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1936 TIPEX Sheet

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Never one to miss an opportunity to promote postage stamps, Postmaster General James A. Farley wanted to create a special commemorative sheet for the Third International Philatelic Exhibition (TIPEX) held in New York.  This was the first time in U.S. postal history that four different stamp designs (Connecticut Tercentenary, California Pacific Expo, Michigan and Texas centennials) were combined onto a single imperforate sheet. (US #778)

 

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$480.00

# 630 - 2¢ White Plains Sheet of 25 - First U.S. Commemorative Sheet!

To celebrate the 1926 International Philatelic Exhibition in New York City, the Post Office Department issued the 2¢ Battle of White Plains stamp in a special sheet format that contained 25 (instead of the usual 100) stamps and bore marginal inscriptions publicizing the exhibition.

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$45.00

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# 730 - 1¢ Ft. Dearborn - sheet of 25

The American Philatelic Society, a nationwide organization of stamp collectors, held its annual convention in Chicago in 1933. Postmaster General James A. Farley, an avid promoter of the hobby, authorized two special Century of Progress sheets to commemorate the event. Each sheet was issued imperforate and without gum.

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$37.00

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# 731 - 3¢ Federal Building - sheet of 25

The American Philatelic Society, a nationwide organization of stamp collectors, held its annual convention in Chicago in 1933. Postmaster General James A. Farley, an avid promoter of the hobby, authorized two special Century of Progress sheets to commemorate the event. Each sheet was issued imperforate and without gum.

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$22.00

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$19.50

# 735 - 3¢ Byrd Expedition - sheet of 6

Richard Byrd, and American Naval Officer and pilot, led his first expedition to the Antarctic from 1928-1930. Byrd later undertook four more expeditions to Antarctica, spending five months alone in 1934 operating a meteorological station, an experience that nearly coast him his life. Scott 735 Byrd Expedition

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$57.00

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# 750 - 3¢ Mt. Rainier - sheet of 6

Postmaster General James Farley delighted collectors by authorizing commemorative sheets honoring two 1934 philatelic exhibitions: a gummed, imperforate sheet of six 3¢ Mt. Rainier National Park stamps, issued for the American Philatelic Society convention in Atlantic City, NJ; and a gummed, imperforate sheet of six 1¢ Yosemite National Park stamps publicizing the Trans-Mississippi Philatelic Exhibition in Omaha, NE.

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$24.00

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# 751 - 1¢ Yosemite - sheet of 6

Postmaster General James Farley delighted collectors by authorizing commemorative sheets honoring two 1934 philatelic exhibitions: a gummed, imperforate sheet of six 3¢ Mt. Rainier National Park stamps, issued for the American Philatelic Society convention in Atlantic City, NJ; and a gummed, imperforate sheet of six 1¢ Yosemite National Park stamps publicizing the Trans-Mississippi Philatelic Exhibition in Omaha, NE.

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# 778 - 1936 TIPEX Sheet - Imperforate sheet of 4

Never one to miss an opportunity to promote postage stamps Postmaster General James A. Farley wanted to create a special commemorative sheet for the Third International Philatelic Exhibition (TIPEX) held in New York. This was the first time in U.S. postal history that 4 different stamp designs (Connecticut Tercentenary, California Pacific Expo, Michigan and Texas centennials) were combined onto a single imperforate sheet.

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$1.25

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# 797 - 10¢ Smoky Mountain Sheet - Imperforate

The most visited national park in the United States, the Great Smokey Mountains receive over 9 million visits per year. This stamp was issued on a commemorative sheet under the authority of James Farley, a controversial Postmaster General. Scott 797 Smokey Mountains Sheet

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# 948 - 1947 CIPEX Sheet - Imperforate Sheet of 2

To celebrate 100 years of U.S. postage stamps this historic sheet of the first two US stamps was created for the Centennial International Philatelic Exposition (CIPEX) in New York City in 1947. To re-create these Franklin and Washington designs, new engravings were made based on the original century-old dies. The stamp colors were changed to blue and orange to avoid confusing the centennial issues with the originals.

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#1075 - FIPEX - Imperforate Sheet of 2

To commemorate the Fifth International Philatelic Exhibition held in New York City, the Post Office released this souvenir sheet featuring two oversized reproductions of stamps from the Liberty series. The 3¢ stamp could be cut out and used as complete postage for a one-ounce domestic first-class letter, while the 8¢ stamp could be used for an international letter. This sheet was issued on the first day of the exhibition and was produced in small quantities for collectors. Scott 1075 FIPEX

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$0.50

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$0.35

#1311 - 5¢ SIPEX Sheet

From the first international stamp show to be held in capital of the United States, this imperforate sheet was released to recognize the Sixth International Philatelic Exhibition in 1966. Scott 1311 SIPEX

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