So is it that the surcharge has to be very dark throughout to be consider it a UX35?
Needs to be combination of evenly dark and sharp. In the recent example, dark but not quite evenly dark. Look at the N & T and you can see it is not sharp at all. Compare to surcharge in the first post, 2nd postal card. It's nearly the same type.
I would say this one is surcharged by machine canceller. My non-expert opinion.
Post by meowthekitty on Jun 16, 2020 1:31:47 GMT -5
Ok, Meow will look out for that. By the way Meow has been working on over a dozen albums of different countries slowly over the last few months. Meow thinks after looking over the US Postcard collection Meow has, that Meow may have all the reasonably affordable ones. Meow looked up some of the ones Meow still does not have like UX4($4200), UX17($9000), UX31($3000), and UX36($75,000+) and can see Meow will never be able to complete that album. Meow does have a few neat items like a UX3 with inverted watermark, UX3 inverted reversed watermark, UX7 23teeth (used) and UX22(thin stock). Meow will hopefully have it together soon with what reply cards Meow has and post them so members can see what Meow is doing as far as stationery collecting of United States items.
This card, I find interesting, because it has a 1920 Mishawaka, Indiana postmark. Unfortunately, I cannot make out the month/day. This card was surcharged by the Washington post office, and the EKU is 4Jun1920.
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