#M12148 – 2012 $175 Charles Lindbergh, Crossing the Atlantic, Mint Souvenir Sheet, Mozambique

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Mint Souvenir Sheet Honors Lindbergh’s Historic Transatlantic Flight

Issued in 2012, this mint Mozambique souvenir sheet marks the 85th anniversary of the flight that made Charles Lindbergh a household name.  On May 20, 1927, Lindbergh departed New York in the Spirit of St. Louis and flew 33-1/2 hours to Paris.  His daring flight made him an international celebrity and a respected authority in aviation. 

This neat mint sheet has lots of history.  It pictures James Stewart, who portrayed Lindbergh in a 1957 film about the famous flight, plus the Spirit of St. Louis and a Longines Weems Second-Setting Watch, which was a popular watch for aviators.

A great addition to your collection – order yours now.

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Mint Souvenir Sheet Honors Lindbergh’s Historic Transatlantic Flight

Issued in 2012, this mint Mozambique souvenir sheet marks the 85th anniversary of the flight that made Charles Lindbergh a household name.  On May 20, 1927, Lindbergh departed New York in the Spirit of St. Louis and flew 33-1/2 hours to Paris.  His daring flight made him an international celebrity and a respected authority in aviation. 

This neat mint sheet has lots of history.  It pictures James Stewart, who portrayed Lindbergh in a 1957 film about the famous flight, plus the Spirit of St. Louis and a Longines Weems Second-Setting Watch, which was a popular watch for aviators.

A great addition to your collection – order yours now.