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  Ayn Rand Issue Plate Number Block of 4 United States, 1999

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Item ID: AM66a
Ayn Rand Issue
Plate Number Block of 4
United States, 1999
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Ayn Rand Issue Plate Number Block of 4 United States, 1999
Issued on April 22, 1999, by the U.S. Postal Service, this mint stamp honors the popular author Ayn Rand (1905-1982). This issue is offered here as a plate number block of four stamps . Note that the plate number in the selvage, relative to the block of four stamps, may be at the upper-left, upper-right, lower-left or lower-right.

Rand was a Russian-born American writer who glorified individualism in her novels. She was born Alissa Rosenbaum, but took "Rand" as her pen name from the Remington-Rand typewriter she used. Ayn Rand collected stamps as a child and returned to stamp collecting when she reached her mid-60s. Within an article she wrote for the Minkus Stamp Journal, she described stamp collecting as "a world for orderly, rational minds" and "a hobby for busy, purposeful, ambitious people."

Mint, never hinged.
Scott Catalogue Number(s): U.S.# 3308

The actual size of this plate number block is 92 x 64 mm.
 
 
Price: $3.75
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