#MCC1037 – 1941-90 Venezuela

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Issue Dates:            1941-1990

Large Venezuela collection contains approximately 60 album pages averaging 8 stamps a page.  Most of the stamps are in mint condition.  Highlights include complete sets like #C437-51, the 1952 Arms of Trujillo stamps which have a catalogue value over $36 alone.  Also features pages of the interesting “Arms” type from the 1870s.  Nice collection with impressive savings.

   

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Issue Dates:            1941-1990

Large Venezuela collection contains approximately 60 album pages averaging 8 stamps a page.  Most of the stamps are in mint condition.  Highlights include complete sets like #C437-51, the 1952 Arms of Trujillo stamps which have a catalogue value over $36 alone.  Also features pages of the interesting “Arms” type from the 1870s.  Nice collection with impressive savings.