Frank Sinatra Full Sheet of Twenty 42 Cent Stamps Scott 4265
On May 13, 2008, in Las Vegas, Nevada, and New York, New York, the Postal Service issued a 42-cent Frank Sinatra commemorative stamp in a pressure-sensitive adhesive (PSA) pane of twenty stamps. Richard Sheaff of Scottsdale, Arizona, designed the stamp. With this stamp, the Postal Service honored Frank Sinatra, an Oscar-winning actor and a supreme interpreter of American popular song. Art director Richard Sheaff and stamp artist Kazuhiko Sano of Mill Valley, California, chose to present this iconic figure in a portrait based on a photograph by an unknown photographer.
Love: King & Queen of Hearts Booklet of Twenty 44 Cents Stamps Scott 4404-05
On May 8, 2009, in Washington, DC, the US Postal Service issued a 44-cent Love: King and Queen of Hearts definitive stamp with two different designs in a pressure-sensitive adhesive convertible booklet of twenty stamps. The stamps were designed by Derry Noyes, Washington, DC, and Jeanne Greco, New York, New York. The issuance of the King and Queen of Hearts, the latest stamps in the Love series, pays tribute to the world's favorite "game." Artist Jeanne Greco of New York, New York, created the art on her computer for the two stamp designs, one showing the King and one showing the Queen, by using images from eighteenth-century French playing cards as a reference.
American Coin Treasures New York Times Civil War Coin and Stamp Collection
Manufacturer: UPM Global--DROPSHIP
Brand: American Coin Treasures
The New York Times headlines Grant's Victory At Richmond in this beautifully framed Civil War Coin and Stamp Collection. An official reproduction of The New York Times front page dated April 4, 1865 is showcased along with 5 genuine U.S. coins and 4 U.S. Postage Stamps in a wallet. President Abraham Lincoln toured Richmond on April 4, 1865. Upon landing in Richmond, Lincoln was spotted by black workmen who bowed to him. Lincoln is quoted as saying, "kneel to God only and thank him for the liberty you will hereafter enjoy." This Civil War tribute contains four 2009 Lincoln Bicentennial Pennies, a 2010 Lincoln Union Shield Penny and 4 commemorative Civil War postage stamps, a 1958 4-cent Lincoln-Douglas Debate Stamp, a 1961 4-cent Fort Sumter Stamp, a 1963 5-cent Battle of Gettysburg and a 25-cent Lincoln Air Mail Stamp. A Certificate of Authenticity is included.
USPS Forever Hearts Forever Stamps - Sheet of 20 Stamps
Combining artistic vision with a symbol of undying affection, the 2015 Forever Hearts stamps beautifully depict the ancient association between eternal love and the heart. Lacy lettering in the shape of a heart spells out the word "Forever" on two stamps. One design features red lettering on a white background; the other is reversed, with white lettering on a field of red. Artist Jessica Hische created the lettering that forms the heart, first drawing her design by hand and then finishing the stamp art digitally. The red and white color scheme works well with other colors and adds a timeless feel to the design, which resembles filigree. A religious symbol, a motif in art, an expression of affection or support-today the heart is everywhere, not only at Valentine's Day but also year-round. It signifies romantic love as well as love of people, places, or ideas. In the 1970s, a campaign to increase tourism in New York famously substituted the heart symbol for the word "love" in its slogan, a trademarked logo that spawned imitations around the world. Scores of businesses and organizations use the heart as part of their logos. Heart designs are carved onto furniture, etched onto jewelry, sewn into quilt patterns, and fashioned into sculpture. In February, the heart is found on everything from cookies to cards to kids' clothes. This listing is for 20 stamps (1 sheet of 20).
This album includes 50 double-sided pages with one clear pocket on each side of the page (100 total) and a black background between them. Pages are free of PVC, plasticizers, acetates or other harmful materials. The album exterior measures 12" x 12-1/4" and the pockets within each page measure 9-3/4" x 11-1/4". The album is red with gold lettering and features a D-ring binder. Made in the U.S.A. Stamps are NOT included.
The new Hummingbirds 34-cent Stamp postcard stamp celebrates the beauty and grace of the hummingbird. The stamp art is a tinted, highly stylized, digital depiction of a hummingbird hovering near a plant. Hummingbirds, known for their agility, brilliant colors, and long bills, are among the smallest birds in the world, ranging in size from about two to eight inches long. Some weigh less than a penny. Special wing anatomy enables hummingbirds to fly forward, backward, and upside down, as well as to hover in one spot. The "humming" sound they produce is made by their rapid wing movements - the wings of some species beat up to 80 times per second! The Hummingbird stamp features the art of illustrator Nancy Stahl. Carl T. Herrman was the art director. This listing is for one hundred (100) Hummingbird stamps, either in a single roll of stamps, or 5 booklets of 20 stamps each.