Plate 4 was manufactured in early 1855 and was used continuously until the middle of 1857, when perforated stamps replaced imperforate stamps. All stamps from this plate have no inner lines. Approximately 37,596,600 stamps (187,983 impressions) were printed from Plate 4. Refer to Dr. Chase's book The 3¢ Stamp of the United States 1851-1857 Issue for the full story of Plate 4.
Plate 4 - Earliest Use March 28, 1855; Used for 23 Months; 187,938 impressions/37,596,600 stamps/10.38% of issued; 200 Scott 11:
Chase - Plate 4:
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