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32c Sylvan Dell single

32c Sylvan Dell single

[Priority Mail - The 50th Anniversary of the Verrazano Narrows Bridge, type GLO]

The 2014 Priority Mail™ stamp features the gorgeous Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. We love Dan Cosgrove's illustration!

Image of Airmail stamp, C66

A visual study of the US airmail stamps: anniversary of the First International Postal Conference in Paris, Engraver portrait of Montgomery Blair.

(September 15, 1852 – August 24, 1889) was an African-American inventor in the shoe industry.    Matzeliger was born in Paramaribo (then Dutch Guyana, now Suriname). His father was a Dutch engineer and his mother a black Surinamese slave. He had some i stampcollecting    Please Help Me Out   Checkout some ads   only if they interest you.   Thanks For Click on the   stampcollecting.forallup.com

SHOE INDUSTRY INVENTOR (September 1852 – August was an African-American inventor in the shoe industry. Matzeliger was born in Paramaribo (then Dutch Guyana, now Suriname). His father was a Dutch engineer and his mother a black Surinamese slave.

"Terry and the Pirates" postage stamp 1 of 20 in the USPS Comic Strip Classics series of 1995 - 'The Rembrandt of Comics,' Milton Caniff (1907-1988) is responsible for creating two masterpieces of graphic adventure, TERRY AND THE PIRATES in 1934 and STEVE CANYON in 1947. His cinematic sense of composition and bold use of light and shadow influenced generations of illustrators and comic artists.

"Terry and the Pirates," created by Milton Caniff This postage stamp is 1 of 20 in the USPS Comic Strip Classics series of

Point du Sable has become known as the "Founder of Chicago". Jean Baptiste Point DuSable (before 1750[n 2] – August 28, 1818) is regarded as the first permanent resident of what became Chicago, Illinois. Little is known of his life prior to the 1770s. In 1779, he was living on the site of present-day Michigan City, Indiana, when he was arrested by the British military on suspicion of being an American sympathizer in the American Revolutionary War.

Point du Sable has become known as the "Founder of Chicago". Jean Baptiste Point DuSable (before 1750[n 2] – August 28, 1818) is regarded as the first permanent resident of what became Chicago, Illinois. Little is known of his life prior to the 1770s. In 1779, he was living on the site of present-day Michigan City, Indiana, when he was arrested by the British military on suspicion of being an American sympathizer in the American Revolutionary War.

April 3, 1974, 148 #tornadoes hit the United States heartland within 16 hours. By the time the deadly storm ended, 330 people had died. This was the largest grouping of tornadoes recorded in its time, affecting 11 states and Ontario, Canada.

April 148 tornadoes hit the United States heartland within 16 hours. By the time the deadly storm ended, 330 people had died. This was the largest grouping of tornadoes recorded in its time, affecting 11 states and Ontario, Canada.

The Ohio State Postage Stamp  Depicted above is the Ohio state 34 cent stamp from the Greetings From America commemorative stamp series. The United States Postal Service released this stamp on April 4, 2002. The retro design of this stamp resembles the large letter postcards that were popular with tourists in the 1930's and 1940's.

The Ohio State Postage Stamp Depicted above is the Ohio state 34 cent stamp from the Greetings From America commemorative stamp series. The United States Postal Service released this stamp on April

Happy Winter from World Stamp Show-NY 2016! "The cold never bothered me anyway." (#QueenElsa, #Frozen)

Happy Winter from World Stamp Show-NY "The cold never bothered me anyway.

32c Far West single

Far West single

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Lacemaking from "Great Lakes Lacers Group" . Ruth Maxwell (pumkin's flower) , Leslie Saari ( Rose-bobbins and needle), Trenna Ruffner (rose flower) and May McPeek (bobbin lace flowers).

1988 22c Maryland Statehood - Catalog # 2342 For Sale at Mystic Stamp Company

1988 Maryland Statehood - Catalog # 2342 For Sale at Mystic Stamp Company

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