#YS1955 – 1955 Commemorative Stamp Year Set

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Get the Complete 1955 Commemorative Year Set and Save

Contents: YS1955 (1064-72) 9 Stamps Now you can add all nine commemorative stamps of 1955 to your collection with one convenient, money-saving order.

Stamps Commemorate:

• Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts – Stamp features a reproduction of the self-portrait of Charles Wilson Peale.

• Rotary International – Formed in 1905, Rotary International was the first “service club” devoted to performing volunteer work and community service.

• Soo Locks – In 1885, the Soo Locks opened, creating a convenient shipping route between Lake Superior and the other Great Lakes.

• Atoms for Peace – In 1953, President Eisenhower founded the Atoms for Peace program, in an attempt to find peaceful uses for nuclear energy.

• New Hampshire’s “Old Man of the Mountain” – A 40-foot-high granite formation that resembled a human face.  It’s New Hampshire’s official trademark.

• Fort Ticonderoga

• Andrew W. Mellon

• Land Grant Colleges

• Armed Forces Reserve

You’ll enjoy the 1955 Commemorative Year Set for years to come – order today.
 

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Get the Complete 1955 Commemorative Year Set and Save

Contents: YS1955 (1064-72) 9 Stamps

Now you can add all nine commemorative stamps of 1955 to your collection with one convenient, money-saving order.

Stamps Commemorate:

• Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts – Stamp features a reproduction of the self-portrait of Charles Wilson Peale.

• Rotary International – Formed in 1905, Rotary International was the first “service club” devoted to performing volunteer work and community service.

• Soo Locks – In 1885, the Soo Locks opened, creating a convenient shipping route between Lake Superior and the other Great Lakes.

• Atoms for Peace – In 1953, President Eisenhower founded the Atoms for Peace program, in an attempt to find peaceful uses for nuclear energy.

• New Hampshire’s “Old Man of the Mountain” – A 40-foot-high granite formation that resembled a human face.  It’s New Hampshire’s official trademark.

• Fort Ticonderoga

• Andrew W. Mellon

• Land Grant Colleges

• Armed Forces Reserve

You’ll enjoy the 1955 Commemorative Year Set for years to come – order today.