Attached Rate Cancels from

Woodstock, Vermont

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The following information is from the American Stampless Cover Catalog

Volume 1, 1997

Post Office

Rate

Color

Year(s) Recorded

Notes

WOODSTOCK VT (image)

6

black

1832

(UNLISTED IN ASCC)

WOODSTOCK VT (image)

6

red

1836

no year date (UNLISTED IN ASCC)

WOODSTOCK VT.

12 1/2

black

1832-35

year date

WOODSTOCK VT.

18 3/4

black

1832-35

year date

WOODSTOCK VT.

25

black

1832-35

year date

WOODSTOCK VT. (image)

FREE

black

1832-35

year date

WOODSTOCK VT. (image)

12 1/2 PAID

black

1832-35

year date

WOODSTOCK V.T.

6

black

1832-36

no year date

WOODSTOCK V.T.

10

black

1832-36

no year date

WOODSTOCK V.T.

12 1/2

black

1832-36

no year date

WOODSTOCK V.T. (image)

18 3/4

black

1832-36

no year date

WOODSTOCK V.T. (image)

25

black

1832-36

no year date

WOODSTOCK V.T.

PAID

black

1832-36

no year date

WOODSTOCK V.T.

10


1836-37

no outer rim (28 mm)

WOODSTOCK V.T.

12 1/2


1836-37

no outer rim (28 mm)

WOODSTOCK Vt.

10


1836-39

no year date

WOODSTOCK Vt.

12 1/2


1836-39

no year date

WOODSTOCK Vt.

18 3/4


1836-39

no year date

WOODSTOCK Vt.

25


1836-39

no year date

WOODSTOCK Vt.

PAID


1836-39

no year date


6

red

1836


WOODSTOCK VERT.(image)

12 1/2

black

1834

no year date (UNLISTED IN ASCC)

WOODSTOCK. VERT. (image)

18 3/4

black

????

no year date (UNLISTED IN ASCC)

"Woodstock used one or more of these devices. In its earliest form, 1830-32, the town name inside the top of the circle was followed by a period, while the state abbreviation of VT. appeared inside the bottom. During the 1832-33 period the state name was abbreviated VERT., being quite apparently a resetting of the letters in the same device. In 1834-35 the state abbreviation, now written V.T followed the town name while a year date appeared in the bottom part of the circle. During 1835 an entirely new set of type, using much smaller lettering, and omitting the year date, showed WOODSTOCK inside the upper portion and VT inside the lower portion of the circle. This latter may have been a new device, or more probably, a new set of type for the old one. Only black ink was used. " (p. 75, The Postal History of Vermont, Slawson, Bingham, & Drenan, 1969).

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