#2902//12B – 1995-97 Definitives, set of 15 stamps

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Own the First Stamps of the American Series
Three new definitive coil series were introduced in 1995: “American Scenes,” “American Transportation,” and “American Culture.”  The 5¢ Butte stamp was issued for use on bulk rate (third class) non-profit mail.  It pictures a colorful butte scene and is the first entry in the new “American Scenes” series.  Set also includes the second stamp in this series, the 5¢ mountain stamp. The 10¢ Automobile stamp was issued to fill the regular third-class rate.  It pictures the front of a classic automobile, and was the first entry in the all-new “American Transportation” series.  The 15¢ Automobile Tail Fin coil stamp, which features the fin of a 1959 Cadillac, met the need for the first-class, presort postcard rate.  This issue, along with the 25¢ Juke Box coil stamp, was the first stamp of the new “American Culture” series.  Bulk mailers used the non-denominated stamp at various presort rates, with the postage difference being paid at the time of mailing.  The Juke Box stamp supplemented supplies of the “G” letter presort-rate stamp. Get these important “first” stamps today.
 

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Own the First Stamps of the American Series


Three new definitive coil series were introduced in 1995: “American Scenes,” “American Transportation,” and “American Culture.”  The 5¢ Butte stamp was issued for use on bulk rate (third class) non-profit mail.  It pictures a colorful butte scene and is the first entry in the new “American Scenes” series.  Set also includes the second stamp in this series, the 5¢ mountain stamp.

The 10¢ Automobile stamp was issued to fill the regular third-class rate.  It pictures the front of a classic automobile, and was the first entry in the all-new “American Transportation” series. 

The 15¢ Automobile Tail Fin coil stamp, which features the fin of a 1959 Cadillac, met the need for the first-class, presort postcard rate.  This issue, along with the 25¢ Juke Box coil stamp, was the first stamp of the new “American Culture” series.  Bulk mailers used the non-denominated stamp at various presort rates, with the postage difference being paid at the time of mailing.  The Juke Box stamp supplemented supplies of the “G” letter presort-rate stamp.

Get these important “first” stamps today.