#736-39 – 1934 Commemoratives, collection of 4 stamps

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1934 Commemoratives- Set of 4
 
 
U.S. #736
1934 3¢ Maryland Tercentenary

Issue Date:
March 23, 1934
First City: St. Mary’s City, MD
Quantity Issued: 46,258,300
 
Issued to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the settlement of Maryland by the second Lord Baltimore, Cecilius Calvert.  Calvert and some 200 colonists (including two Jesuit priests) established the first colony with religious freedom. The charter, granted by Charles I in 1632, allowed for the establishment of churches that were not Protestant.

U.S. #737
1934 3¢ Mothers of America
Rotary Printing, Perforated 11 x 10.5


Issue Date:
May 2, 1934
First City: Any city
Quantity Issued:  193,290,100

Issued for use on Mother's Day mail in tribute to the Mothers of America, and illustrates a reproduction of the painting by James A. Whistler, "Portrait of My Mother."

U.S. #738
1934 3¢ Mothers of America
Flat Plate Printing

Issue Date:
May 2, 1934
Quantity Issued: 15,432,100
Printed by: Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Printing Method: Flat Plate Press
Perforations: 11
Color: Deep violet
 
This stamp was issued for use on Mother's Day mail in tribute to the mothers of America. It illustrates a reproduction of the painting by James A. Whistler, Portrait of My Mother.
 
U.S. #739
1934 3¢ Wisconsin Tercentenary

Issue Date:
July 7, 1934
First City: Green Bay, WI
Quantity Issued: 64,525,400
 
Commemorates the 300th anniversary of the landing of the French explorer Jean Nicolet on the shores of Green Bay. Nicolet had been seeking a short route to China, but instead became the first white man to set foot on what is now the state of Wisconsin.
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1934 Commemoratives- Set of 4
 
 
U.S. #736
1934 3¢ Maryland Tercentenary

Issue Date:
March 23, 1934
First City: St. Mary’s City, MD
Quantity Issued: 46,258,300
 
Issued to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the settlement of Maryland by the second Lord Baltimore, Cecilius Calvert.  Calvert and some 200 colonists (including two Jesuit priests) established the first colony with religious freedom. The charter, granted by Charles I in 1632, allowed for the establishment of churches that were not Protestant.

U.S. #737
1934 3¢ Mothers of America
Rotary Printing, Perforated 11 x 10.5


Issue Date:
May 2, 1934
First City: Any city
Quantity Issued:  193,290,100

Issued for use on Mother's Day mail in tribute to the Mothers of America, and illustrates a reproduction of the painting by James A. Whistler, "Portrait of My Mother."

U.S. #738
1934 3¢ Mothers of America
Flat Plate Printing

Issue Date:
May 2, 1934
Quantity Issued: 15,432,100
Printed by: Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Printing Method: Flat Plate Press
Perforations: 11
Color: Deep violet
 
This stamp was issued for use on Mother's Day mail in tribute to the mothers of America. It illustrates a reproduction of the painting by James A. Whistler, Portrait of My Mother.
 
U.S. #739
1934 3¢ Wisconsin Tercentenary

Issue Date:
July 7, 1934
First City: Green Bay, WI
Quantity Issued: 64,525,400
 
Commemorates the 300th anniversary of the landing of the French explorer Jean Nicolet on the shores of Green Bay. Nicolet had been seeking a short route to China, but instead became the first white man to set foot on what is now the state of Wisconsin.