#M12212 – 1937 Two Canary Islands Charity Labels

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Own Mint Canary Islands Charity Labels – Over 80 Years Old

Now you can add two Canary Islands Charity Labels (stamps that raised money for a cause) issued in 1937.  You'll receive one "5c" green and one "10c" red stamp, each picturing an airplane flying over a tropical harbor.  These stamps feature prominent German cross and circle watermarks that are easily seen with the naked eye – no watermark fluid needed.  This indicates the stamps were likely printed in Berlin.  We broke down a mint sheet to create this exclusive new offer, so take advantage and send for your set today.
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Own Mint Canary Islands Charity Labels – Over 80 Years Old

Now you can add two Canary Islands Charity Labels (stamps that raised money for a cause) issued in 1937.  You'll receive one "5c" green and one "10c" red stamp, each picturing an airplane flying over a tropical harbor.  These stamps feature prominent German cross and circle watermarks that are easily seen with the naked eye – no watermark fluid needed.  This indicates the stamps were likely printed in Berlin.  We broke down a mint sheet to create this exclusive new offer, so take advantage and send for your set today.