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American Sign Language / Signing Mint Stamp Pair United States, 1993
Item ID: PR55

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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 (2783-2784)
Price: $1.60
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Public School Education issue Denmark, 1964
Item ID: PR57

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Issuing Country: Denmark
Date of Issue: June 19, 1964
Scott Catalogue Number(s): 411
Description: Issued to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the royal decrees for the public school system, this mint stamp features an early public school drawn on a slate board.
Price: $0.40
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Newspaperboys Issue United States, 1952
Item ID: PR59

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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
Price: $0.40
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Lawyers / Law United States, 1953.
Item ID: PR6

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This mint was stamp was issued on August 24, 1953 to honor the 75th anniversary of the American Bar Association and the efforts of its member lawyers in establishing uniform state laws, promoting sound legislation, and advancing the administration of justice. The design features a frieze on a wall of the Supreme Court; the frieze depicts Wisdom, Justice, Divine Inspiration, and Truth. Scott Cat.# 1022
Price: $0.40
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Postal Service Employees Mint Strip of 10 Stamps United States, 1973
Item ID: PR61

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Issued on April 30, 1973, this mint strip of ten stamps saluted the then 700,000 employees of the U.S. Postal Service. The ten different stamps depist some of the services performed by postal employees, with text describing these activities printed on the revers side (under the gum; the first time this was done on U.S. stamps). Scott Cat.# 1498a (1489-98).
Price: $2.45
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Stamp Collecting issue United States, 1972
Item ID: PR62

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This U.S. mint stamp, issued on November 17,1972, paid tribute to the nation's stamp collectors and the hobby of philately. The stamp design features the first U.S. stamp (issued in 1847; Benjamin Franklin) under a magnifying glass. Scott Cat.# 1474
Price: $0.40
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Albert Einstein issue United States, 1979
Item ID: PR63

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Issuing Country: United States
Date of Issue: March 4, 1979
Scott Catalogue Number(s): 1774
Description: This mint stamp honors Albert Einstein, the physicist, philosopher and humanitarian who is best known as the creator of the special and general theories of relativity. The nicely engraved stamp design features a portrait of Einstein (from a photograph by Hermann Landshoff).
Price: $0.55
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Clara Maass Issue (Nurse) United States, 1976
Item ID: PR65

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Issuing Country: United States
Date of Issue: August 18, 1976
Scott Catalogue Number(s): 1699
Description: A contract nurse for the U.S. Army during the Spanish-American War and for a couple years after the war in the Philippines, Clara Maass died as a result of volunteering for medical experiments to study yellow fever. This mint stamp was issued to honor Maass on the 100th anniversary of her birth.
Price: $0.50
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George Papanicolaou Issue United States, 1978
Item ID: PR66

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Issuing Country: United States
Date of Issue: May 18, 1978
Scott Catalogue Number(s): 1754
Description: Issued to pay tribute to the noted cancer researcher George Papanicolaou for his development of an early cancer detection procedure (Pap test), this mint, engraved stamp features Dr. Papanicolaou and a microscope.
Price: $0.48
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Stamp Collecting Issue Bklt. Pane of 4 United States, 1986
Item ID: PR67

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Issuing Country: United States
Date of Issue: January 23, 1986
Scott Catalogue Number(s): 2201a (2198-2201)
Description: Issued to celebrate philately, this mint booklet pane of four stamps (no tab; complete set) features stamp collecting tools and collectibles.
Price: $2.40
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Geology / Minerals Mint Set of 8
Item ID: PR68

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Issuing Country: Zaire
Date of Issue: February 13, 1983
Scott Catalogue Number(s): 1102-1109
Scott Catalogue Value (2015): $21.95
Description: This complete mint set of eight Earth science stamps features eight different rocks, or minerals.
Price: $11.50
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Education - Robert Panara issue
Item ID: PR69

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Issuing Country: United States
Date of Issue: April 11, 2017
Scott Catalogue Number(s): 5191
Description: This mint, self-adhesive Forever 2 oz rate (70 cents when issued) stamp pays tribute to Robert F. Panara (1920-2014), a pioneer in deaf culture studies in the United States. Panara was a poet, a professor and a co-founder of the National Technical Institute for the Deaf and the National Theater of the Deaf.
Price: $1.35
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