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  • Presidential Inaugural Covers
Add a touch of history and politics to your presidential stamps collection with these Inaugural stamp collecting envelopes from every U.S. President back to F.D.R. - note canceling city and cachet artwork will vary.
$6.50

2017 Donald Trump Inaugural Cover

Following a vigorous and hotly contested campaign against former First Lady and Senator Hillary Clinton, billionaire real estate developer Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States on January 20, 2017. Kenmore's exclusive limited edition Inauguration Day cover features full-color portraits of President Trump and Vice President Pence against a backdrop of the White House, with the official Washington DC postmark.

 

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$18.00

2013 Barack Obama Inaugural Covers - Set of 3

Celebrate Barack Obama's second term with these 3 historic covers picturing President Obama, Vice-President Biden and First Lady Michelle Obama. All 3 covers have the official inaugural postmark on the American Flag postage stamp that certifies these limited-edition covers. More...
$18.00

2009 Barack Obama Inaugural Covers - Set of 3

3 historic covers with President Obama, Vice-President Biden and First Lady Michelle Obama. All 3 have the official January 20, 2009 Inaugural postmarks on the American Flag postage stamp that certifies these limited-edition envelopes. More...
$5.00

2005 George W. Bush Inaugural Cover

President George W. Bush was inaugurated into his second term on January 20, 2005. As the first inauguration following the September 11 attacks, security was heightened throughout downtown Washington. Cover artwork and stamps may vary. More...
$5.00

2001 George W. Bush Inaugural Cover

Following a close and highly controversial election against Vice President Al Gore, when it took a month of recounts to declare a winner, George W. Bush made history as only the second time a son of a former President was elected President. His inauguration on January 20, 2001, was attended by about 300,000 people. Cover artwork and stamps may vary. More...
$5.00

1997 William J. Clinton Inaugural Cover

President Bill Clinton was sworn in for a second term on January 20, 1997, the last Presidential inauguration in the 20th century. Coinciding with the national holiday of Martin Luther King's birthday, Clinton's inaugural address paid tribute to the civil rights leader. Cover artwork and stamps may vary. More...
$5.00

1993 William J. Clinton Inaugural Cover

The first post-Cold War President, Bill Clinton took the oath of office on January 20, 1993. Over a million people attended the various Inauguration festivities. Cover artwork and stamps may vary. More...
$5.00

1989 George H. W. Bush Inaugural Cover

Reagan's Vice President George H. W. Bush won the 1988 Presidential election, beating Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis with a record number of electoral votes. In his inaugural address on January 20, 1989, he used the term "thousand points of light" to describe the power of citizens to solve community problems. Cover artwork and stamps may vary. More...
$5.00

1985 Ronald Reagan Inaugural Cover

Ronald Reagan began his second term with two inaugurations - a private ceremony on Sunday, January 20, 1985, and a public ceremony on Monday, January 21. With temperatures near zero, most outdoor festivities were cancelled and the inaugural speech was delivered from inside the Capitol Rotunda. Cover artwork and stamps may vary. More...
$6.00

1981 Ronald Reagan Inaugural Cover

Minutes after the inauguration of Ronald Reagan as our 40th President on January 20, 1981, the Iranian hostages were released after 444 days in captivity. Reagan's first term would be marked by an assassination attempt, an air traffic controller strike, and tax cuts. Cover artwork and stamps may vary. More...
$6.00

1977 James E. Carter Inaugural Cover

In the 1976 Presidential election, a relatively unknown Governor from Georgia beat President Gerald Ford, who lost favor with many Americans for pardoning President Nixon for his involvement in Watergate. Following his inauguration on January 20, 1977, Jimmy Carter was the first president to walk from the Capitol to the White House in the inaugural parade, despite the cold weather. Cover artwork and stamps may vary. More...
$7.50

1974 Gerald R. Ford Inaugural Cover

Vice President Gerald Ford was inaugurated on August 9, 1974, one day after President Nixon announced his surprise resignation. Ford is the only person in history to hold the office of both President and Vice President without having been elected to either. Cover artwork and stamps may vary. More...
$9.50

1973 Richard M. Nixon Inaugural Cover

In one of the largest landslides in history, Richard Nixon beat Senator George McGovern in the 1972 Presidential election. Inaugurated on January 20, 1973, his term would be marred by the resignation of Vice President Spiro Agnew later that year, and Nixon would resign in August 1974 as a result of the Watergate scandal. Cover artwork and stamps may vary. More...
$17.50

1969 Richard M. Nixon Inaugural Cover

In a controversial election year that saw the assassination of Presidential hopeful Robert Kennedy and the decision of President Johnson to not run for re-election, former Vice President Richard Nixon narrowly defeated incumbent Vice President Hubert Humphrey. This commemorative envelope was postmarked on January 20, 1969, the first of Nixon's two terms in office. Cover artwork and stamps may vary. More...
$15.00

1965 Lyndon B. Johnson Inaugural Cover

This cacheted envelope is postmarked on January 20, 1965, the inauguration of Lyndon B. Johnson to his first full term as President, beating Arizona Senator Barry Goldwater in a landslide in the 1964 election. A record-breaking 1.2 million people attended the inauguration. Cover artwork and stamps may vary. More...
$24.00

1961 John F. Kennedy Inaugural Cover

In a very close election, John F. Kennedy, a young Senator from Massachusetts, defeated Vice President Richard Nixon. A major snowstorm nearly cancelled the Inauguration, but Kennedy's uplifting inaugural address is remembered as one of the greatest speeches in American history. Cover artwork and stamps may vary. More...
$15.00

1957 Dwight Eisenhower Inaugural Cover

In a rematch of the 1952 election, Eisenhower once again defeated Adlai Stevenson and was elected for a second term in 1956. Since January 20 was a Sunday, the Inauguration ceremonies were held on Monday, January 21, 1957. Cover artwork and stamps may vary. More...
$20.00

1953 Dwight Eisenhower Inaugural Cover

A popular World War II General, Dwight Eisenhower defeated Illinois Governor Adlai Stevenson in the 1952 election. This cacheted envelope was postmarked on January 20, 1953, the day Eisenhower and Vice President Richard Nixon took the oath of office. Cover artwork and stamps may vary. More...
$110.00

1949 Harry S Truman Inaugural Cover

President Truman won his first full term as President in the 1948 elections, best remembered for the iconic photograph of Truman with the "Dewey Defeats Truman" headline. The inauguration on January 20, 1949, was the first to be televised. Cover artwork and stamps may vary. More...
$295.00

1945 Harry S Truman Inaugural Cover

One of the scarcest Inauguration Day covers, Vice President Harry S Truman was sworn into office in a private ceremony early in the evening of April 12, 1945, hours after the sudden death of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Due to the late notice, very few commemorative envelopes were postmarked that day. Cover artwork and stamps may vary. More...
$250.00

1945 Franklin D. Roosevelt Inaugural Cover

This historic cacheted envelope is postmarked on January 20, 1945, the inauguration of Franklin D. Roosevelt's unprecedented fourth term in office. Due to wartime security, the inauguration was moved from the Capitol to the White House. Roosevelt would die in office only three months later. Cover artwork and stamps may vary. More...
$250.00

1941 Franklin D. Roosevelt Inaugural Cover

This scarce cacheted envelope, postmarked on January 20, 1941, marked Franklin D. Roosevelt's historic third term in office, a year remembered for the attack on Pearl Harbor and the entry of the United States into the Second World War. Cover artwork and stamps may vary. More...
$250.00

1937 Franklin D. Roosevelt Inaugural Cover

The 20th Amendment, ratified in 1933, moved the Inauguration from March 4 to January 20, beginning with Franklin D. Roosevelt's second term in 1937. For the first time, Vice President John Nance Garner took the oath of office on the inaugural platform during the ceremonies on January 20, 1937. Cover artwork and stamps may vary. More...
$85.00

1933 Franklin D. Roosevelt Inaugural Cover

Historic envelope postmarked March 4, 1933, on the first of Franklin D. Roosevelt's four terms. With the nation in a depression, Roosevelt's inspirational inaugural address included the phrase "the only thing we have to fear is fear itself". This was the last March 4 Inauguration Day. Cover artwork and stamps may vary. More...
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