#YS1959C – 1959 Complete Commemorative Year Set, 15 stamps

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Save Time, Hassle, and Money with Complete 1959 Commemorative Stamp Set

Our 1959 set includes every US commemorative issued that year.  That's 15 stamps in all.  You'll save money over buying stamps individually.

Includes:

US #1124
US #1125
US #1126
US #1127
US #1128
US #1129
US #1130
US #1131
US #1132
US #1133
US #1134
US #1135
US #1136
US #1137
US #1138
 
Stamp Highlights:


José de San Martin (#1125 and 1126) – This Champion of Liberty Series issue honors San Martin, Argentine general and statesman who led the struggle for independence from Spain for Argentina, Chile, and Peru.

St. Lawrence Seaway (#1131) – This issue marked the first time the U.S. and Canada issued stamps jointly, and was the first U.S. joint issue with any country.  The St. Lawrence Seaway permitted ocean-going ships to travel from the Atlantic Ocean to Great Lake ports.

49-Star Flag (#1132) – A star was added to the U.S. flag July 4, 1959, to recognize the admission of Alaska to the Union early in the year.

Dr. Ephraim McDowell (#1138) – This Famous American stamp honors Dr. McDowell (1771-1830), who performed the first ovariotomy in Danville, Kentucky.

Save time and money – order the complete 1959 Commemorative Year Set today.
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Save Time, Hassle, and Money with Complete 1959 Commemorative Stamp Set

Our 1959 set includes every US commemorative issued that year.  That's 15 stamps in all.  You'll save money over buying stamps individually.

Includes:

US #1124
US #1125
US #1126
US #1127
US #1128
US #1129
US #1130
US #1131
US #1132
US #1133
US #1134
US #1135
US #1136
US #1137
US #1138
 


Stamp Highlights:


José de San Martin (#1125 and 1126) – This Champion of Liberty Series issue honors San Martin, Argentine general and statesman who led the struggle for independence from Spain for Argentina, Chile, and Peru.

St. Lawrence Seaway (#1131) – This issue marked the first time the U.S. and Canada issued stamps jointly, and was the first U.S. joint issue with any country.  The St. Lawrence Seaway permitted ocean-going ships to travel from the Atlantic Ocean to Great Lake ports.

49-Star Flag (#1132) – A star was added to the U.S. flag July 4, 1959, to recognize the admission of Alaska to the Union early in the year.

Dr. Ephraim McDowell (#1138) – This Famous American stamp honors Dr. McDowell (1771-1830), who performed the first ovariotomy in Danville, Kentucky.

Save time and money – order the complete 1959 Commemorative Year Set today.