1968 40c Prominent Americans: Thomas Paine

# 1292 - 1968 40c Prominent Americans: Thomas Paine

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U.S. #1292
40¢ Thomas Paine
Prominent Americans Series
 
Issue Date: January 29, 1968
City: Philadelphia, PA
Printed By: Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Printing Method:
Rotary Press
Color: Blue black
 

On January 10, 1776, Common Sense, a persuasive pamphlet encouraging Americans to declare independence from Great Britain, was published anonymously.

Common Sense was written by Englishman Thomas Paine, who was born in Thetford, Norfolk, England, on February 9, 1737. Paine worked as a stay-maker (creating the rope stays used on sailing ships), customs and excise officer, tobacco shop owner, and teacher.

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U.S. #1292
40¢ Thomas Paine
Prominent Americans Series
 
Issue Date: January 29, 1968
City: Philadelphia, PA
Printed By: Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Printing Method:
Rotary Press
Color: Blue black
 

On January 10, 1776, Common Sense, a persuasive pamphlet encouraging Americans to declare independence from Great Britain, was published anonymously.

Common Sense was written by Englishman Thomas Paine, who was born in Thetford, Norfolk, England, on February 9, 1737. Paine worked as a stay-maker (creating the rope stays used on sailing ships), customs and excise officer, tobacco shop owner, and teacher.