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The comprehensive research and study of the Imperforate 4¢ Ulysses S. Grant stamp of 1908. Ken Lawrence’s Spotlight on Philately column in the August 21, 2017, issue of Linn’s Stamp News.
This research report begins by documenting the date of issue and quantity of a scarce, legendary 20th century United States stamp that exists only with Schermack type III proprietary perforations. It includes illustrations and provenance of all known covers and largest recorded multiples, which have been pursued and owned by several larger-than-life characters of American stamp hobby lore. It firmly disposes of misinformation that has distorted previous reports about Scott 314A. Reprinted by permission of Amos Media Company and Linn’s Stamp News, Sidney, Ohio 45365. 10 pages.