Harris Worldwide Traveler Stamp Album Ideal for Beginners - A-Z Countries
This beginner worldwide album provides spaces for thousands of stamps that beginning collectors are most likely to own or acquire. Headings feature the philatelic history of each stamp-issuing country. Brightly colored 2-post binder. Over 300 (150 sheets) printed on both sides.
Product Description Product Description Stanley 755711 - 2" Zinc Plated(2C) Mending PlateStanley is proud of its reputation for excellence. They are dedicated to continually testing, designing and improving their products to ensure quality and maximum function. Maintaining their standing of being the world's best at what they do is important to them and what you expect from a name like Stanley. Stanley 755711 - 2" Zinc Plated(2C) Mending Plate Features: Reinforces joints, seams, and cracks Rust resistant Screws included 75-5711: 2" x 5/8", Zinc plated, 4 per card 75-5733: 3" x 3/4", Zinc plated, 4 per card 80-2101: 3" x 3/4", Bright Brass, 4 per card 75-5851: 4" x 7/8", Zinc plated, 4 per card 80-2111: 4" x 7/8", Bright Brass, 4 per card 75-5855:4" x 7/8", Mechanically Galvanized finish, 2 per card 75-6045: 6" x 1-1/8", Mechanically Galvanized finish, 2 per card
This listing is for a Supersafe First Day Cover Album. This album comes with 32 pages. Each page measures 10" x 9.5". There are pockets on both sides of the page (4 per page). The dimensions of the pockets are each : 4.25" x 7.125". The binder pages are secured withing a 3 ring system.
2009 Uncirculated Abraham Lincoln Commemorative Silver Dollar with Box
Manufacturer: US Mint
This beautiful Abraham Lincoln Commemorative Silver Dollar commemorates the bicentennial anniversary of Lincoln's birth. This uncirculated coin, struck on specially burnished blanks, features a soft, satin finish to the coin and its images. The obverse of this coin features an image of Lincoln. The immortal words Lincoln spoke at Gettysburg - the last 43 of his most famous speech - are inscribed on the reverse of the coin.
American Coin Treasures 150th Anniversary Civil War Commemorative Stamp Collection
Manufacturer: UPM Global--DROPSHIP
Brand: American Coin Treasures
Honor America's past with this 150th Anniversary Civil War Commemorative Stamp Collection. The collection begins by showcasing President Abraham Lincoln with a 1958, 4-cent Lincoln-Douglas Debate Stamp and a 1960, 25-cent Lincoln Air Mail Stamp. The Lincoln-Douglas Debates occurred in 1858 and were held in 7 sites gaining national attention. The Lincoln Air Mail Stamp shows a portrait of Abraham Lincoln with a phrase from his famous Gettysburg Address, "Of the People, By the People, For the People," framing his head. The collection continues with commemorative stamps covering significant moments leading up to and during the civil war, a 1948, 3-cent Gettysburg Address Stamp, a 1961, 4-cent Fort Sumter Stamp, a 1963, 5-cent Gettysburg Battle Stamp, a 1964, 5-cent The Wilderness Stamp and a 1965, 5-cent Battle of Appomattox Stamp. On April 12, 1861, the Confederate Army fired a shot on a Federal Fort to begin the United States Civil War. On April 9, 1865, Confederate General Robert E. Lee fought his last battle at the Appomattox Courthouse before surrendering to Union General Ulysses S. Grant. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Five centuries ago, Jan Gossaert helped bring the genius of the Italian Renaissance to northern Europe. Today, his devotional paintings, rich in symbolism, still vividly evoke the traditions of Christmas.The new Virgin & Child by Jan Gossaert ForeverÂ® Christmas stamp features Gossaert's 1531 painting Virgin and Child. Draped in purple and blue, the Virgin Mary supports her own head by leaning on one of her hands, an unusual pose that art historians see as a sign of sadness and contemplation. In her other hand, a curly-haired infant Jesus draped in white holds a bunch of red currants, which scholars believe are meant to foreshadow his future suffering.Gossaert's painting is currently in the collection of the Cleveland Museum of Art. Richard Sheaff was the art director and designer for this stamp.This stamp is being issued as a ForeverÂ® stamp. Forever stamps are always equal in value to the current First-Class MailÂ® one-ounce rate.