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6 Stamps & Commemorative Sheet
Ring in the Chinese New Year with this fantastic issue honoring Sun Yat-sen, father of the Republic of China. He played an instrumental role in overthrowing the last imperial dynasty of China in 1911, and was elected the first president of the Republic of China in 1912. Born 150 years ago in 1866, Sun Yat-sen is unique among 20th century Chinese politicians in being revered today in both the People’s Republic of China and Taiwan. Marshall Islands honored this great leader with a beautiful set of stamps by legendary designer Chris Calle highlighting key events in his life.
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3-Stamp First Day Cover
To celebrate his January 31st birthday Kenmore is offering you special savings on this beautiful 3-stamp First Day of Issue Cover. Not only was he baseball's first Black Major League Ballplayer but Jackie Robinson was also the first baseball player to be honored on an American stamp! This seldom-seen cover includes the first U.S. baseball stamp from 1939, the 1969 Professional Baseball issue and the 1982 Jackie Robinson stamp tied together with the official Cooperstown, NY cancellation on an envelope with an engraved Artcraft cachet. (U.S. #2016)
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Save $2 on this Huge Complete Mint Never Hinged Set of 16
From April 17 to October 19, 1958, Brussels hosted its 11th and final World's Fair. Held in Brussels and visited by more than 42 million people, the theme of EXPO 58 was world peace and social and economic progress. It was the first World's Fair since the New York World's Fair in 1939.
On the opening day, the Belgian Post Office, in cooperation with the United Nations Postal Administration, issued an attractive set of 16 engraved stamps, 10 regular postage and 6 airmail, sold only at the UN Pavilion and valid only on mail posted there. Proceeds from the sale of these stamps financed the United Nations Pavilion. Each stamp honors a branch of the UN, including the International Monetary Fund, UNICEF, the World Health Organization, UNESCO, and the Atomic Energy Agency. The modern designs were similar in style to the United Nations stamps in use at the time, and this unusual cooperative issue between two postal administrations belongs in every United Nations collection. (Belgium #516-525, C15-20)
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1926 Rotary Press Issue
without Gum Breaker Bars
It was missed by most collectors when issued, and after nearly 90 years many collectors are still unaware of this rare issue. The first printing of the rotary press imperforate 1½¢ Harding was made without the gum breaker bars typically found on stamps printed on the rotary press. As a result, it resembles the flat plate version issued in 1925 without the gum breaker bars. But if you know how to tell the difference between flat plate and rotary printings, what may look like a common stamp that sells for less than $3 is actually worth nearly 20 times more.
Since this imperforate stamp was not sold directly to the public in post offices, few collectors in 1926 discovered this rare variety. We recently found a number of these in an old-time dealer's stock, unseen for decades. You can share in our discovery of this scarce stamp and save $30 off its $50 catalog value. (US #631a)
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