#WX7 – 1911 American Red Cross Christmas Seal - Type I, perf 12

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- Mint Stamp(s)
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$57.50
- Unused Stamp(s) (small flaws)
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$39.95
Festive Christmas Seals are a Great Addition to Your Collection!

Christmas Seals were issued by the American Red Cross (1907-1919), the National Tuberculosis Association (1920-1967), the National Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease Association (1968-1972) and the American Lung Association (1973 and forward).  The Seals have been a way for charities to raise money, and patrons to add Christmas cheer to their letters and packages.

 

While the Christmas Seal is not an actual postage stamp, it is often collected alongside postage stamps because of its use on letters and packages.

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Festive Christmas Seals are a Great Addition to Your Collection!

Christmas Seals were issued by the American Red Cross (1907-1919), the National Tuberculosis Association (1920-1967), the National Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease Association (1968-1972) and the American Lung Association (1973 and forward).  The Seals have been a way for charities to raise money, and patrons to add Christmas cheer to their letters and packages.

 

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