stamps are regular issue stamps used for ordinary postage and
kept in general circulation for a number of years as differentiated from
commemoratives which are issued for a relatively short period of time.
are also known as regular or general postage.
The definitive stamp shown at right is the 90 cent
Hazard Perry issued on April 12, 1870 - Scott Catalog #144.
It was produced by the National Bank Note Company on white wove paper.