#H39 – 1882 5c Hawaii, ultramarine, perf 12, wove paper

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- Mint Stamp(s)
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$35.00
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$25.00
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$3.50
 Also known as Lot Kamehameha, King Kamehameha V was appointed to his position, because prior to the death of Kamehameha IV, no provision for an heir to the throne had been made.  He was also a strong nativist, meaning he believed Hawaiians should retain control of their lands without excessive foreign influence.  Lot was well-educated by Protestant missionaries, like much of the royal family.  Despite this, he was a strong supporter of the English, and developed a dislike of his former teachers’ beliefs. 
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 Also known as Lot Kamehameha, King Kamehameha V was appointed to his position, because prior to the death of Kamehameha IV, no provision for an heir to the throne had been made.  He was also a strong nativist, meaning he believed Hawaiians should retain control of their lands without excessive foreign influence.  Lot was well-educated by Protestant missionaries, like much of the royal family.  Despite this, he was a strong supporter of the English, and developed a dislike of his former teachers’ beliefs.