#704-15 – 1932 Washington Bicentennials, 12 stamps

 
Get the Complete 1932
Washington Bicentennials

Own the entire set of twelve 1932 Washington Bicentennial Commemoratives.  Each classically engraved stamp is based on a different historic portrait of George Washington by renowned artists.  The set chronicles Washington's life and accomplishments.  Now over 75 years old, this 12-stamp set is a meaningful tribute to our nation's first President.
 
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Get the Complete 1932
Washington Bicentennials

Own the entire set of twelve 1932 Washington Bicentennial Commemoratives.  Each classically engraved stamp is based on a different historic portrait of George Washington by renowned artists.  The set chronicles Washington's life and accomplishments.  Now over 75 years old, this 12-stamp set is a meaningful tribute to our nation's first President.