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1907 Jamestown (NH)

Weighted GPA : 97.50
% Complete:  100.00%
Set Rating: 97.50
% Jumbo: 33.33
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Owner's Comments:
History: In 1907, the Jamestown Tercentennial Exposition celebrated the 300th anniversary with a fair on the shore in Hampton Roads, near Norfolk, Virginia. Organizers of the Jamestown Exposition requested that the Post Office Department issue a set of commemorative stamps, as it had done for other fairs since the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition. Postmaster General George B. Cortelyou initially declined, stating that the post office did not issue special postage stamps in commemoration of expositions. When President Theodore Roosevelt expressed his desire that the stamps be issued, however, Cortelyou quickly changed his mind. For more history:

Loutha Collection
Item Scott No. Issue Date Denom Color PSE Grade Pop* Pop
J Pop
Condition Owner's Comments
1c 328  1907  1c  Green  NG  Mint OGnh  1 Captain John Smith 
2c 329  1907  2c  Carmine  98  Mint OGnh  2 Landing at Jamestown 
5c 330  1907  5c  Blue  95J  Mint OGnh  5 Pocahontas, based on a 1616 ... more

* Pop (population) values are the number of stamps graded by Scott number and condition for each item listed.
Pop Higher values represent the number of stamps which are worth more points in the Registry, taking into account bonus points for Jumbos whereas 80J = 83, 85J = 88, 90J = 93, 95J = 97, 98J = 99, 100J = 102. J Pop Higher values are the number of Jumbos graded higher for each item listed.