#YS1933 – 1933 Commemorative Stamp Year Set

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1933 Commemorative Year Set

Contents: YS1933  (726-29, 732-34) 7 Stamps Recall one of the most exciting periods in U.S. stamp collecting with handsomely engraved FDR-era commemorative year set and save off Mystic's U.S. Stamp Catalog prices. Following his 1933 inauguration, Franklin D. Roosevelt personally approved each stamp issued during his term in office. With a collector in the Oval Office, the stamps of this period featured superb craftsmanship and design.


 

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1933 Commemorative Year Set

Contents: YS1933  (726-29, 732-34) 7 Stamps

Recall one of the most exciting periods in U.S. stamp collecting with handsomely engraved FDR-era commemorative year set and save off Mystic's U.S. Stamp Catalog prices.

Following his 1933 inauguration, Franklin D. Roosevelt personally approved each stamp issued during his term in office.

With a collector in the Oval Office, the stamps of this period featured superb craftsmanship and design.