Use these unused unmarked stamps for your very special aceo, collage, jewelry or other creative creation.
a small bit of S T O R Y
The Street Cars feature America's first major form of mass transportation, and it evolution from the early 1800's to the 1920's. One of the images is of the John Mason, the first American streetcar. An elaborate stagecoach pulled on rails by two horses, the John Mason was in service starting in 1832 in New York City. An image of trolley cars from Montgomery, Alabama, the first place in the nation to have city-wide electric transportation, represents the new era in streetcar evolution. Also featured are a streetcar that ran along St. Charles Avenue in New Orleans, Louisiana, after 1835 and the nation's last horse car, nicknamed the Bobtail, which operated in Sulphur Rock, Arkansas.
THIS LOT: all fine UNused United States postage for use as valid postage
5 Botanical Congress 1969 issue 6cent stamps (a mix of 4 unique designs)
10 Street Cars 1983 issue 20 cent stamps (a mix of four unique designs)
Enough to post 5 - 1oz letters at $.46 each.
***ADDITIONAL QUANTITIES AVAILABLE - please contact me for custom orders.***
** Before you order please note info on payment, shipping and other good things to know in my policies section **
Look for my VerdeStudio page on facebook to see more sample designs.
Postage Tip: Adhering your stamps: Most stamps come with gum on the back that becomes sticky when moistened. Feel free to go old fashioned and lick your stamp before placing it on the envelope. OR You can use a glue stick - Elmer's brand works particularly well.