#230-36 – 7 Different Columbian Stamps with slight imperfections

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- Unused Stamp(s) (small flaws)
Ships in 1-2 business days.i$290.00
$290.00Save $28.00
camera Used Stamp(s) (small flaws)
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$46.50Save $3.90

Get 7 Legendary Columbian Commemorative Stamps and Save!

 
Order the 1¢-8¢ Columbian stamps you need in your collection at a great price. Enjoy great savings when you get them all! Here’s why you should take advantage of this offer today...
 
 
Desirable Unused Columbian Stamps – At Great Savings
 
Today, I’m offering you the chance to get unused 1¢-8¢ Columbian stamps in your collection.  As you might expect with stamps over 125 years old, they will have one or two tiny imperfections.  These small flaws don’t detract from the stamps’ beauty or history.  They will give you big savings off Mystic’s regular catalog prices.  Read on to learn more about one of the most popular stamp series in US history...
 
 
Columbian Series Stamps Are America’s Very First Commemoratives
 
As you may know, the 16-stamp Columbian Series was issued in conjunction with the spectacular Columbian Exposition of 1893.  This event celebrated the 400th anniversary of Christopher Columbus’s discovery of the New World.  The Columbians are America’s very first commemoratives.  And some of the most popular US stamps to this day.  Legendary stamp expert Lester Brookman said “few if any series of stamps are so sought after by US collectors as the “Columbians.”  The degree of completion of the Columbian Series in any collection has almost become a yardstick by which a collection is measured.”
 
This is your chance to get the building blocks of a complete Columbian collection in one easy, affordable order.
 
 
Stamps Included In the Set…
 
 
Pictures Columbus sighting land.  History tells us a sailor on the Pinta was actually the first to spot land.  Yours for $17.50, a savings of $12.45 off Mystic’s regular prices.
 
 
 
This stamp known for the “Broken hat” variety.  This occurred due to a break in the printing press’s transfer roll.  Once had a minor number assigned by Scott, but no longer the case.  Own the unbroken variety for $17.50, a savings of $12.45 off Mystic’s regular prices.
 
 
 
Depicts Columbus’s flagship, Santa Maria, the largest of the three ships in his fleet.  Also the ship aboard which Columbus sailed. Add it to your collection today for $42, a savings of $37.00 off Mystic’s regular prices.
 
 
 
Commemorates the Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maria.  All three ships played an important part in Columbus’s journey.  Get it now for $68, a savings of $57.00 off Mystic’s regular prices.
 
 
 
This stamp recalls the meeting with the king and queen of Spain in which Columbus requested funding for his journey.  The monarchs launched an investigation, delaying his maiden voyage by four years.
 
 
 
The scene on this stamp is the moment when Columbus returned to Barcelona.  He was showered with honors by the king and queen of Spain.  These privileges were traditionally only meant for royalty.
 
 
 
After returning to the New World, Columbus was accused of leading the colonies too harshly. Upon his return to Spain, the king and queen forgave him and sent him on another voyage.
 
 
Order Now While They’re Still Available and Affordable
 
As a serious US collector, Columbian stamps belong in your collection.  This is your chance to get the lower, more affordable denominations today.  It’s a good way to get started on your Columbian Series, plus you save money!  Interest-free time payments are available on the set of seven.  They make owning these history-making stamps even easier.
 
Order these scarce US classics now – they won’t be around forever!
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Get 7 Legendary Columbian Commemorative Stamps and Save!

 
Order the 1¢-8¢ Columbian stamps you need in your collection at a great price. Enjoy great savings when you get them all! Here’s why you should take advantage of this offer today...
 
 
Desirable Unused Columbian Stamps – At Great Savings
 
Today, I’m offering you the chance to get unused 1¢-8¢ Columbian stamps in your collection.  As you might expect with stamps over 125 years old, they will have one or two tiny imperfections.  These small flaws don’t detract from the stamps’ beauty or history.  They will give you big savings off Mystic’s regular catalog prices.  Read on to learn more about one of the most popular stamp series in US history...
 
 
Columbian Series Stamps Are America’s Very First Commemoratives
 
As you may know, the 16-stamp Columbian Series was issued in conjunction with the spectacular Columbian Exposition of 1893.  This event celebrated the 400th anniversary of Christopher Columbus’s discovery of the New World.  The Columbians are America’s very first commemoratives.  And some of the most popular US stamps to this day.  Legendary stamp expert Lester Brookman said “few if any series of stamps are so sought after by US collectors as the “Columbians.”  The degree of completion of the Columbian Series in any collection has almost become a yardstick by which a collection is measured.”
 
This is your chance to get the building blocks of a complete Columbian collection in one easy, affordable order.
 
 
Stamps Included In the Set…
 
 
Pictures Columbus sighting land.  History tells us a sailor on the Pinta was actually the first to spot land.  Yours for $17.50, a savings of $12.45 off Mystic’s regular prices.
 
 
 
This stamp known for the “Broken hat” variety.  This occurred due to a break in the printing press’s transfer roll.  Once had a minor number assigned by Scott, but no longer the case.  Own the unbroken variety for $17.50, a savings of $12.45 off Mystic’s regular prices.
 
 
 
Depicts Columbus’s flagship, Santa Maria, the largest of the three ships in his fleet.  Also the ship aboard which Columbus sailed. Add it to your collection today for $42, a savings of $37.00 off Mystic’s regular prices.
 
 
 
Commemorates the Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maria.  All three ships played an important part in Columbus’s journey.  Get it now for $68, a savings of $57.00 off Mystic’s regular prices.
 
 
 
This stamp recalls the meeting with the king and queen of Spain in which Columbus requested funding for his journey.  The monarchs launched an investigation, delaying his maiden voyage by four years.
 
 
 
The scene on this stamp is the moment when Columbus returned to Barcelona.  He was showered with honors by the king and queen of Spain.  These privileges were traditionally only meant for royalty.
 
 
 
After returning to the New World, Columbus was accused of leading the colonies too harshly. Upon his return to Spain, the king and queen forgave him and sent him on another voyage.
 
 
Order Now While They’re Still Available and Affordable
 
As a serious US collector, Columbian stamps belong in your collection.  This is your chance to get the lower, more affordable denominations today.  It’s a good way to get started on your Columbian Series, plus you save money!  Interest-free time payments are available on the set of seven.  They make owning these history-making stamps even easier.
 
Order these scarce US classics now – they won’t be around forever!