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  • 1976-1989 Sheets

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$27.00

#1686S - 1976 Bicentennial Sheets - Set of 4 sheets

Four famous American Revolution paintings capture the courage and deeds of our forefathers. Each 6 x 8 inch sheet represents the first time a U.S. commemorative sheet was issued with original designs instead of adaptations taken from existing postal issues.

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$4.25

#1757 - 1978 CAPEX Sheet - Sheet of 8

To promote the Canadian International Philatelic Exhibition (CAPEX) in Toronto, the U.S. Postal Service decided to do something unique - to have this commemorative sheet's first day of issue ceremony take place in Canada! This mint sheet, featuring wildlife found in both Canada and the United States, became one of the most popular stamp issues of 1978 (#1757).

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$34.00

#2216S - Presidents - 1986 Set of 4 sheets

These historic portrait stamps honor our first 35 Presidents and the White House on 4 sheets of 9. Includes the distinctive signatures of every President.

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$21.00

#2433 - Abraham Lincoln - sheet of 4

120 years following the release of the first U.S. Pictorials in 1869, this commemorative sheet presents four larger versions of the classic 90ยข Lincoln (#122) in its original color and three trial color proof combinations to promote the World Stamp Expo in Washington, D.C.

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$6.75

#2438 - Classic Mail - sheet of 4

Released as part of the 20th Universal Postal Congress commemoration, this imperforate sheet of 4 stamps shows the most commonly used mail transportation systems from the Colonial era through the early 1900s. The mail wagon, steamship, bi-plane, and the early mail car helped to establish the extensive postal industry we know today. Scott 2438 Classic Mail

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$8.50

#C126 - Future Mail

For years, many have looked up at the night sky and wondered about humanity’s future among the stars. It comes as no surprise that the post office has considered this same question regarding the mailing industry. Just how would mail be handled once we left the confines of our singular planet? To help commemorate the 20th Universal Postal Congress, this sheet of four imperforate stamps gives us a glimpse at some potential vehicles that could be used in the future of mail delivery. Space shuttles, hovercrafts, and land rovers might be delivering mail to your door someday! Scott C126 Future Mail

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