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Commemorated and Honored on Authentic Postage Stamps

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Chemist - American Chemical Society United States, 1951.
Item ID: PR4


This mint stamp, first issued on September 4, 1951, commemorated the 75th anniversary of the American Chemical Society (ACS). The design features the ACS emblem and inductrial chemical equipment. An attractive early chemistry topical stamp.
Price: $0.48
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Scientists - Mint Set of 3 Russia, 1987
Item ID: PR44


Issued by Russia on October 3, 1987, this complete mint set of three stamps, each with an attached label, commemorates three famous scientists: Muhammed Taragai Ulugh Begh (1394-1449, Uzbek astronomer and mathematician), Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727, English physicist and mathematician), and Marie Curie (1867-1934, physicist, chemist and Nobel Laureate). The labels include short bios (in Russian).
Price: $0.75
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Law - Workman's Compensation United States, 1961
Item ID: PR45


Issued by the U.S. on September 4, 1961, this mint stamp commemorates the 50th anniversary of the first U.S. legislation to compensat workers injured on the job. The Wisconsin law of 1911 was followed suit by similar laws in nine other states that same year. The stamp design features a factory and a family in the scales of justice.
Price: $0.40
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American Automobile Association (AAA) Issue Automobiles and Crossing Guard United States, 1952
Item ID: PR46


Issued by the United States on March 4, 1952, this mint stamp commemorated the 50th anniversary (1902-1952) of the American Automobile Association (AAA; the "Triple-A") and honored its contribution to road safety and convenience. The stamp design features children and a crossing guard as well as automobiles of 1902 and 1952.
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Engineering. United States, 1952.
Item ID: PR5


Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the American Society of Civil Engineers, this mint stamp features the George Washington bridge (a symbol of a great enginnering project attributed to Society members) and an old covered bridge. The first day of issue for this stamp was September 6, 1952. A nice stamp gift for the engineer.
Price: $0.45
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Inventors - Block of 4 United States, 1983
Item ID: PR50


This "American Inventor's Issue" honors Charles Steinmetz, Edwin Armstrong, Nikola tesla and Philo T. Farnsworth (please click on the image or "Details" for additional information). This mint block of four stamps was issued by the U.S. Postal Service on September 21, 1983. Scott Cat.# 2058a.
Price: $2.95
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Magician- Harry Houdini United States, 2002
Item ID: PR51


Harry Houdini (1874-1926), the subject of this mint, self-adhesive stamp, was a Hungarian-American magician, illusionist and stunt performer, noted for his sensational escape acts. Issued by the U.S. Postal Service on July 3, 2002. Scott Cat.# 3651.
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Nursing Issue Mint Set of 4 Austria, 1937
Item ID: PR52


Austria paid tribute to the nursing profession with the release of this complete mint set of four stamps on October 18, 1937. The stamps feature a nurse and infant, a mother and child, nursing the aged, and a Sister of Mercy with patient. The 2011 Scott Catalogue value for this set is $9.00. Scott Cat.# B152-5.
Price: $6.95
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Geology / Gemology Issue Mint Block of 4 United States, 1992
Item ID: PR54


Featuring specimens from the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History Collection, this mint block of four "minerals" stamps celebrates geology and gemology. The stamps depict azurite, copper, variscite and wulfenite. Issued by the U.S. Postal Service on September 17, 1992. Scott Cat.# 2703a (2700-2703).
Price: $3.50
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American Sign Language / Signing Mint Stamp Pair United States, 1993
Item ID: PR55


The U.S. Postal Service issued this attractively designed mint stamp pair on September 20, 1993, to bring awareness to American sign language and the need for early recognition of deafness. Scott Cat.# 2784a.
Price: $1.75
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American Scientists Mint Strip of 4 United States, 2005
Item ID: PR56


Issued by the U.S. Postal Service on May 4, 2005, this mint strip of four self-adhesive stamps features the following four renowned American scientists: geneticist Barbara McClintock (1902-1992), thermodynamicist Josiah Willard Gibbs (1839-1903), methematician John von Neumann (1903-1957), and physicist Richard Feynman (1918-1988). Scott Cat.# 3909a.
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Newspaperboys Issue United States, 1952
Item ID: PR59


This mint United States stamp, issued on October 4, 1952, recognized America's newsboys and the value of their early business training. The stamp design features a paperboy and the Torch of "Free Enterprise" against a neighborhood in the background. Scott Cat.# 1015.
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