#C18 – 1933 50c Century of Progress Issue

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U.S. #C18
1933 50¢ Zeppelin at Chicago Expo
Century of Progress Issue

Issue Date: October 2, 1933
City: New York, NY
Quantity: 324,070
Printed By: Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Printing Method: Flat plate printing
Perforations:
11
Color: Green
 
You can own U.S. #C18, the desirable 1933 airmail known affectionately as the "Baby Zepp" due to its lower face value than the previous three Zeppelin stamps.  Rich in history, #C18 is scarce stamp with a direct connection to the golden age of dirigibles and grand world expositions.
 
One of the most attractive airmail stamps ever issued, #C18 sold poorly in 1933.  Eventually 90% of the stamps were destroyed – leaving a mere 324,000 for modern collectors.  But it's not too late for you to add it to your collection.  Take advantage of this rare opportunity and own the sought-after #C18 today.

 

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U.S. #C18
1933 50¢ Zeppelin at Chicago Expo
Century of Progress Issue

Issue Date: October 2, 1933
City: New York, NY
Quantity: 324,070
Printed By: Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Printing Method: Flat plate printing
Perforations:
11
Color: Green
 
You can own U.S. #C18, the desirable 1933 airmail known affectionately as the "Baby Zepp" due to its lower face value than the previous three Zeppelin stamps.  Rich in history, #C18 is scarce stamp with a direct connection to the golden age of dirigibles and grand world expositions.
 
One of the most attractive airmail stamps ever issued, #C18 sold poorly in 1933.  Eventually 90% of the stamps were destroyed – leaving a mere 324,000 for modern collectors.  But it's not too late for you to add it to your collection.  Take advantage of this rare opportunity and own the sought-after #C18 today.