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01/16/2021 06:17 PM
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ALBUM WITH (40) FIRST DAY STAMPS WITH BULLETIN ADVERTISING
Size: 11” x 12”
Rating: 9
Composition: paper
Age: varies
Comments: Album with (40) Frist Day Stamps with Bulletin Advertising. In this large collection of first day stamps: the 175th Anniversary U.S. Coast Guard 1790-1965 – Airlift – 100th Anniversary Purchase of Alaska 1867-1967 – 150th Anniversary Mississippi Statehood 1817-1967 – 100th Anniversary Homestead Act 1862-1962 – Human Rights Year 1968 – 150th Anniversary Louisiana Statehood 1812-1962 – Century 21 exposition Seattle Washington -100th Anniversary Charles Evans Hughes 1862-1962 – and many more –this just a small few. All nicely display and on the back a whole explanation of that stamp. Very Good Condition.

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