#M4729 – 1990 Soviet Union Year Set

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Own A Page of World History –
Stamps From Before the Soviet Union’s Fall
Now you can own the stamps from the last full year of the Soviet Union.  The 1990 U.S.S.R. year set contains well over 100 mint stamps, plus the sought-after souvenir sheets that are cherished by collectors all over the world.  It’s a great way to document one of the most incredible changes of our time.  No one can dispute how much this Eurasian giant affected our lives – from the bomb shelters and the Bay of Pigs to the race for space and the Cold War. 1990 stamp topics include folklore, global ecology, victory in World War II, Lenin’s 120th birthday, World Cup soccer, Antarctic research, the 750th anniversary of the Battle of the Neva River, prehistoric animals, and submarines.  It also includes the U.S.-U.S.S.R. Creatures of the Sea joint issue and a celebration of the 150th anniversary of the Penny Black!  Send for yours today.

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Own A Page of World History –
Stamps From Before the Soviet Union’s Fall

Now you can own the stamps from the last full year of the Soviet Union.  The 1990 U.S.S.R. year set contains well over 100 mint stamps, plus the sought-after souvenir sheets that are cherished by collectors all over the world.  It’s a great way to document one of the most incredible changes of our time.  No one can dispute how much this Eurasian giant affected our lives – from the bomb shelters and the Bay of Pigs to the race for space and the Cold War.

1990 stamp topics include folklore, global ecology, victory in World War II, Lenin’s 120th birthday, World Cup soccer, Antarctic research, the 750th anniversary of the Battle of the Neva River, prehistoric animals, and submarines.  It also includes the U.S.-U.S.S.R. Creatures of the Sea joint issue and a celebration of the 150th anniversary of the Penny Black!  Send for yours today.