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1964 Various Rare U.S. Postal Commemorative Stamps MINT
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A rare and interesting item, this is a United States postal issue stamp collecters completed sheet of rare stamps. This particular sheet features 1964 Commemorative stamps which includes: Charles M. Russell, New York World's Fair, John F. Kennedy, Civil War Centennial, John Muir, New Jersey Tercentenary, Register and Vote, as well as full descriptions for each stamp. All these stamps are in mint condition, (used-unused), as well as kept in individual protective stamp sleeves which they were also photographed in.
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stamps drawr 1; bk 1; pg 139