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  • 1926 Commemoratives #627-629

1926 Commemoratives #627-629
By the mid-1920s, with the postwar economy booming and America feeling good about itself, increasing numbers of U.S. commemorative stamps celebrated important events that shaped the young nation - especially the Revolutionary War.

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$19.50

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$7.00

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$5.00

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$0.80

# 627 - 2¢ Sesquicentennial Expo

Commemorating the 1926 Sesquicentennial Exposition in Philadelphia and the 150th anniversary of American Independence, it shows the Liberty Bell, one of our most iconic symbols. The 2000-pound bell cracked in 1835 while being rung after the death of Chief Justice John Marshall. Scott 627 2¢ Sesquicentennial

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$12.50

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$4.50

# 628 - 5¢ Ericsson Memorial

John Ericsson invented the screw propeller and designed the "Monitor", the first battleship with a revolving gun turret. This stamp was issued in conjunction with the unveiling of a statue honoring Ericsson in Washington DC. Scott 628 5¢ Ericsson Memorial

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$3.50

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$2.00

# 629 - 2¢ Battle of White Plains

Issued on the 150th anniversary of the Battle of White Plains, the 2¢ commemorative design features Alexander Hamilton’s battery derived from a painting by E.L.Ward. Scott 629

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