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Add some vintage charm to your letters and greeting cards with vintage unused postage.

"Is it a Plant, Animal, or Mineral?" These retro stamps harken back to days when we were content to play Twenty Questions to pass the time. The title may be a stretch since the "plant" portion of this stamp group is merely the background of the 1987 Wildlife stamps... but it made the title more charming so I hope you enjoy!

(5) Vintage 1987 North American Wildlife - 22 cent stamps (50 assorted designs, see last photo)

(5) Vintage 1978 Canadian Wildlife - 13 cent stamps (8 assorted designs, see last photo)

(5) Vintage 1974 Mineral Heritage - 10 cent stamps (4 assorted designs, see last photo)

Simply use one of each stamp on each of your standard 1 oz letter or greeting card envelopes to fulfill the current USPS first class mail rate of 45 cents.

As mentioned above, there are 50 assorted 22cent stamps and 8 assorted 13cent stamps. You will receive a random assortment that may or may not include the stamps pictured in the first 4 photos. All stamps are shown in the last image.

With this listing, you will receive 15 stamps total, enough stamps to post 5 letters.

Please make sure you have reviewed my shop policies section before placing your order.

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Unless otherwise noted, all stamps in my shop are in very good useable vintage condition. Depending on age, some of the gum (adhesive) may not be as strong as when the stamps were produced. Because of this, I recommend attaching the stamps to your envelopes with a glue stick rather than licking them or moistening with a sponge. I've found that Elmer's Extra Strength and Elmer's X-treme glue sticks work very well.

Interested in large quantities? Don't see what you're looking for? Just send me a message and I'll check my stock to see if I have what you need or give you an ETA on ordering.

I gladly welcome large orders. Send me a message and we'll talk about your project!

Vintage un-used - Plants, Animals, and Minerals - postage stamps to post 5 letters

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Material: vintage postage stamps
  • Feedback: 968 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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