#143L8 – 1862-64 25c blue

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- Mint Stamp(s)
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Scarce Pony Express Stamp Can Be Yours

Now you can own a legendary Pony Express stamp.  This issue is a piece of history and it’s your chance to lock it safely away in your collection.
Before 1860, it could take eight weeks for mail to travel across the country – The Pony Express was created to reduce that time.  The first trip began in St. Joseph, Missouri, on April 3, 1860, and arrived in California just 10 days later.  The intrepid Pony Express ended 18 months after it began, when telegraph lines reached the West Coast.  Wells, Fargo & Company revived the Pony Express in 1862 in what was known as the “Virginia City Pony.”
Few stamps can match the Pony Express issues’ history.  These masterpieces are genuine artifacts of the Wild West filled with its energy and rugged character.  Document the journey of the fearless Pony Express riders and their horses.
Quantities are limited and this remarkable opportunity won’t last forever.  Order now to avoid disappointment.
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Scarce Pony Express Stamp Can Be Yours

Now you can own a legendary Pony Express stamp.  This issue is a piece of history and it’s your chance to lock it safely away in your collection.
Before 1860, it could take eight weeks for mail to travel across the country – The Pony Express was created to reduce that time.  The first trip began in St. Joseph, Missouri, on April 3, 1860, and arrived in California just 10 days later.  The intrepid Pony Express ended 18 months after it began, when telegraph lines reached the West Coast.  Wells, Fargo & Company revived the Pony Express in 1862 in what was known as the “Virginia City Pony.”
Few stamps can match the Pony Express issues’ history.  These masterpieces are genuine artifacts of the Wild West filled with its energy and rugged character.  Document the journey of the fearless Pony Express riders and their horses.
Quantities are limited and this remarkable opportunity won’t last forever.  Order now to avoid disappointment.