Stamps of PANAMA
2nd MAP ISSUE 1892-95
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1894 March 26, Registered mail cover from Colon to Malaga in Spain with 1892 10c orange and Colombia 1892 10c registered stamp both tied byfine cds with added New York Exchange registration label alongside.
1900: March 26 Luria registered cover to Germany via New York franked by vertical strip of five 1892 2c. rose tied by Agencia Panama cds's. Colombia 10c. black on light green registration label position 3 and New York registered label on front; Hamburg arrival on reverse of fine cover. Scott F16.pos 3.
1902 - 20c Colombia F13

Due to currency inflation, Registration and AR fees were increased to 20c and 10c in mid April 1902. The locally printed Panama F4 was surcharged with a pair of blue-black 20c forming Panama F5. The earliest F5 cover from Panama has #3182 and an indistinct May date. The earliest used single has #3085 and can be dated to this period by using the December and January cover dates and a September 1, 1902 cover. The earliest Colon cover Showing the 20c fee is the cover of May 6 with a pair of the 10c Colombia F12. The 1902 Panama Registration total was less than 9,500.
1902 June 2, Registered mail cover from Panama to Paris in France with 1892 20c violet and Panama 1902 10c overprinted 20c registration stamp tied by a duplex cds with added New York Exchange registration label alongside.
1902 - 20c Panama F5

Due to currency inflation, Registration and AR fees were increased to 20c and 10c in mid April 1902. The locally printed Panama F4 was surcharged with a pair of blue-black 20c forming Panama F5. The earliest F5 cover from Panama has #3182 and an indistinct May date. The earliest used single has #3085 and can be dated to this period by using the December and January cover dates and a September 1, 1902 cover. The earliest Colon cover Showing the 20c fee is the cover of May 6 with a pair of the 10c Colombia F12. The 1902 Panama Registration total was less than 9,500.
1902 June 2, Registered mail cover from Panama to Paris in France with 1892 20c violet and Panama 1902 10c overprinted 20c registration stamp tied by a duplex cds with added New York Exchange registration label alongside.
1889-95 - 20c Colombia F9-12

Due to currency inflation, Registration and AR fees were increased to 20c and 10c in mid April 1902. The locally printed Panama F4 was surcharged with a pair of blue-black 20c forming Panama F5. The earliest F5 cover from Panama has #3182 and an indistinct May date. The earliest used single has #3085 and can be dated to this period by using the December and January cover dates and a September 1, 1902 cover. The earliest Colon cover Showing the 20c fee is the cover of May 6 with a pair of the 10c Colombia F12. The 1902 Panama Registration total was less than 9,500.
F9
Red, Grayish
F10
Red, Yellowish
F11
Deep Brown, rose buff ('95)
F12
Yellowish Brown, light buff ('92)