USA

On July 1, 1847, the United States became the fourth nation to issue adhesive postage stamps for the prepayment of mail. The earliest US post office stamps were imperforate and had to be cut apart with scissors. Since 1847, we've seen the introduction of perforations, advances in printing methods and mail delivery, and the growth of the 29 to 50 American states. This collection of US stamps embodies the nation's culture and history.
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  1. #3024 - 32¢ Utah Statehood
    mint
    $1.50
    used
    $0.20
  2. #740 - 1¢ Yosemite - green
    mint
    $0.60
    used
    $0.25
    PB
    $3.00
  3. #C135 - 60¢ Grand Canyon
    mint
    $2.50
    PB
    $11.00
  4. #741 - 2¢ Grand Canyon - red
    mint
    $0.60
    used
    $0.25
    PB
    $3.00
  5. #742 - 3¢ Mt. Rainier - deep violet
    mint
    $0.70
    used
    $0.25
    PB
    $3.50
  6. #743 - 4¢ Mesa Verde - brown
    mint
    $1.25
    used
    $0.65
    PB
    $14.00
  7. #3774 - 37¢ Pelican Island Refuge
    mint
    $1.50
  8. #C138 - 60¢ Acadia
    mint
    $2.50
    PB
    $11.00
  9. #744 - 5¢ Yellowstone - blue
    mint
    $1.75
    used
    $1.25
    PB
    $15.00
  10. #745 - 6¢ Crater Lake - dark blue
    mint
    $2.75
    used
    $1.75
    PB
    $28.00
  11. #746 - 7¢ Acadia - black
    mint
    $1.75
    used
    $1.50
    PB
    $18.00
  12. #C141 - 84¢ Yosemite
    mint
    $3.50
    PB
    $14.00
  13. #1452 - 6¢ Wolf Trap Farm
    mint
    $0.60
    used
    $0.20
  14. #1314 - 5¢ National Park Service
    mint
    $0.45
    used
    $0.20
  15. #747 - 8¢ Zion - sage green
    mint
    $3.50
    used
    $3.50
    PB
    $27.00
  16. #1453 - 8¢ Old Faithful
    mint
    $0.50
    used
    $0.20
  17. #748 - 9¢ Glacier - red orange
    mint
    $3.50
    used
    $1.25
    PB
    $28.00
  18. #1454 - 15¢ Mt. McKinley
    mint
    $0.75
    used
    $0.50