#YS1956C – 1956 Complete Commemorative Year Set, 14 stamps

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Save Time, Hassle, and Money with Complete 1956 Commemorative Stamp Set

Our 1956 set includes every US commemorative issued that year.  That's 14 stamps in all.  You'll save money over buying stamps individually.

Includes:

US #1073
US #1074
US #1076
US #1077
US #1078
US #1079
US #1080
US #1081
US #1082
US #1083
US #1084
US #1085


Plus US #1075 - The FIPEX (Fifth International Philatelic Exhibition) Souvenir Sheet

Stamp Highlights:

• Wildlife Conservation (#1077-79)– Three stamps emphasize the importance of wildlife conservation by picturing a wild turkey, pronghorn antelope and King Salmon, all of which have seen increased numbers since receiving federal protection.

• Wheatland (#1081)– Located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, it was at Wheatland that James Buchanan learned of his nomination for President of the United States. 

• Children of the World (#1085) – Issued to recognize the role children play in promoting world peace; this stamp was actually designed by a schoolboy.

Get the  Complete 1956 Commemorative Year Set and save – order now.
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Save Time, Hassle, and Money with Complete 1956 Commemorative Stamp Set

Our 1956 set includes every US commemorative issued that year.  That's 14 stamps in all.  You'll save money over buying stamps individually.

Includes:

US #1073
US #1074
US #1076
US #1077
US #1078
US #1079
US #1080
US #1081
US #1082
US #1083
US #1084
US #1085


Plus US #1075 - The FIPEX (Fifth International Philatelic Exhibition) Souvenir Sheet

Stamp Highlights:

• Wildlife Conservation (#1077-79)– Three stamps emphasize the importance of wildlife conservation by picturing a wild turkey, pronghorn antelope and King Salmon, all of which have seen increased numbers since receiving federal protection.

• Wheatland (#1081)– Located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, it was at Wheatland that James Buchanan learned of his nomination for President of the United States. 

• Children of the World (#1085) – Issued to recognize the role children play in promoting world peace; this stamp was actually designed by a schoolboy.

Get the  Complete 1956 Commemorative Year Set and save – order now.