Capture the Drama of the Cold War –
The Soviet Union Mint 1968 Year Set
In 1968 the Cold War was in a deep freeze. There was the space race, as well as H-bombs, Soviet tanks invading Prague, Czechoslovakia – the Soviet Union was starting to look unbeatable. One look at these 115 mint Soviet stamps and four sought-after souvenir sheets from 1968 and you’ll see just how proud the Soviets were at that time.
Stamps celebrating space accomplishments and military power are prominent. You’ll see the father of Communism, Karl Marx, and the revolutionary that created this giant world power, Vladimir Lenin, honored like gods. Athletics, architecture, and art are also featured. Document this history in your album. Order now.