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William Kent developed an early pram in 1733. He was a garden architect in England who had become well known for his work. In 1733, the Duke of Devonshire asked Kent to build a means of transportation that would carry his children. Kent obliged by constructing a shell shaped basket on wheels that the children could sit in. This was richly decorated and meant to be pulled by a goat or small pony. By 1840, the baby carriage became extremely popular. Queen Victoria bought three carriages from Hitchings Baby Store.[wiki]

THIS LOT: all fine UNused United States Postage
5 Baby Buggy 1880s 7.4cent stamps
5 America's Wool 6cent stamps
5 C Eagle 20 cent stamps
5 Airmail 15cent stamps
5 Martha Washington 1cent stamps

Enough to post 5 - 1oz letters at $.49 each

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Virginia Sauder

Baby Wool .. UNused Vintage Postage Stamps .. post 5 letters

$7.25 USD
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Overview

  • Vintage handmade item
  • Material: paper
  • Ships worldwide from Pennsylvania, United States
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