THE INVERTED JENNY
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST
Pictures and info on the inverted Jenny.
In 1918 the United States issued a
24¢ postage stamp of the Curtiss JN-4 airplane.
On one sheet of 100 stamps the image of the plane was
A man by the name of William T. Robey in Washington,
DC. went to buy some stamps to mail some letters, but also being a stamp
collector he noticed something was amiss when he saw the sheet and dished out
the $24.00 to buy it.
Fearing his sheet of stamps would be confiscated by the post office William Robey sold
the sheet to Eugene Klein, a Philadelphia stamp dealer, for $15,000.00 who sold
it to Ed Green for $20,000.00 USD.
Over the years Ed Green sold off the stamps individually for as little as
$250.00 each although seven blocks of four are known to exist, one of which sold for
$2,970,000.00 USD in October 2005.
If you can afford to shell out $300,000.00 then the
inverted Jenny would make a nice addition to your collection.
The Inverted Jenny Block of Four
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