#M7370 – 1970-96 Cuba Collection, 725 stamps,Used

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Banned for 40 Years –
Now You Can Own Postage Stamps from Cuba!

Mystic has been granted permission from the U.S. Treasury Department to sell cancelled Cuba postage stamps.  Since 1962, the U.S. government had enforced a ban on all Cuban goods, including postage stamps.  Now these once-forbidden stamps, due to their informational value, can be part of your hobby-time fun.
With this special offer you can fill page after page of your album with 725 previously unavailable Cuba stamps – that’s 26 years of Cuban philatelic history – and SAVE $49.15!  You’ll gain a greater understanding of Cuban history and culture.  Order this important Cuba collection.  You’ll be glad you did.
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Banned for 40 Years –
Now You Can Own Postage Stamps from Cuba!

Mystic has been granted permission from the U.S. Treasury Department to sell cancelled Cuba postage stamps.  Since 1962, the U.S. government had enforced a ban on all Cuban goods, including postage stamps.  Now these once-forbidden stamps, due to their informational value, can be part of your hobby-time fun.
With this special offer you can fill page after page of your album with 725 previously unavailable Cuba stamps – that’s 26 years of Cuban philatelic history – and SAVE $49.15!  You’ll gain a greater understanding of Cuban history and culture.  Order this important Cuba collection.  You’ll be glad you did.