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Use these nostalgic vintage postage stamps to mail that special card or invitation for a tea party.
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Use these unused unmarked stamps for your very special aceo, collage, jewelry or other creative creation.

S T O R Y
The larger stamps feature the Southern Magnolia, Blue Paloverde, Yellow Poplar, Prairie Crab Apple, and Pacific Dogwood — five magnificent flowering trees native to different geographical regions of the United States.

Designs of the four smaller stamps are representative of flora from the four corners of the country. The Southwest is represented by the ocotillo; the Northwest by the Douglas fir; the Northeast by the lady-slipper, and the Southeast by the franklinia. {arago}

THIS LOT: all fine UNused United States postage valid for use as current postage
5 Flowering Trees 1998 issue 32 cent stamps (five unique designs)
5 Botanical Congress 1969 issue 6 cent stamps (four unique designs)
5 Stagegoach 1890s 4cent stamps (issued in 1982)
5 The Hermitage 1959 issue 4.5cent stamps
5 A Public that Reads 4cent stamps (issued in 1977)

NOTE: one or more of the stamps used in your custom design are part of a setenant set of stamps. These stamps were issued and are sold, collected and traded as sets. You will receive an equal number of each stamp in the set.

Enough to post 5 envelopes with 50 cents postage 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 **

Enjoy!

Postage Tip: If you need more than the standard 49cents for your mailing you can use vintage postage alongside of current USPS stamps. So you could use a current USPS stamp (you can see what they have to offer at the USPS website) and then add ??cents worth of vintage postage to complete the arrangement. This can be a cost and space effective way to add that vintage touch. Something old and something new!

Meet the owner of VerdeStudio.

Virginia Sauder

Botanical .. Estate .. UNused Vintage Postage Stamps .. post 5 letters

$7.95 USD
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