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These self-adhesive stickers are made from used, vintage stamps. No copies here! They have all once been attached to some good old-fashioned snail mail and have now been given a new life as stickers.

They have all been used and many of them show parts of the postage marks. On some you can see the place where it was sent from or even a part of the date when it was sent. This lot includes stamps from all over the world, all in great green tones.

This set includes 12 stickers. You might not get the exact sheet from the photos, but I guarantee that all the sticker sheets are made just as amazing. I make sure that you won't get a sheet full of the same stickers, but make a selection in which all stickers are different. You might get a few from the same country, but even those have a different look to them.

Remember though, these are for decoration only! Don't use these guys instead on current, valid postage stamps.

Looking for another color or amount? Have a specific country, continent or topic in mind? Please let me know, I might have just what you're looking for! Also, take a look at the other stickers in my shop:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/Brinner?section_id=7055758

Please note that shipping for this sticker set is free if you purchase another item from my shop! Check the selection:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/Brinner

Postage Stamp Stickers - Green Upcycled Vintage

$5.00 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: postage stamps, sticker adhesive
  • Ships worldwide from Toronto, Canada
  • Feedback: 226 reviews
  • Favorited by: 35 people