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

Artist Vivienne Flesher of San Francisco, California, used chalk pastels to create a design on a cheery yellow-gold background showing a hand offering a bouquet of colorful spring flowers.

Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790) was a printer, publisher, author, inventor, and diplomat. The 3cent stamp reproduced a painting entitled "Franklin Taking Electricity from the Sky" by Benjamin West. {arago}

THIS LOT: all fine UNused United States stamps valid for current use as postage
5 Love 2005 issue 37cent stamps 2005 issue
5 Ben Franklin Electricity 1956 issue 3cent stamp
5 Eagle airmail 5cent stamp 1958 issue
5 Eagle airmail 6cent stamp 1963 issue

Enough to post 5 - 1oz letters at $.51 each.

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Postage Tip: Arranging your stamps – technically you can place your stamps anywhere on the face (addressed side) of your envelope. I usually go traditional and cluster the stamps in the upper right corner of the face of the envelope. You can also place them across the top edge of the envelope – this works especially well when your return address is on the back of the envelope and not in the upper left corner.
Virginia Sauder

Frequently asked questions about VerdeStudio

VerdeStudio is my part-time job, coming in second to my full time efforts as a wife and mother. I am generally in the studio Monday-Friday and often on Saturdays but almost never on Sunday. If I am going to be away from the studio for more than a day or two I'll be sure to post an announcement and let you know when I'll be back. I love what I do and I can't stay away for long!
PA residents - sales tax will be calculated at 6% and automatically added to your total.

Classic LOVE .. Vintage UNused Postage Stamps .. to post 5 letters

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