1938 Presidents, collection of 29 stamps

# 803-31 - 1938 Presidents, collection of 29 stamps

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Get 29 of the 1938 "Prexie" Presidents Stamps in One Order – Includes All Lower Denomination Stamps in the Issue

This is your chance to get 29 Presidents stamps (known affectionately as the "Prexies" by stamp collectors) in one money-saving order.  This series is one of the most popular in US history and was personally approved by stamp-collecting president Franklin D. Roosevelt.  The stamps picture every US president from Washington to Coolidge plus influential figures Benjamin Franklin and Martha Washington.

One of the most interesting facts about the Prexies is that the designs were found in a contest Roosevelt ordered the postmaster general to run.  This contest asked the public to submit their design suggestions for the new series of Presidential stamps.  A total of 1,122 candidates sent in their work for consideration, with the winner ending up being Elaine Rawlinson of New York City.  She won $500 and is forever remembered as the woman who designed the popular Prexies.

Take advantage of this opportunity and get these historic stamps in your collection today.  You saave time and money over buying individual stamps.

 

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Get 29 of the 1938 "Prexie" Presidents Stamps in One Order – Includes All Lower Denomination Stamps in the Issue

This is your chance to get 29 Presidents stamps (known affectionately as the "Prexies" by stamp collectors) in one money-saving order.  This series is one of the most popular in US history and was personally approved by stamp-collecting president Franklin D. Roosevelt.  The stamps picture every US president from Washington to Coolidge plus influential figures Benjamin Franklin and Martha Washington.

One of the most interesting facts about the Prexies is that the designs were found in a contest Roosevelt ordered the postmaster general to run.  This contest asked the public to submit their design suggestions for the new series of Presidential stamps.  A total of 1,122 candidates sent in their work for consideration, with the winner ending up being Elaine Rawlinson of New York City.  She won $500 and is forever remembered as the woman who designed the popular Prexies.

Take advantage of this opportunity and get these historic stamps in your collection today.  You saave time and money over buying individual stamps.