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The 1915 Panama Pacific Exposition, held in San Francisco, was the greatest spectacle of its time. Celebrating the opening of the Panama Canal and San Francisco's recovery from the devastating 1906 earthquake, it featured everything from the Liberty Bell to the latest electric marvels. So great was this Exposition that the Post Office issued a set of stamps promoting it in 1913 - two years before its opening! While this century-old unused 2¢ issue may have minor imperfections such as pulled perfs, disturbed gum or a straight edge, it will be a welcome addition to your collection - and you can save $15 off our regular price! And as always, your satisfaction is guaranteed. (US #398) 2¢ Unused Panama Canal with minor faults - regularly $35.00 Kenmore Online Special Only $20.00
Switzerland 2001 Mint Issue
Switzerland is considered by many to be the world's finest producer of chocolate, and the Swiss have the highest per capita rate of chocolate consumption in the world, with an annual average of over 25 pounds per person. The centennial of ChocoSuisse, the Association of Swiss Chocolate Manufacturers, was celebrated with this stamp printed on paper resembling a rather realistic piece of chocolate with one tantalizing addition: a special scratch-and-sniff coating with a delicious chocolate aroma. Order now to add the sweetest stamp to your collection! (Switzerland #1100)
Swiss Chocolate Mint Stamp
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Mint Set of 4
Four of the greatest film directors of Hollywood's Golden Age are honored with this 2012 set. John Ford is best remembered for his epic tales of the American West with pictures such as "Stagecoach", "The Grapes of Wrath", and John Wayne in "The Searchers". Frank Capra's films celebrated everyday, ordinary people with "It Happened One Night", "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington" and "It's a Wonderful Life". Billy Wilder's wild and witty films include "Sunset Boulevard" and Marilyn Monroe's memorable role in "Some Like It Hot". John Huston's films focused on character and story, as seen in "The Maltese Falcon" and "The African Queen". During their lifetimes, these four directors received a total of 15 Academy Awards and numerous other awards. Through their vision we understand more about who we are, and their timeless images, stories and characters have become national treasures. (US #4668-71)
Please note: Due to the layout of the pane, this se-tenant set may not be provided in Scott Catalogue order.
Great Film Directors Mint Set of 4 - Regularly $7.50
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