#MUS012 – 1997-2004 Scrambled Indicia Stamp Collection, Mint, Set of 42 Stamps, U.S.

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 Own Every U.S. Scrambled Indicia Stamp Issued – In One Easy, Money-Saving Order!

This is your chance to own the interesting and unusual US stamps that require a special decoder to view their secret images.  These hidden designs were created using a new technology called Scrambled Indicia. The first stamp issued with Scrambled Indicia was US #3167 – the US Air Force stamp – on September 18, 1997.  The printing method was invented by teh Graphic Security Systems Corporation and "scrambles, distorts, intertwines, overlaps, or otherwise manipulates images making encoded information on them unreadable by the naked eye, and non-copyable by current color copiers and digital scanners." Scrambled Indicia images could be viewed only by using a special decoder – now more difficult to find than the stamps themselves!  From 1997 to 2004, the USPS issued 42 postage stamps with Scrambled Indicia.  This is your chance to get them all in your collection today. Includes: US #3036
US #3167
US #3168-72
US #3178
US #3206
US #3230-34
US #3238-42
US #3261
US #3262
US #3321-24
US #3472
US #3473
US #3647
US #3648
US #3651
US #3771
US #3787-91
US #3808-11
US #3838
US #3862
 
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 Own Every U.S. Scrambled Indicia Stamp Issued – In One Easy, Money-Saving Order!

This is your chance to own the interesting and unusual US stamps that require a special decoder to view their secret images.  These hidden designs were created using a new technology called Scrambled Indicia.

The first stamp issued with Scrambled Indicia was US #3167 – the US Air Force stamp – on September 18, 1997.  The printing method was invented by teh Graphic Security Systems Corporation and "scrambles, distorts, intertwines, overlaps, or otherwise manipulates images making encoded information on them unreadable by the naked eye, and non-copyable by current color copiers and digital scanners."

Scrambled Indicia images could be viewed only by using a special decoder – now more difficult to find than the stamps themselves!  From 1997 to 2004, the USPS issued 42 postage stamps with Scrambled Indicia.  This is your chance to get them all in your collection today.

Includes:

US #3036
US #3167
US #3168-72
US #3178
US #3206
US #3230-34
US #3238-42
US #3261
US #3262
US #3321-24
US #3472
US #3473
US #3647
US #3648
US #3651
US #3771
US #3787-91
US #3808-11
US #3838
US #3862