#YS1959 – 1959 Commemorative Stamp Year Set

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Do You Have All the 1959 Commemoratives?

With one easy order, you can get all 15 Commemorative stamps issued in 1959 – you’ll save time and money. (Note: YS1959 contains the same stamps as YS1959C.)

Includes:

US #1124
US #1125
US #1126
US #1127
US #1128
US #1129
US #1130
US #1131
US #1132
US #1133
US #1134
US #1135
US #1136
US #!!37
US #1138
Stamp Highlights:

José de San Martin (#1125 and 1126) – This Champion of Liberty Series issue honors San Martin, Argentine general and statesman who led the struggle for independence from Spain for Argentina, Chile, and Peru.

St. Lawrence Seaway (#1131) – This issue marked the first time the U.S. and Canada issued stamps jointly, and was the first U.S. joint issue with any country.  The St. Lawrence Seaway permitted ocean-going ships to travel from the Atlantic Ocean to Great Lake ports.

49-Star Flag (#1132) – A star was added to the U.S. flag July 4, 1959, to recognize the admission of Alaska to the Union early in the year.

Dr. Ephraim McDowell (#1138) – This Famous American stamp honors Dr. McDowell (1771-1830), who performed the first ovariotomy in Danville, Kentucky.

Save time and money – order the complete 1959 Commemorative Year Set today.
 
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Do You Have All the 1959 Commemoratives?

With one easy order, you can get all 15 Commemorative stamps issued in 1959 – you’ll save time and money. (Note: YS1959 contains the same stamps as YS1959C.)

Includes:

US #1124
US #1125
US #1126
US #1127
US #1128
US #1129
US #1130
US #1131
US #1132
US #1133
US #1134
US #1135
US #1136
US #!!37
US #1138


Stamp Highlights:

José de San Martin (#1125 and 1126) – This Champion of Liberty Series issue honors San Martin, Argentine general and statesman who led the struggle for independence from Spain for Argentina, Chile, and Peru.

St. Lawrence Seaway (#1131) – This issue marked the first time the U.S. and Canada issued stamps jointly, and was the first U.S. joint issue with any country.  The St. Lawrence Seaway permitted ocean-going ships to travel from the Atlantic Ocean to Great Lake ports.

49-Star Flag (#1132) – A star was added to the U.S. flag July 4, 1959, to recognize the admission of Alaska to the Union early in the year.

Dr. Ephraim McDowell (#1138) – This Famous American stamp honors Dr. McDowell (1771-1830), who performed the first ovariotomy in Danville, Kentucky.

Save time and money – order the complete 1959 Commemorative Year Set today.