HOW TO ORDER:
1. DINOSAUR STYLE If ordering Dinosaur Style (thru the mail), you can print out this sheet, then circle the price of what you want and mail it in with your payment. PLEASE circle with a fine colored marker; any color will do.
2. ONLINE Sorry, this is not a full-function interactive website with a shopping cart and card processing ability. It's Dinosaur-style; it only has listings. Still, we can improvise!
You can send me an e-mail and type out what you want and the price.
OR, you can cut & paste the item with its description and price.
IF the item exists in several conditions or forms (such as f-vf or vf for stamps, or as Cut Squares or Full Corners) please indicate which you want.
OR you can cut & paste large portions of the list and HIGHLIGHT whatever you want. Green (the 00-80-00 shade for the techs out there) works well, as does Red (the FF-00-00 shade).
I accept VISA, Master Card, and American Express. I also accept PAY PAL, at my e-mail address of "email@example.com".
3. PHONE IF your order is relatively simple or if you have a few questions, you can phone me at 718-939-5788. For me, "business hours" are flexible. I'm usually in, and if I'm not, you get the answering machine. Leave your #; I'll get back to you.
PURCHASE: Items from this list
may be combined with items from my other lists for a
of $15. ALL ORDERS will be shipped via
Insured or Registered mail, for
your protection. Please add $2 for postage and insurance to all orders.
Smaller orders will carry private insurance and will have NO USPS markings.
There's no "handling" fee; just
actual postage expenses.
This is for U.S. orders only. Overseas shipments, please e-mail me in
advance for shipping information.
New York State Residents, please add the appropriate Sales tax. VISA, Master Card and American Express are accepted: please include all information which appears in raised print, PLUS the 3 digit security code which appears on the back. PayPal accepted.
SATISFACTION IS GUARANTEED ON ALL ORDERS
[7-28-13] Stamps, including stamped paper (cards and envelopes), that are damaged or otherwise unusable for postage (because of humidity, moisture, or other causes) while in a customer's possession may be exchanged only for an equal number of stamps, or stamped paper, alike and of the same denomination. Unusable stamps, including stamped paper, accepted from a customer must be those on sale at Post Offices within 12 months before the transaction. Quantities of the same denomination totaling over $10 (i.e., sheets, coils, booklets) must be returned in the same configuration as when bought. Except as provided in item e, each such transaction is limited to $100 worth of postage from each customer. These additional conditions apply to exchanges of damaged or unusable stamps or stamped paper:The part above highlighted in red is the deadly part. It excludes all the older stationery that I, and some of you, have been turning in for years. Yogi Berra once said, "It ain't over 'til it's over." Well, now it's officially over.
2. To slightly more pleasant matters.... Last month I told you about some problems I was having with my new Website. I've been constructing, as time permitted, a new website. It's not completely finished, but it's almost there...and as far as I can determine, the bells & whistles are functioning.
The address is: http://store01.prostores.com/servlet/stevelevinestampsplus/StoreFront
Barring any unforseen problems, this is where I'll be developing the new areas of my business -- Worldwide Stamps and Cinderella material -- and eventually transferring my Ppostal Stationery listings. Time frame?.... your guess is as good as mine.
And now, let's get to something really exciting....
SOME NEW ENVELOPES BY UPSS #
early OFFICIAL envelopes were never easy to find, and they won't be getting any
easier in the future. But for now, while they last, I'm able to offer you
a few from an Estate Auction I attended 2 weeks ago in Connecticut.
There's a fascinating story behind this auction! About a week prior I received an email from a non-philatelic auction house about an hour from NY...well, about an hour as the crow flies, more like 2 hours as I-95 crawls! Seems that an employee of the U.S. Treasury Department in the late 19th Century had squirreled away some envelopes -- mostly Officials -- and they had been sitting in a trunk for over 100 years, passing down thru various of his descendants, until finally seeing the light of day late in July.
Do I need to say.... that being in a trunk for over 100 years has kept these envelopes in a LOT better condition than most of what I've seen during the past 30 years? What I'm about to offer you is, on a scale of 1 to 100 -- with 100 being perfect -- about a 99.9. Fresh as the day they were minted. Solidly attached flaps. Full gum. Never more than the most insignificant dent or ding. NO RETURN ADDRESSES! This is the kind of material I've always been proud to sell.
UPSS# SZ KN WMK
SCOTT UPSS PRICE
U154 NO! 353 7 31 6 450.00 475.00 375.00
UO20 NO! WD5 21 98 2a 100.00 100.00 80.00
UO26 NO! WD17 21 98 2a 260.00 250.00 210.00
UO26 NO! WD18 25 122 2a 260.00 300.00 235.00
UO48 NO! WD61 6 19 6 45.00 45.00 37.50
UO49 NO! WD63 10 52u 2 80.00 70.00 60.00
UO53 NO! WD87 10 53 2 10.00 75.00 60.00
UO53 NO! WD88 21 98 2 10.00 30.00 24.00
UO61 NO! WD123 25 122 2 190.00 250.00 200.00
I have between 4 and 7 of most of these.... slightly more of the cheaper ones. It would probably be a good idea to phone or email me.
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