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

In 1972 the US Postal Service commissioned pop artist Robert Indiana to turn his painting of the word 'Love', created for the Museum of Modern Art's 1965 Christmas card, into a postage stamp. It was released in Philadelphia, the "City of Brotherly Love," on January 26, 1973, in time for Valentine's Day. Although the Love stamp was 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. {arago}

THIS LOT: all fine UNused United States postage stamps for valid use as current postage
5 Love Rising 29cent stamps issued in 1994
5 Ballooning (colorful only) 20cent stamps issued in 1983

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

Send some Love ...

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Virginia Sauder

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

$6.95 USD
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