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Private Die Proprietary Stamp Models
Model for the Lanman & Kemp 1¢ Private Die Proprietary Stamp (RT16).  Approved by John W. Douglas, Commissioner of Internal Revenue, March 17, 1874.  Unique by definition.  Ex. Butler & Carpenter archives, Morton Dean Joyce.
 
Model for the Lanman & Kemp 3¢ Private Die Proprietary Stamp (RT18).  Approved by John W. Douglas, Commissioner of Internal Revenue, March 17, 1874.  Unique by definition.  Ex. Butler & Carpenter archives, Morton Dean Joyce.
 
Note: The Lanman & Kemp 2¢ private die stamp (RT17) was not approved until August 9, 1877.  No approval model is known for the 2¢ stamp.
 
The model for the Lanman & Kemp 1¢ Private Die Proprietary Stamp  (RT16) along with the entry from left side of the Butler and Carpenter Order Book, and a photocopy of the entry from the right side of the order book, mounted on Morton Dean Joyce's album page.

The model for the Lanman & Kemp 3¢ Private Die Proprietary Stamp  (RT18) along with the entry from left side of the Butler and Carpenter Order Book, and a photocopy of the entry from the right side of the order book, mounted on Morton Dean Joyce's album page.

 

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