Postal Service Guide to U.s. Stamps 2017

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  • Edition: 44th
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2018-05-30
  • Publisher: Powers Communication
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The 44th Edition of The Postal Service Guide to U.S.Stamps presents 171 years of U.S. stamps, from the Postmasters' Provisionals of 1845, through the final issuance of 2017. Beautiful high-resolution imagery and updated values accompany stamps and postal stationary from across the Postal archive. Special "back-of-the-book" sections include the 19th century Newspaper and Periodical stamps, Airmail, Special Delivery, Official Mail, and Federal Duck Stamps. The Guide opens with a beautiful presentation of the 2017 U.S. stamp program. An illustrated tutorial on the use of the Guide is followed by an introduction to the hobby with tips on stamp collecting. Each year of the U.S. stamp program opens with background information on that period in Philatelic history. Interesting anecodotes and "fun facts" are sprinkled throughout the pages of the Guide, and several pages of philatelic resources are offered at the close of the book.

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