Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial FDC - Save 20% on this 1945-1946 Complete Set of 4 Cacheted First Day Covers

Elected for an unprecedented four terms, and serving as the nation's president from 1933 to 1945, Franklin D. Roosevelt led the nation out of the Great Depression and to victory in World War II. His unexpected death at his home in Warm Springs, Georgia, on April 12, 1945 was just weeks before the surrender of Germany and the end of World War II in Europe.

These four memorial stamps, issued between June 1945 and January 1946, picture his three homes as president – the White House, his stately home in Hyde Park, New York, and the "Little White House" in Warm Springs. The 5¢ stamp pays tribute to his infamous "Four Freedoms" speech of January 6, 1941, which proposed the four basic freedoms that everyone in the world ought to enjoy, and later inspired the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights.Add this set of 4 first day covers to your collection today and save $4 off our regular price! Cachet artwork may vary. (US #930-33)

Franklin D. Roosevelt Set of 4 First Day Covers – Regularly $20.00

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