels, but no central vignettes
791-E

US stamp 791 first day cover fdc
A first day cover of #791 dated January 15th 1937

US stamp 791 sheet

A sheet of 50

Commodore Stephen Decatur

Commodore Stephen Decatur
Naval Hero during the revolutionary wars

USS Saratoga 1814

Captain Thomas MacDonough's ship, the corvette USS Saratoga which he
commanded during the naval battle of Plattsburgh during the war of 1812.
Here the Saratoga fires a full 12 gun broadside at the British ship the
HMS Confiance (which ended life as a bunch of walking sticks).

Commodore John Barry

Captain Thomas MacDonough
Victor of the battle of Plattsburgh

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