#MFN332 – 2022 Ukraine - Snake Island 'F*** Russians' - 12 Mint Stamps: 1 'W' Sheet of 6 and 1 'F' Sheet of 6 with free mounts

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Get a Sheet of the Most Highly Sought-After Worldwide Stamps of the Modern Era – Ukraine Snake Island Stamps

On February 24, 2022, Russia invaded Ukraine in an action that caused outrage and protest around the world.  Russia thought the Ukrainians would surrender in no time, but they drastically underestimated the Ukrainian's national pride and fighting spirit.  In fact, on the first day of the invasion, soldiers on Ukraine's Snake Island were under threat by the Russian warship Moskva.  The ship demanded the Ukrainian marines surrender to them, but one soldier radioed the ship saying, "Russian warship, go f*** yourself." That soldier's defiance became world-famous, and Ukraine went on to picture his likeness on two postage stamps.  This turned out to be a brilliant move by Ukraine.  The stamps quickly became sought-after within Ukraine and around the world.  They sold out in no time, capturing media attention and raising $135,000 for Ukraine's Army. Mystic was lucky enough to get our hands on a small number of these stamps, and this is your chance to get a sheet of each (six stamps per sheet) in your collection – while they're still available.  They won't last long, so hurry and order today!  Stict limit one set per customer. Download your FREE album page for these stamps here.
(Please note:  Your stamps will need to be removed from their encapsulation to be mounted to the album page.  Simply take a pair of scissors and carefully cut the encapsulation on one side to release the stamp.  We suggest keeping the stamps in their encapsulation if you plan to show friends.) Below is an image of Volodymyr Zelenskyy (president of Ukraine) holding the finished stamps.  
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Get a Sheet of the Most Highly Sought-After Worldwide Stamps of the Modern Era – Ukraine Snake Island Stamps

On February 24, 2022, Russia invaded Ukraine in an action that caused outrage and protest around the world.  Russia thought the Ukrainians would surrender in no time, but they drastically underestimated the Ukrainian's national pride and fighting spirit.  In fact, on the first day of the invasion, soldiers on Ukraine's Snake Island were under threat by the Russian warship Moskva.  The ship demanded the Ukrainian marines surrender to them, but one soldier radioed the ship saying, "Russian warship, go f*** yourself."

That soldier's defiance became world-famous, and Ukraine went on to picture his likeness on two postage stamps.  This turned out to be a brilliant move by Ukraine.  The stamps quickly became sought-after within Ukraine and around the world.  They sold out in no time, capturing media attention and raising $135,000 for Ukraine's Army.

Mystic was lucky enough to get our hands on a small number of these stamps, and this is your chance to get a sheet of each (six stamps per sheet) in your collection – while they're still available.  They won't last long, so hurry and order today!  Stict limit one set per customer.

Download your FREE album page for these stamps here.
(Please note:  Your stamps will need to be removed from their encapsulation to be mounted to the album page.  Simply take a pair of scissors and carefully cut the encapsulation on one side to release the stamp.  We suggest keeping the stamps in their encapsulation if you plan to show friends.)

Below is an image of Volodymyr Zelenskyy (president of Ukraine) holding the finished stamps.