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Get the Complete 1988 Commemorative Airmail Set


Now you can get the three-stamp 1988 Commemorative Airmail set plus save time and money.  Set includes the 44¢ New Sweden stamp, commemorating the 350th anniversary of the settlement of New Sweden by Swedish and Finnish colonists.  It was the first three-nation joint issue in which the U.S. participated, and it became postally obsolete in only five days – quicker than any previous U.S. stamp.

Also included is the 45¢ Samuel P. Langley stamp.  Aviation pioneer Samuel P. Langley is pictured on this stamp with his Aerodrome No. 5 – the first American heavier-than-air machine to make a free flight of any significant length.

The 36¢ Igor Sikorsky stamp commemorates the life of this leading aircraft designer. Sikorsky built the first practical single-rotor helicopter.  The craft pictured on the stamp was successfully flown in 1940.

Get the complete 1988 Commemorative Airmail set – order today.
 

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Get the Complete 1988 Commemorative Airmail Set


Now you can get the three-stamp 1988 Commemorative Airmail set plus save time and money.  Set includes the 44¢ New Sweden stamp, commemorating the 350th anniversary of the settlement of New Sweden by Swedish and Finnish colonists.  It was the first three-nation joint issue in which the U.S. participated, and it became postally obsolete in only five days – quicker than any previous U.S. stamp.

Also included is the 45¢ Samuel P. Langley stamp.  Aviation pioneer Samuel P. Langley is pictured on this stamp with his Aerodrome No. 5 – the first American heavier-than-air machine to make a free flight of any significant length.

The 36¢ Igor Sikorsky stamp commemorates the life of this leading aircraft designer. Sikorsky built the first practical single-rotor helicopter.  The craft pictured on the stamp was successfully flown in 1940.

Get the complete 1988 Commemorative Airmail set – order today.