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  1. WORLD WAR II PRISONERS OF WAR

    WORLD WAR II PRISONERS OF WAR

    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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  2. MEXICAN INDEPENDENCE

    MEXICAN INDEPENDENCE

    Save Over 40% on this Mint 1985 Commemorative Sheet

    Mexico salutes the 175th anniversary of its independence with this large (5" x 6.25") commemorative sheet showing five of its most celebrated national heroes surrounding an imperforate 90-peso stamp. Pictured are these fighters for Mexican independence:

    • Leona Vicario - A supporter of the Mexican War of Independence, she provided intelligence and financial support to the independence movement.
    • Miguel Hidalgo - A Catholic priest, he gathered an army of 100,000 farmers and civilians to fight the Spanish oppression.
    • Jose Morelos - Also a Catholic priest, he assumed leadership after the execution Hidalgo and led Mexican troops to numerous victories against the Spanish.
    • Ignacio Allende - Originally a captain in the Spanish army in Mexico, he joined the independence movement and fought alongside Hidalgo, eventually assuming leadership of the revolutionary army.
    • Vicente Guerrero - The son of an African slave, he was one of the leading revolutionary generals in the War of Independence, commanding the troops after the capture of Morelos. He was elected Mexico's second president in 1829.


    Order this magnificent tribute today and save over 40% off our regular price! (Mexico #1403)

    Mexico Independence Mint Commemorative Sheet - Regularly $3.50
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  3. Tanzania #986-92

    Tanzania #986-92

    Save 60% on this 1992 Complete Set of 7

    Tanzania celebrates the 500th anniversary of the Discovery of America with this fascinating set of images from the first voyage of Columbus. Follow their two-month journey with this set, which shows setbacks such as navigational errors and his flagship Santa Maria running aground, and the flock of birds and a shooting star leading to the sighting of land, where they were greeted by peaceful and friendly natives. All of these events are shown on this set, as well as his ships the Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria. His 1492 expedition, at the end of Europe's Middle Ages, opened the way for new trade routes and further exploration of the Americas.

    Tanzania Voyages of Columbus - Regularly $6.00
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  4. Italian Occupation of Tripoli

    Italian Occupation of Tripoli

    1915 Mint Never-Hinged Stamp from Early Libya

    We discovered this amazing “Tipoli di Barberia” overprint on the 1-centesimo Italian stamp for use in Tripoli on the Barbary Coast of Libya.  This was the last stamp overprinted for use in Italy's African territories, as their troops were urgently needed to defend Italy as World War I was spreading throughout Europe.

    You may recall the verse "From the Halls of Montezuma to the Shores of Tripoli" from our Marine Corps Hymn.  It refers to the First Barbary War of 1805 where the U.S. Navy fought against the Barbary Coast pirates.

    Just as one always dreams of finding buried treasure , we believe you will enjoy adding this post office fresh Italy 1915 Offices in Tripoli stamp to your collection.  Valued at $6.00, order online and save 25%.

    1915 Offices in Tripoli Overprint   A $6.00 value – Order online and Save 25%
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