1839 Mercantile Committee Printed entire headed “the fears of the paper makers and stationers about collecting postage by means of stamps allayed”, showing an example of an essay by Charles Whiting in red, black and white, affixed to the address panel on the reverse; a fine, very rare and important document trying to allay the fears of the public regarding the use of postage stamps, believed to be 5 or 6 in private hands.
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