#C84-86 – 1972-73 Commemoratives 3V

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Do You Have All the 1972-73 Commemorative Airmail Stamps?
Get all three Airmail commemoratives issued in 1972 and 1973 and save time and money.  Included in this set is the 11¢ National Parks Centennial stamp, which commemorates the 100th anniversary of our National Parks and honors the City of Refuge, a National Historic Park established in 1961 at Honaunau, island of Hawaii.  The City of Refuge contains the platforms of three temples and the remains of dwellings of great chiefs.  The stamp design features the old Hawaiian god “Kii,” who protected those who broke taboo customs by helping the people get purification from temple priests.
You’ll also get the 11¢ Olympic Games stamp, commemorating the 11th Winter Olympic Games, which were held in Sapporo, Japan.  And the set includes the 11¢ Electronics Progress stamp.  Lee DeForest invented the audion, “a device for amplifying feeble electric currents.”  His invention resulted in the first radio broadcast in 1907, earning DeForest the name “Father of the Radio.”
Fill the gaps in your collection with the 1972-73 Commemorative Airmail set – order now.
 

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Do You Have All the 1972-73 Commemorative Airmail Stamps?


Get all three Airmail commemoratives issued in 1972 and 1973 and save time and money.  Included in this set is the 11¢ National Parks Centennial stamp, which commemorates the 100th anniversary of our National Parks and honors the City of Refuge, a National Historic Park established in 1961 at Honaunau, island of Hawaii.  The City of Refuge contains the platforms of three temples and the remains of dwellings of great chiefs.  The stamp design features the old Hawaiian god “Kii,” who protected those who broke taboo customs by helping the people get purification from temple priests.


You’ll also get the 11¢ Olympic Games stamp, commemorating the 11th Winter Olympic Games, which were held in Sapporo, Japan.  And the set includes the 11¢ Electronics Progress stamp.  Lee DeForest invented the audion, “a device for amplifying feeble electric currents.”  His invention resulted in the first radio broadcast in 1907, earning DeForest the name “Father of the Radio.”


Fill the gaps in your collection with the 1972-73 Commemorative Airmail set – order now.