In 1882 the Revenue Act of 1862 was repealed. However, having become attached to their individual revenue stamps because they were an excellent form of advertising, manufacturers were reluctant to eliminate them. As a result facsimile labels resembling the original private-die stamps were created and used. The major difference in most cases was the elimination of the inscription “U.S. Internal Revenue”. These issues are not currently listed in Scott catalogs. A short listing can be found in Springer’s Handbook of North American Cinderella Stamps, Seventh Edition.