RB20 with GUAM overprint
As some of you might have read, on April Fools Day I posted this stamp with a claim that it was issued for taxes on betel nuts on the island of Guam. As many expected, the story is not true!
Two years ago I purchased a lot of battleship stamps with handstamp cancels and included in the bunch was this odd copy of RB20. I put it aside as a poorly made fraud but curiosity got the better of me eventually and I decided to check out the Scott Catalogue just to see if the USG made anything that might have looked like this stamp. As there is nothing listed, I continue to figure the stamp is nothing more than a curiosity made by a stamp collector.
But with last year's April 1 post on Teddy Roosevelt's indian canoe stamp such a hit for this site, I thought the Guam stamp could be used for an equally plausible yet absurd story. I am curious to know whether there might be more stamps like this out there. Do you have one, and maybe on a denomination other than an RB20? If so, please write to email@example.com.