#632//42 – 1926-28 Rotary Stamps, set of 11

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- Mint Stamp(s)
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$37.50
- Used Single Stamp(s)
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$2.10
- Unused Stamp (small flaws)
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$25.50
- Used Stamp (small flaws)
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Save on Early Rotary Printing Stamp Set America’s first Rotary stamps were printed in 1923.  The printing press “rolled” the images onto the stamps, making the printing process simpler and quicker.  The stamps in this set are among the earliest printed by this method, making them important additions to your collection. The set of 11 mint stamps honors several important figures in American history with images based on paintings by famous artists.  For instance, the 9¢ Jefferson stamp features a painting by one of America’s most famous painters – Gilbert Stuart.  Of the dozens of portraits honoring him, Jefferson claimed this portrait by Stuart to be his favorite.  And the 10¢ James Monroe stamp is based on a painting by John Vanderlyn, the first American painter to study in France.  (Up to that time, most painters studied in England.) Now you can add all this history to your collection with one money-saving order.
 

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Save on Early Rotary Printing Stamp Set

America’s first Rotary stamps were printed in 1923.  The printing press “rolled” the images onto the stamps, making the printing process simpler and quicker.  The stamps in this set are among the earliest printed by this method, making them important additions to your collection.

The set of 11 mint stamps honors several important figures in American history with images based on paintings by famous artists.  For instance, the 9¢ Jefferson stamp features a painting by one of America’s most famous painters – Gilbert Stuart.  Of the dozens of portraits honoring him, Jefferson claimed this portrait by Stuart to be his favorite.  And the 10¢ James Monroe stamp is based on a painting by John Vanderlyn, the first American painter to study in France.  (Up to that time, most painters studied in England.)

Now you can add all this history to your collection with one money-saving order.