#YS1960 – 1960 Commemorative Stamp Year Set

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Is Your Collection Missing the Complete 1960 Commemorative Year Set?

  Now you can own all 29 commemorative stamps issued in 1960 with one convenient, money-saving order.

Includes:

US#1145
US #1146
US #1147
US #1148
US #1149
US #1150
US #1151
US #1152
US #1153
US #1154
US #1155
US #1156
US #1157
US #1158
US #1159
US #1160

Commemorative Set Highlights:

Boy Scout Jubilee (#1145) – The Boy Scouts of America was founded February 8, 1910, in Washington, D.C., by William D. Boyce and others.  Robert Baden-Powell had started the Boy Scout movement in England in 1907.

Thomas G. Masaryk (#1147 and 1148) – This Champion of Liberty Series issue honors Masaryk (1850-1937), patriot and first President of Czechoslovakia.

50-Star Flag (#1153) – The fiftieth star on the flag represents Hawaii, admitted to the Union on August 21, 1959.

Pony Express Centennial (#1154) – The Pony Express used relays of men and horses to deliver mail between St. Joseph, Missouri, and Sacramento, California, in less than half the time required by other delivery methods.  The Express operated for a year and a half – until the opening of the transcontinental telegraph made it unnecessary.

U.S. -Japan Treaty (#1158) – This stamp was issued to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the first treaty to promote understanding and good will between the U.S. and Japan.

Ignacy Jan Paderewski (#1159 and 1160) – These 4¢ and 8¢ issues from the Champion of Liberty Series honor Ignacy Jan Paderewski, world-famous Polish patriot and musician.

First Automated Post Office in the U.S.A. (#1164) –This issue honors the first automated post office, which was formally dedicated in Providence, Rhode Island, on October 20, 1960.

Baron Gustaf Mannerheim (#1165 and 1166) – Eighth in the Champion of Liberty Series, these issues honor the soldier, statesman and strategist Baron Gustaf Mannerheim, Marshal and President of Finland.

Giuseppe Garibaldi (#1168 and 1169) – Italian patriot and freedom fighter Giuseppe Garibaldi is honored with these two issues, which are part of the Champion of Liberty Series.

Andrew Carnegie (#1171) – This Famous American stamp was released in honor of Andrew Carnegie.  Industrialist and humanitarian, Carnegie was the founder of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

Add the history of the complete 1960 Commemorative Year Set to your collection – order now.
 
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Is Your Collection Missing the Complete 1960 Commemorative Year Set?

 

Now you can own all 29 commemorative stamps issued in 1960 with one convenient, money-saving order.

Includes:

US#1145
US #1146
US #1147
US #1148
US #1149
US #1150
US #1151
US #1152
US #1153
US #1154
US #1155
US #1156
US #1157
US #1158
US #1159
US #1160

Commemorative Set Highlights:

Boy Scout Jubilee (#1145) – The Boy Scouts of America was founded February 8, 1910, in Washington, D.C., by William D. Boyce and others.  Robert Baden-Powell had started the Boy Scout movement in England in 1907.

Thomas G. Masaryk (#1147 and 1148) – This Champion of Liberty Series issue honors Masaryk (1850-1937), patriot and first President of Czechoslovakia.

50-Star Flag (#1153) – The fiftieth star on the flag represents Hawaii, admitted to the Union on August 21, 1959.

Pony Express Centennial (#1154) – The Pony Express used relays of men and horses to deliver mail between St. Joseph, Missouri, and Sacramento, California, in less than half the time required by other delivery methods.  The Express operated for a year and a half – until the opening of the transcontinental telegraph made it unnecessary.

U.S. -Japan Treaty (#1158) – This stamp was issued to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the first treaty to promote understanding and good will between the U.S. and Japan.

Ignacy Jan Paderewski (#1159 and 1160) – These 4¢ and 8¢ issues from the Champion of Liberty Series honor Ignacy Jan Paderewski, world-famous Polish patriot and musician.

First Automated Post Office in the U.S.A. (#1164) –This issue honors the first automated post office, which was formally dedicated in Providence, Rhode Island, on October 20, 1960.

Baron Gustaf Mannerheim (#1165 and 1166) – Eighth in the Champion of Liberty Series, these issues honor the soldier, statesman and strategist Baron Gustaf Mannerheim, Marshal and President of Finland.

Giuseppe Garibaldi (#1168 and 1169) – Italian patriot and freedom fighter Giuseppe Garibaldi is honored with these two issues, which are part of the Champion of Liberty Series.

Andrew Carnegie (#1171) – This Famous American stamp was released in honor of Andrew Carnegie.  Industrialist and humanitarian, Carnegie was the founder of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

Add the history of the complete 1960 Commemorative Year Set to your collection – order now.