90¢ Perry
(read how to identify your stamp below)

Carmine Rose-Carmine


You have the 90¢ Perry from the years 1870-1882. It is uncommon.

CARMINE STAMPS

You will notice the stamp to the left tends to be more of a carmine color than the stamp on the right. If the stamp does not have an embossed grill (shown below) and errs towards the carmine of the left stamp then click here.


Example of a grill

If the stamps color errs towards the carmine of the stamp on the left and has an embossed grill (an example is shown above) click here.

ROSE-CARMINE STAMPS

If the stamp tends towards the rose-carmine of the stamp on the right then click here or here. The latter stamp is printed on a softer porous paper and if it has a reconisable date on a postmark it will be after Feb. 4th 1879


Example of #177

This stamp was reprinted (Scott #177) in a violet carmine color in 1875 and it can be viewed by clicking here. These are all accounted for, and will be accompanied by a certificate.

The stamps color was changed to purple in 1888. Click here for details

Scott #218