#1208/29 – Complete Set - 1962-66 Regular Issues, 6 Stamps

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Is Your Collection Missing the 1962-66 Regular Issue Stamps?
Issued to meet the new postal rates of 1963, this affordable set of five regular issue stamps honors Andrew Jackson and George Washington as well as the 50-star U.S. flag and White House. 
The George Washington stamps picture a bust of the President sculpted by famous artist Jean Antoine Houdon.  While Thomas Jefferson was in France, he asked Houdon to travel to America to create a bust of the Revolutionary War hero.  According to Jefferson, Houdon never had “a moment’s hesitation about the present voyage which he considers the brightest chapter of his history.”
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Is Your Collection Missing the 1962-66 Regular Issue Stamps?


Issued to meet the new postal rates of 1963, this affordable set of five regular issue stamps honors Andrew Jackson and George Washington as well as the 50-star U.S. flag and White House. 


The George Washington stamps picture a bust of the President sculpted by famous artist Jean Antoine Houdon.  While Thomas Jefferson was in France, he asked Houdon to travel to America to create a bust of the Revolutionary War hero.  According to Jefferson, Houdon never had “a moment’s hesitation about the present voyage which he considers the brightest chapter of his history.”


Add this neat history to your collection today.