#733//C23 – FDR Sketched Stamp Offer, set of 6

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- Mint Stamp(s)
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Stamp designs sketched by Franklin D. Roosevelt Himself!

Now you can own a mint set of stamps that Franklin D. Roosevelt sketched the designs for himself.
 
Stamps included:
 
 
Get this neat set of mint stamps today!
  
Did you know FDR was a lifelong stamp collector?  His mother introduced him to the hobby when he was just 8 years old.  Roosevelt and the Postmaster General, James Farley, brainstormed ideas for stamps together.  FDR even sketched several designs himself (this set) and personally approved every stamp issued while he was president.
 
 
 
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Stamp designs sketched by Franklin D. Roosevelt Himself!

Now you can own a mint set of stamps that Franklin D. Roosevelt sketched the designs for himself.
 
Stamps included:
 
 
Get this neat set of mint stamps today!
  
Did you know FDR was a lifelong stamp collector?  His mother introduced him to the hobby when he was just 8 years old.  Roosevelt and the Postmaster General, James Farley, brainstormed ideas for stamps together.  FDR even sketched several designs himself (this set) and personally approved every stamp issued while he was president.