John Deere, Tractor (1920s), In Frame 1987 First Day Of Issue-stamp (jd001)
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John Deere, Tractor (1920s), In Frame 1987 First Day Of Issue-stamp (jd001):
You are buyingJohn Deere, tractor (1920s) FIRST DAY OF ISSUE-STAMP, IN FRAME1987 (JD001).
U.S. #2127a7.1¢ Tractor CoilTransportation SeriesIssue Date: February 6, 1987
City: Sarasota, FL
Quantity: 17,600,000 StampsPrinted By: Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Printing Method: Engraved
Perforations: 10 vertical
Color: Lake Developed in the late 1890s, the tractor (from TRACtion moTOR) revolutionized the American farming industry. With these remarkable gasoline engines, power could be transmitted to combines, hay balers, and mowers. Plus the new machine was more powerful than animals, never tired, and could cultivate more land, yielding more crops. Today, tractors are built in many shapes and sizes for specialized jobs from building dams to mowing our backyards.Please review the pictures.
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