#M12352 – 1997 UN Veinna & UN Geneva Terra Cotta Warriors; Set of 2 Booklets

UN Stamps Honor World-Famous Terracotta Warriors                                    Get Your Set of 2 Booklets Today

Now you can own two booklets of 24 mint stamps issued by the United Nations in 1997 to pay tribute to China's Terracotta Warriors.  One booklet was issued by the UN office in Vienna, and the other by Geneva – the Vienna booklet is in German and the Geneva booklet is in French.  Each features images of ancient artifacts that were buried with the Terracotta Warriors, photographs of the warriors themselves, and lots of neat facts and history.  These booklets are special collectors' items you won't want to miss out on – especially since UN stamps are becoming harder to get as time goes on.  So send for yours today and start exploring the rich past of China and one of its most well known World Heritage sites.
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UN Stamps Honor World-Famous Terracotta Warriors                                    Get Your Set of 2 Booklets Today

Now you can own two booklets of 24 mint stamps issued by the United Nations in 1997 to pay tribute to China's Terracotta Warriors.  One booklet was issued by the UN office in Vienna, and the other by Geneva – the Vienna booklet is in German and the Geneva booklet is in French.  Each features images of ancient artifacts that were buried with the Terracotta Warriors, photographs of the warriors themselves, and lots of neat facts and history. 

These booklets are special collectors' items you won't want to miss out on – especially since UN stamps are becoming harder to get as time goes on.  So send for yours today and start exploring the rich past of China and one of its most well known World Heritage sites.