How much are my 24-Cent Stamps worth?
About 24-Cent Stamps
Postage stamps encased in a brassy-metal housing were invented by A.M. Gault in 1861 to alleviate a severe shortage of coinage. They were issued only in 1861 by a handful of private businesses. A piece of mica (clear plastic) was used to protect the stamp in its frame. A small number of these fascinating paper money-token crossover items survive today and very few in top quality condition. This is a collectible worthy of greater attention as values have not been well defined for items of superior condition.
Ayers Cathartic Pills 24c (Fr. EP159b)
Take Ayers Pills 24c (Fr. EP159c)
Ayers Sarsaparilla 24c (Fr. EP160)
Bates, Joseph L., Boston 24c (Fr. EP160a)
Browns Bronchial Troches 24c (Fr. EP161)
Buhl, F. & Co., Detroit 24c (Fr. EP162)
Burnetts Cocoaine Kalliston 24c (Fr. EP163)
Burnetts Cooking Extracts 24c (Fr. EP164)
Drakes Plantation Bitters 24c (Fr. EP165)
Ellis, McAlpin & Co., Cincinnati 24c (Fr. EP166)
Gault, J. Plain Frame 24c (Fr. EP167)
Gault, J. Ribbed Frame 24c (Fr. EP168)
Hunt & Nash, Irving House, N.Y. Plain Frame 24c (Fr. EP169)
Hunt & Nash, Irving House, N.Y. Ribbed Frame 24c (Fr. EP170)
Kirkpatrick & Gault, N.Y. 24c (Fr. EP171)
Lord & Taylor, N.Y. 24c (Fr. EP172)
Pearce, Tolle & Holton, Cincinnati 24c (Fr. EP172a)
Ayers Cathartic Pills 24c (Fr. EP172b)
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