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The Heritage of Blacks in America as Featured on Postage Stamps

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Harriet Tubman Issue Black Heritage #1 United States, 1978
Item ID: BH1a

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This mint stamp is the first issue in the United States Postal Service's Black Heritage series. The stamp honors Harriet tubman, the woman known as the "Moses of her People." Born into slavery, she is credited with helping more than 300 slaves escape via the "Underground Railway." Issued on February 1, 1978. Scott Cat.# 1744
Price: $0.48
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Martin Luther King Jr. Issue Black Heritage #2 United States, 1979.
Item ID: BH2a

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Issued by the United States on January 13, 1979, this mint stamp honored Martin Luther King Jr., the assassinated civil rights leader, and paid tribute to his role in the struggle for racial equality. This stamp is the second issue in the USPS Black Heritage series. Scott Cat.# 1771
Price: $0.60
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Benjamin Banneker issue Black Heritage #3 United States, 1980
Item ID: BH3a

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Issued by the U.S. Postal Service on February 15, 1980, this mint stamp pays tribute to the pioneer American scientist and mathematician, Benjamin Banneker. Banneker, born free in 1731, became a noted astronomer and surveyor. This issue is the 3rd in the USPS's Black Heritage series. Scott Cat.# 1804.
Price: $0.52
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Whitney Moore Young issue Black Heritage #4 United States, 1981
Item ID: BH4a

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This mint stamp, issued by the U.S. Postal Service on January 30, 1981, pays tribute to Whitney Moore Young (1921-1971). Young was a civil rights leader, executive director of the National Urban League, an author, dean of the Atlanta School of Social Work and a recipient of the Medal of Freedom. Scott Cat.# 1875
Price: $0.50
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Whitney Moore Young issue Black Heritage #4 Plate# Block of 4
Item ID: BH4b

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This mint plate number block of four stamps, issued by the U.S. Postal Service on January 30, 1981, pays tribute to Whitney Moore Young (1921-1971). Young was a civil rights leader, executive director of the National Urban League, an author, dean of the Atlanta School of Social Work and a recipient of the Medal of Freedom. Scott Cat.# 1875
Price: $1.70
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Jackie Robinson Issue Black Heritage #5 United States, 1982
Item ID: BH5a

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This mint, never hinged Jackie Robinson stamp honors the athlete who broke Major League baseball's racial barrier in 1947. Please click on the image or "Details" for additional information. Scott Cat.# 2016
Price: $1.65
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Jackie Robinson Issue Black Heritage #5 F/VF Plate# Block of 4
Item ID: BH5b

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This mint, Fine/Very Fine (design off-centered relative to perforations) plate number block of four stamps honors Jackie Robinson, the athlete who broke Major League baseball's racial barrier in 1947. This is the fifth issue in the USPS Black Heritage series. Please click on the image or "Details" for additional information. Scott Cat.# 2016
Price: $6.25
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Jackie Robinson Issue Black Heritage #5 VF Plate# Block of 4
Item ID: BH5c

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This mint, Very Fine plate number block of four stamps honors Jackie Robinson, the athlete who broke Major League baseball's racial barrier in 1947. This is the fifth issue in the USPS Black Heritage series. Please click on the image or "Details" for additional information. Scott Cat.# 2016
Price: $8.35
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Scott Joplin issue Black Heritage #6 United States, 1983
Item ID: BH6a

Details 

This mint stamp, issued by the U.S. Postal Service on June 9, 1983, Honors Ragtime composer Scott Joplin (1868-1917). Joplin is credited with combining the charm of late Victorian music with the faster-paced qualities of American folk song and dance. This is the sixth issue in the USPS Black Heritage series. Note that this issue typically has a "grainy" print appearance. Scott Cat.# 2044
Price: $0.60
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Scott Joplin issue Black Heritage #6 Plate# Block of 4
Item ID: BH6b

Details 

This mint plate number block of four stamps, issued by the U.S. Postal Service on June 9, 1983, Honors Ragtime composer Scott Joplin (1868-1917). Joplin is credited with combining the charm of late Victorian music with the faster-paced qualities of American folk song and dance. This is the sixth issue in the USPS Black Heritage series. Note that this issue typically has a "grainy" print appearance. Scott Cat.# 2044
Price: $2.20
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Carter G. Woodson issue Black Heritage #7 United States, 1984
Item ID: BH7a

Details 

This mint stamp, issued by the U.S. Postal Service on February 1, 1984, pays tribute to African-American historian, teacher and administrator Carter G. Woodson (1875-1950). Woodson was additionally an editor of the Journal of Negro History. This is the seventh issue in the USPS Black Heritage series. Scott Cat.# 2073
Price: $0.60
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Carter G. Woodson issue Black Heritage #7 Plate# Block of 4
Item ID: BH7b

Details 

This mint plate number block of four stamps, issued by the U.S. Postal Service on February 1, 1984, pays tribute to African-American historian, teacher and administrator Carter G. Woodson (1875-1950). Woodson was additionally an editor of the Journal of Negro History. This is the seventh issue in the USPS Black Heritage series. Scott Cat.# 2073
Price: $2.20
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