#C70-76 – 1967-69 Issues 7V

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- Mint Stamp(s)
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Do You Have All the 1967-69 Airmail Stamps?
Now you can get all seven Airmail stamps issued from 1967 to 1969 with one convenient order.  Included is the 20¢ Audubon “Columbia Jays” stamp.  The United States Postal Service wanted a distinctly American stamp for the 20¢ airmail rate to Europe and parts of Africa.  Because the regular postal issue featuring Audubon’s work was popular with the public, this design was selected for the airmail stamp.  You’ll also get the 20¢ U.S.A. stamp, which was issued the following year as its replacement.
Also included are the two 50-Star Runway stamps, issued to meet the increased airmail postage rates as well as the 8¢ Alaska Purchase Centennial issue.  You’ll enjoy the history of the 10¢ 50th Anniversary of Airmail stamp and the 10¢ Moon Landing stamp.  It commemorates man’s first footstep on the moon’s surface by Neil Armstrong, Commander of the Apollo 11 mission.  The first jumbo-sized commemorative issue, it celebrated “moon mail.”
Save time and money – get the 1967-69 Airmail set for your collection today.
 

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Do You Have All the 1967-69 Airmail Stamps?


Now you can get all seven Airmail stamps issued from 1967 to 1969 with one convenient order.  Included is the 20¢ Audubon “Columbia Jays” stamp.  The United States Postal Service wanted a distinctly American stamp for the 20¢ airmail rate to Europe and parts of Africa.  Because the regular postal issue featuring Audubon’s work was popular with the public, this design was selected for the airmail stamp.  You’ll also get the 20¢ U.S.A. stamp, which was issued the following year as its replacement.


Also included are the two 50-Star Runway stamps, issued to meet the increased airmail postage rates as well as the 8¢ Alaska Purchase Centennial issue.  You’ll enjoy the history of the 10¢ 50th Anniversary of Airmail stamp and the 10¢ Moon Landing stamp.  It commemorates man’s first footstep on the moon’s surface by Neil Armstrong, Commander of the Apollo 11 mission.  The first jumbo-sized commemorative issue, it celebrated “moon mail.”


Save time and money – get the 1967-69 Airmail set for your collection today.