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Money Bags in Purple Fancy Cancel Registered Cover – Stuart Katz
[Mississippi] Money, Money Bag in purple, three perfect strikes tie 17¢ postage on a Nov 29, 1930 Registered cover to Floyd Shockley in Indianapolis, Very Fine.
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