#M10402 – 1985 St. Vincent M. Jackson #901 s/s

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   Get the First Mint Stamps to Honor the King of Pop – Michael Jackson

Own the very first genuine postage stamps issued to honor music superstar Michael Jackson.  These stamps are treasured reminders of a great performer.  St. Vincent issued these stamps in 1985, when Jackson ruled the charts with award-winning songs like “Billie Jean” and “Beat It,” off his smash hit album “Thriller.”  

These were the first stamps to honor the young star.  Just 27 at the time, Jackson had already set Billboard chart records that remain unbroken today and had become an international superstar.  This commemorative issue marked another milestone in his career – with its release, Jackson became one of the first living people to be honored on genuine postage stamps.  

You’ll see real concert scenes showing Jackson in his full glory, frozen in time and ready for your collection.  His signature is reproduced on each stamp – a personal touch you’ll love to own.

Mint-fresh stamp sheet captures the energy and excitement of pop music’s greatest star.  Jackson wowed fans around the world with his electrifying concerts.  Now you can revisit those amazing performances with your very own stamps.

The 1985 commemorative issue is a measure of Jackson’s extraordinary success.  The “King of Pop” was honored in spite of a long-standing tradition of picturing only kings, queens and heads of state on postage stamps!  Add these historic stamps to your collection today.

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Own the very first genuine postage stamps issued to honor music superstar Michael Jackson.  These stamps are treasured reminders of a great performer.  St. Vincent issued these stamps in 1985, when Jackson ruled the charts with award-winning songs like “Billie Jean” and “Beat It,” off his smash hit album “Thriller.”  

These were the first stamps to honor the young star.  Just 27 at the time, Jackson had already set Billboard chart records that remain unbroken today and had become an international superstar.  This commemorative issue marked another milestone in his career – with its release, Jackson became one of the first living people to be honored on genuine postage stamps.  

You’ll see real concert scenes showing Jackson in his full glory, frozen in time and ready for your collection.  His signature is reproduced on each stamp – a personal touch you’ll love to own.

Mint-fresh stamp sheet captures the energy and excitement of pop music’s greatest star.  Jackson wowed fans around the world with his electrifying concerts.  Now you can revisit those amazing performances with your very own stamps.

The 1985 commemorative issue is a measure of Jackson’s extraordinary success.  The “King of Pop” was honored in spite of a long-standing tradition of picturing only kings, queens and heads of state on postage stamps!  Add these historic stamps to your collection today.