Save 50% on this Scarce 1983 Set of 3

This colorful set celebrates the 75th anniversary of Scouting, and was one of the few postal issues from Lebanon's long and devastating civil war. Scouts were essential in aiding the civilian population throughout the civil war, distributing food and medicine, helping the wounded, and participating in peace campaigns to help end the war. The scouts remained a unified group despite the division of the nation during the conflict. The attractive designs show scouts rowing a reproduction Viking longboat, a signal tower, and a scout camp in the Lebanese wilderness.

Lebanon 1983 Boy Scouts Mint Set of 3 Regularly $14.00

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Rarely Seen Unused 1944 Letter Sheet

The Geneva Convention rules concerning treatment of prisoners of war allowed Americans to send letters postage-free to Allied prisoners of war held in enemy nations. During World War II, the U.S. War Department printed special letter sheets which were distributed to local post offices and Red Cross chapters for citizens to use. The letters were forwarded to the Red Cross in Geneva, where they would be distributed to the prison camps in enemy nations. This version was printed in late 1944 and in use briefly before the end of the war. It is a great addition to your World War II collection. Sold elsewhere for up to $20! Measures 5¼" x 12½", ships folded.

World War II Prisoner of War Letter Sheet
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Save 65% on this 1993-1995 Mint Set of 21

Sail the high seas with this beautiful mint set depicting famous historic ships, including the Santa Maria, whaling ship Charles W. Morgan, the British frigate Cornwallis, and many more.  From historic Tall Ships and schooners to modern warships and Coast Guard cutters, these are sure to delight at less than 50¢ a stamp!

Marshall Islands Ships Mint Set of 21 - Regularly $28
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Long before the Wright Brother and Lunar launches, man's fascination with flying centered on lighter-than-air flight! In fact, it was soon after the American Colonies gained independence that the first flight was recorded. Now you can explore the history of balloon aviation in this spectacular collection - at sensational savings!

50 Balloon Stamps ... Regularly $4.50
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