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The first Love stamp, issued in 1973, proved so popular that a second stamp was issued in 1982 and then again in 1984 and 1985. Although the Love stamp was usually issued in time for use on Valentine's Day mail, it was intended to enhance cards and letters on many other special occasions throughout the year such as weddings, birthdays, and anniversaries.

Illustrator Paul Zwolak of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, created the design for the 2008 Love stamps. Titled "All Heart," the design focuses on a large, bright red heart that is transporting its owner to an unseen beloved, who will be gifted with this heart full of love.

THIS LOT: all UNused United States postage stamps
5 Love all heart 2008 issue 42cent stamps
5 Red Plane Airmail 1959 issue 7cent stamps

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

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!

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Virginia Sauder

Running Heart .. LOVE .. Vintage UNused Postage Stamps .. to post 5 letters

$6.95 USD
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