#1030-51 – 1954-61 Liberty Series 25v 1/2c-50c

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- Mint Stamp(s)
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Get Nearly Every Stamp from the 1954-1965 Liberty Series

Now you can own some of the key definitive stamps from the 1950s and 1960s.  The Liberty Series is special because it was the first definitive series since 1870 not to picture a former U.S. president on the first-class rate stamp.  Instead, the 3¢ stamp featured an image of the Statue of Liberty.  Two other stamps in the set also pictured this iconic American symbol, earning the series the name "Liberty."  This is your chance to get 21 of the Liberty Series stamps in one easy order.  Send for yours today.
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Get Nearly Every Stamp from the 1954-1965 Liberty Series

Now you can own some of the key definitive stamps from the 1950s and 1960s.  The Liberty Series is special because it was the first definitive series since 1870 not to picture a former U.S. president on the first-class rate stamp.  Instead, the 3¢ stamp featured an image of the Statue of Liberty.  Two other stamps in the set also pictured this iconic American symbol, earning the series the name "Liberty."  This is your chance to get 21 of the Liberty Series stamps in one easy order.  Send for yours today.