#2336-48 – 1987-90 Bicentenary Statehood, set of 13 stamps

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U.S. #2336-48
1987-90 Bicentenary Statehood Series
 
From 1987-1990, the U.S. Postal Service issued a set of stamps commemorating the signing of the Constitution by representatives of the first 13 Colonies.  The stamps were issued in the 200th year after each state approved the Constitution, in the order each colony became a state.  Every stamp shows traditional symbols of the state.   
 
Set pictures:
  • Independence Hall in Pennsylvania, where both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were signed
  • Slater Mill in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, a cotton mill regarded as the “birthplace of the Industrial Revolution”
  • An oyster boat and the Maryland Statehouse in the background
  • South Carolina’s official state tree, the Palmetto (palm)
  • A full-flower North Carolina dogwood blossom
  • New Hampshire’s natural rock formation called the “Old Man of the Mountain” on Cannon Mountain
  • Connecticut’s Charles W. Morgan Whaling Ship, on permanent display in Mystic Harbor, CT 
 
 
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U.S. #2336-48
1987-90 Bicentenary Statehood Series
 
From 1987-1990, the U.S. Postal Service issued a set of stamps commemorating the signing of the Constitution by representatives of the first 13 Colonies.  The stamps were issued in the 200th year after each state approved the Constitution, in the order each colony became a state.  Every stamp shows traditional symbols of the state.   
 
Set pictures:
  • Independence Hall in Pennsylvania, where both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were signed
  • Slater Mill in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, a cotton mill regarded as the “birthplace of the Industrial Revolution”
  • An oyster boat and the Maryland Statehouse in the background
  • South Carolina’s official state tree, the Palmetto (palm)
  • A full-flower North Carolina dogwood blossom
  • New Hampshire’s natural rock formation called the “Old Man of the Mountain” on Cannon Mountain
  • Connecticut’s Charles W. Morgan Whaling Ship, on permanent display in Mystic Harbor, CT