1956 Commemorative Stamp Year Set

# YS1956 - 1956 Commemorative Stamp Year Set

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Save Time and Money with 1956 Commemorative Year

With one easy order, you can get all 12 commemorative stamps from 1956 and save time and money.

Includes:

US #1073
US #1074
US #1076
US #1077
US #1078
US #1079
US #1080
US #1081
US #1082
US #1083
US #1084
US #1085

Stamp Highlights:

• Wildlife Conservation (#1077-79)– Three stamps emphasize the importance of wildlife conservation by picturing a wild turkey, pronghorn antelope and King Salmon, all of which have seen increased numbers since receiving federal protection.

• Wheatland (#1081)– Located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, it was at Wheatland that James Buchanan learned of his nomination for President of the United States. 

• Children of the World (#1085) – Issued to recognize the role children play in promoting world peace; this stamp was actually designed by a schoolboy.

Get the 1956 Commemorative Year Set and save – order now.
 

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Save Time and Money with 1956 Commemorative Year

With one easy order, you can get all 12 commemorative stamps from 1956 and save time and money.

Includes:

US #1073
US #1074
US #1076
US #1077
US #1078
US #1079
US #1080
US #1081
US #1082
US #1083
US #1084
US #1085

Stamp Highlights:

• Wildlife Conservation (#1077-79)– Three stamps emphasize the importance of wildlife conservation by picturing a wild turkey, pronghorn antelope and King Salmon, all of which have seen increased numbers since receiving federal protection.

• Wheatland (#1081)– Located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, it was at Wheatland that James Buchanan learned of his nomination for President of the United States. 

• Children of the World (#1085) – Issued to recognize the role children play in promoting world peace; this stamp was actually designed by a schoolboy.

Get the 1956 Commemorative Year Set and save – order now.