#M11082 – Betty Boop Set of 5 s/s Guyana

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Get a Whimsical Set of Betty Boop Stamps

The Betty Boop cartoons thrilled audiences with their daring themes and some of the hottest music of the era – often featuring jazz greats Louis Armstrong and Cab Calloway in their earliest live performances. 

America first met the cartoon “flapper girl,” based on silent film actress Clara Bow, in 1930.  Starring in a number of the most famous cartoons of all time, Betty and her adventures were a bit of welcome relief from the Great Depression gripping the nation. 

Order yours now and save time and money over ordering individual stamps.

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Get a Whimsical Set of Betty Boop Stamps

The Betty Boop cartoons thrilled audiences with their daring themes and some of the hottest music of the era – often featuring jazz greats Louis Armstrong and Cab Calloway in their earliest live performances. 

America first met the cartoon “flapper girl,” based on silent film actress Clara Bow, in 1930.  Starring in a number of the most famous cartoons of all time, Betty and her adventures were a bit of welcome relief from the Great Depression gripping the nation. 

Order yours now and save time and money over ordering individual stamps.