5c Jet Airmail Postal Card
Title:
5c Jet Airmail Postal Card
Chrome PM 1958 Jul-31


United Nations
Title:
United Nations
Chrome PM 1958 Sep-22



12c International Surface Mail Postal Card Series of 1974
Title:
12c International Surface Mail Postal Card Series of 1974
Chrome PM 1974 Jan-4

Description:
Official First Day of Issue


Many Happy Returns of the Day
Title:
Many Happy Returns of the Day
Divided Back PM 1993

Description:
Interesting card cancelled on the Back in 1910, and then again on the Front in 1993



"My Mother" by James McNeil Whistler 1834-1903
Title:
"My Mother" by James McNeil Whistler 1834-1903
Real Photo PM 1954


New York - Nieuw Amsterdam 1656
Title:
New York - Nieuw Amsterdam 1656
New York New York (NY), Real Photo PM 1953 Nov-20

Description:
From Documentary History of the State of New York.



Nieuw Amsterdam from the Seaside, 1656 - New York 300th Anniversary
Title:
Nieuw Amsterdam from the Seaside, 1656 - New York 300th Anniversary
Real Photo PM 1953 Nov-20


NieuwAmsterdam in 1656
Title:
NieuwAmsterdam in 1656
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo PM 1953 Nov-20



Nurse
Title:
Nurse
Real Photo PM 1952 Nov-21

Description:
Join! Picture of a Red Cross nurse.


Queen Victoria of Great Britain
Title:
Queen Victoria of Great Britain
Real Photo PM 1953

Description:
1837-1901 First Day Cancellation



Walrus (Odobenus rosmarus)
Title:
Walrus (Odobenus rosmarus)
Real Photo PM 1954 Apr-1


Woman at Spinning Wheel
Title:
Woman at Spinning Wheel
Real Photo PM 1953 Nov-2



Harvesting Time
Title:
Harvesting Time
Linen PM 1954 May-31


Map of Oklahoma
Title:
Map of Oklahoma
Linen PM 1957 Jun-14



Statue of Liberty
Title:
Statue of Liberty
New York New York (NY), Linen PM 1958


THE COVERED WAGON PRAIRIE SCHOONER OF THE WEST
Title:
THE COVERED WAGON PRAIRIE SCHOONER OF THE WEST
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1954 Jun-1

Description:
It was about the middle of the eighteenth century, when the colonial west, namely the Pennsylvania Dutch, produced the Conestoqa wagon with its sturdily built running gear and canvas-covered, boat-like body. It was the descendant of the marvelous wagon, the Prairie Schooner which made possible a hundred years ago, the conquest of the American Far West. This particular covered wagon can be seen on highway U.S. 66 after leaving Tijeras Canyon and entering city of Albuquerque from the east.



Saguaro Cactus Flowers
Title:
Saguaro Cactus Flowers
Chrome PM 1962 Feb-14


First Day Cover: Washington's Birthplace
Title:
First Day Cover: Washington's Birthplace
unused



Hot Air Balloon Capitol of the World
Title:
Hot Air Balloon Capitol of the World
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome PM 1983 Mar-13


175th Anniversary U.S. Coast Guard
Title:
175th Anniversary U.S. Coast Guard
Newburyport Massachusetts (MA), Chrome

Description:
First Day of Issue



Canada 4c Marco Polo's Sheep, William V. Kelley Hall
Title:
Canada 4c Marco Polo's Sheep, William V. Kelley Hall
Chrome PM Apr-1

Description:
In the Chicago Natural History Museum, formerly Field Museum of Natural History - "Ovis poli", named for the Venetian traveler who first reported it, is the finest of all wild sheep. It inhabits the high Pamir ranges of south central Asia; beyond the main Himalayas - a region very difficult to access.


Noah Webster Home
Title:
Noah Webster Home
West Hartford Connecticut (CT), Linen PM 1958 Oct-16



John F. Kennedy
Title:
John F. Kennedy
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), Chrome unused

Description:
John F. Kennedy...The 35th President of the United States, The Congress and The Senate who sit in session in this, the United States Capitol Building, represent the Executive and the Legislative branches of our Government. H. S. Crocker Co., Inc.


United Nations Geneva First Day of Issue April 10, 1969
Title:
United Nations Geneva First Day of Issue April 10, 1969
Chrome unused



United Nations New York First Day of Issue July 18, 1952
Title:
United Nations New York First Day of Issue July 18, 1952
Chrome unused


Whistler's "Portrait of the Artist's Mother" First-Day Cover
Title:
Whistler's "Portrait of the Artist's Mother" First-Day Cover
Divided Back

Description:
In memory and in honor of the mothers of America.



Whistler's Portrait of the Artist's Mother - First Day Cover - Mothers
Title:
Whistler's Portrait of the Artist's Mother - First Day Cover - Mothers
Divided Back


The Dawn of Liberty
Title:
The Dawn of Liberty
Lexington Massachusetts (MA), Chrome PM 1975 Apr-19

Description:
A mural by Henry Sandham, 1886. It depicts the confrontation between the Minutemen and the British troops on Lexington Common, April 19, 1775. Owner by the Lexington Historical Society, the painting hangs in Cory Memorial Hall in Lexington, Massachusetts.



Walter R. Brookins - Boston Philatelic Scociety 1963
Title:
Walter R. Brookins - Boston Philatelic Scociety 1963
Chrome PM 1963 Jul-12


100th Anniversary US Postal Card
Title:
100th Anniversary US Postal Card
Chrome PM 1973 Sep-14



10cent International Postal Card
Title:
10cent International Postal Card
Chrome PM 1971 Jun-10

Description:
Authentic First Day of Issue United States Postal Rate Increase 1971


Abraham Lincoln 4c Postage FDC
Title:
Abraham Lincoln 4c Postage FDC
Chrome PM 1962 Nov-19



International Rate 1967
Title:
International Rate 1967
Chrome PM 1967


Rate Increase 1971
Title:
Rate Increase 1971
Chrome PM 1971 May-29



Samuel Adams
Title:
Samuel Adams
Chrome PM 1973 Dec-16

Description:
Colonial Patriot and Firebrand of the American Revolution Signer of the Declaration of Independence Leader of the Boston Tea Party


Settling of Oklahoma FDC
Title:
Settling of Oklahoma FDC
Chrome PM 1989 Apr-22

Description:
Centennial 1889-1989.



Visit the USA 1967
Title:
Visit the USA 1967
Chrome PM 1967 Sep-8


World Vacationland 1963
Title:
World Vacationland 1963
Chrome PM 1963 Aug-30



Princeton University Pennant and Cannon
Title:
Princeton University Pennant and Cannon
Divided Back PM 1977 Jan-3

Description:
The history of Princeton's cannons. Left at Princeton, NJ by the English Army after the Revolutionary War. During the war with Great Britain in 1812, the largest cannon was taken to New Brunswick, NJ, as protection from the expected attack of the British Squadron. The cannon was brought back to Princeton July 3rd, 1836. It was later placed upon the campus, where it now peacefully reposes, serving as a target for the clay pipes of the graduating class when they have finished their last smoke together at the close of the Cannon Exercises which are held each year around the cannon.


Shenandoah Motel
Title:
Shenandoah Motel
Front Royal Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1959 Dec-27

Description:
34 attractive well furnished units. Tiles shower baths, airfoam mattresses, heat & radios.



Johnny Appleseed
Title:
Johnny Appleseed
Chrome unused

Description:
John Hancock Mutual Life Ins. Co. John Chapman, better known as Johnny Appleseed was born in Leominster, Massachusetts on September 26, 1774. He was an astute and practical nurseryman who set out orchards, and sold or gave trees to pioneers. After braving nearly fifty wilderness winters at the time of his death in 1845, he had planted the seeds of love as an intinerant preacher, and apple trees that have blossomed forth into more than a century of Springs over 100,000 square miles of the Midwest and thus the whole nation. It is most fitting that his Country commemorate this folklore stamp here at his birthplace. September 24, 1966 Dexter Press, Inc.


Mount Rushmore
Title:
Mount Rushmore
Keystone South Dakota (SD), Chrome



Tomb of the Unknowns and Temple Facade - Arlington National Cemetary
Title:
Tomb of the Unknowns and Temple Facade - Arlington National Cemetary
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Commander's Message - First Day of Issue March 15, 1969, Washington, D.C.


United Nations Flag
Title:
United Nations Flag
Chrome PM 1959 May-18



175th Anniversary of the United States Customs Service
Title:
175th Anniversary of the United States Customs Service
Chrome PM 1964

Description:
First Day of Issue February 22, 1964, Washington, D,C.


Internationale Luposta, Berlin 1971
Title:
Internationale Luposta, Berlin 1971
Chrome PM 1971

Description:
June 10-13. United States Postal Service. First Day of Issue June 10, 1971, New York, NY



Mr. Grahame-White, Starting a Flight - Boston Philatelic Society 1891-1963
Title:
Mr. Grahame-White, Starting a Flight - Boston Philatelic Society 1891-1963
Chrome PM 1963 Jul-12

Description:
Card showns Claude Graham White who won $22,100 of the $37,100 awards offered at the Harvard-Boston Aviation Meet at Squantom, Mass. September 3-13, 1910. First Day of Issue, July 12, 1963, Boston, MA.


Silver Anniversary of the Women Marines
Title:
Silver Anniversary of the Women Marines
Chrome PM 1968

Description:
Silver Anniversary of the Women Marines, 1943 - 1968.



U.S. Coast Guard - 175th Anniversary
Title:
U.S. Coast Guard - 175th Anniversary
Chrome PM 1965


United States Customs Service - 175th Anniversary
Title:
United States Customs Service - 175th Anniversary
Chrome PM 1964



Visit USA Postal Card 13c
Title:
Visit USA Postal Card 13c
Chrome PM 1967


Weather Services 1870-1970
Title:
Weather Services 1870-1970
Chrome PM 1970



Weather Services 1870-1970
Title:
Weather Services 1870-1970
Chrome PM 1970


World Jamboree - Idaho - Boy Scouts 1967
Title:
World Jamboree - Idaho - Boy Scouts 1967
Chrome PM 1967



Inauguration Day - James Earl Carter
Title:
Inauguration Day - James Earl Carter
Jumbo/Large Format unused


Wheatland - Home of President James Buchanan
Title:
Wheatland - Home of President James Buchanan
Lancaster Pennsylvania (PA), Linen



Clay County Fair, World's Greatest
Title:
Clay County Fair, World's Greatest
Spencer Iowa (IA), First Day Cover PM 1982 Sep-16

Description:
Honoring the Floriculture Department Eight big days and eight big nights


Tourism Year of the Americas '72 Domestic Surface Mail, First Day of Issue
Title:
Tourism Year of the Americas '72 Domestic Surface Mail, First Day of Issue
Continental Chrome PM 1972 Jun-29

Description:
Monterey Redwoods Gloucester USA Constellation



Tourism Year of the Americas '72, Domestic and International Air Mail, First Day of Issue
Title:
Tourism Year of the Americas '72, Domestic and International Air Mail, First Day of Issue
Continental Chrome PM 1972 Jun-29

Description:
New York Hawaii Alaska San Francisco


Tourism Year of the Americas '72, Domestic and International Air Mail, First Day of Issue
Title:
Tourism Year of the Americas '72, Domestic and International Air Mail, First Day of Issue
Continental Chrome PM 1972 Jun-29

Description:
Mt. Vernon Washington, D.C. Lincoln Liberty Bell



Tourism Year of the Americas '72
Title:
Tourism Year of the Americas '72
Continental Chrome PM 1972 Jun-29


Tourism Year of the Americas '72, Domestic Surface Mail, First Day of Issue
Title:
Tourism Year of the Americas '72, Domestic Surface Mail, First Day of Issue
Continental Chrome PM 1972 Jun-29

Description:
Rodeo Mississippi Riverboat Grand Canyon Monument Valley



700th Anniversary, Dante
Title:
700th Anniversary, Dante
PM 1965 Jul-17


Herbert Hoover Stamp
Title:
Herbert Hoover Stamp
PM 1965 Aug-10



International Cooperation Year 1965, First Day of Issue
Title:
International Cooperation Year 1965, First Day of Issue
PM 1965 Jun-26


Marquette 6 Cent Stamp, First Day of Issue
Title:
Marquette 6 Cent Stamp, First Day of Issue
PM 1968 Sep-20



Bay View Rolling Mills
Title:
Bay View Rolling Mills
Milwaukee Wisconsin (WI), Divided Back PM 1961 Sep-04


Metropolitan Opera House
Title:
Metropolitan Opera House
New York New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1956 Dec-10



The Statue of Liberty
Title:
The Statue of Liberty
New York New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1959 Nov-20

Description:
Statue of Liberty o Bedloe Island in New York Bay, 1 1/4 miles from the Battery, a collosal figure of liberty enlightening the world. It lights the harbor with an electric torch held 306 feet above the water, the highest beacon in the world. Was presented to America by the French nation. Pedestal rests on the largest concrete monolith ever made, 91 ft. square at bottom, tapering to 67 ft., 65 ft. high


The Death of General Warren at the Battle of Bunker's Hill
Title:
The Death of General Warren at the Battle of Bunker's Hill
Chrome unused

Description:
John Trumbull, 1756-1843 The Death of General Warren at the Battle of Bunker's Hill Oil on canvas, 1786 Yale University Art Gallery



The New St. Lawrence Seaway
Title:
The New St. Lawrence Seaway
New York (NY), Chrome PM 1959 Jun-26


Lincoln by Gutzon Borglum Done in Marble in 1906 and now in the Rotunda of the Capitol
Title:
Lincoln by Gutzon Borglum Done in Marble in 1906 and now in the Rotunda of the Capitol
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), Chrome PM 1959 May-30



Adler Planetarium and Astronomical Museum, South Park Commissioners
Title:
Adler Planetarium and Astronomical Museum, South Park Commissioners
Chicago Illinois (IL), Chrome PM 1933 Jul-14

Description:
Distant view from across the lagoon. The general proportions of the building designed by the architect Ernest A. Grunsfeld, Jr. are well shown


United Nations Building
Title:
United Nations Building
New York New York (NY), Chrome PM 1956 Oct-24



Mount Vernon, Former home and Burial Place of George Washington in Virginia
Title:
Mount Vernon, Former home and Burial Place of George Washington in Virginia
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1960 Jan-20


View of Town and Mountains
Title:
View of Town and Mountains
Juneau Alaska (AK), Chrome PM 1959 Jan-03



Memorial Amphitheater at Arlington National Cemetery
Title:
Memorial Amphitheater at Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1960 Aug-12

Description:
US 7c Airmail stamp


Surfing at Waikiki
Title:
Surfing at Waikiki
Waikiki Hawaii (HI), Chrome PM 1960 Jul-04

Description:
Waikiki Beach is famous for this exhilarating sport. For there, a convenient reef, a third of a mile from shore, creates long rollers ideal for this speedy ride over the waves



Jefferson Memorial
Title:
Jefferson Memorial
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), Chrome PM 1961 Oct-04

Description:
FDC is Frederic Remington, Artist of the West


New York City Skyline with United Nations Building
Title:
New York City Skyline with United Nations Building
New York New York (NY), Chrome PM 1961 Apr-26



Geide's Inn
Title:
Geide's Inn
Centerport New York (NY), Chrome PM 1966 Apr-09

Description:
Route 25A, Centerport, Long Island, N.Y. Picturesque Garden Spot of the North Shore. Food of Distinction in an Atmosphere of Refinement. Cocktail Lounge - Excellent Liquors. Dancing Saturday Nights. Reservations Taken for All Special Functions. Telephone: ANdrew 1-1281


Stone Bridge Over Bull Run
Title:
Stone Bridge Over Bull Run
Manassas National Battlefield Park Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1966 Oct-21

Description:
Great River Road 5c Stamp



Monticello
Title:
Monticello
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1960 May-18

Description:
The home of Thomas Jefferson


View of Dam
Title:
View of Dam
Chrome PM 1960 Apr-18

Description:
FDC of Water Conservation - 4c



Deepwater Harbor
Title:
Deepwater Harbor
Long Island New York (NY), Chrome PM 1964 Dec-02

Description:
Northport This picturesque sheltered deepwater harbor is a favorite rendezvous for local and visiting mariners, who enjoy this safe anchorage and the charm of this beautiful North Whore village. This is a view of the harbor as seen from the public park. "Come to Northport for a real vacation"


Northport, Long Island, N.Y
Title:
Northport, Long Island, N.Y
Northport New York (NY), Chrome PM 1964 Oct-26

Description:
This picturesque sheltered deepwater harbor is a popular rendezvous for local and visiting mariners, who enjoy this safe anchorage and the charm of this beautiful North Shore village. Come to Northport for a read vacation



The Hermitage
Title:
The Hermitage
Nashville Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1962 Apr-07


Boats at Port Jefferson
Title:
Boats at Port Jefferson
Long Island New York (NY), Chrome PM 1965 May-13

Description:
Milt Price This sheltered deepwater harbor is a popular rendezvous for local and visiting mariners, who love the charm of this beautiful North Shore village. This view shows a section of the Brookhaven Town Marina, as seen from the Port Jefferson Yacht Club



Badlands National Monument
Title:
Badlands National Monument
Badlands National Park South Dakota (SD), Chrome PM 1964 Oct-15

Description:
First named by aboriginal Indians, the Badlands were once the floor of a great sale sea, and later the home of strange animals such as the giant tit-anothere and the saber-toothed tiger. Nowhere on earth is so much of prehistoric life exposed to the eye


Horace Greeley Monument - City Hall Park
Title:
Horace Greeley Monument - City Hall Park
New York New York (NY), Chrome PM 1961 Feb-03



Kansas Statehood - 1861-1961 4c Stamp
Title:
Kansas Statehood - 1861-1961 4c Stamp
Chrome PM 1961 May-10

Description:
View of wheat fields being harvested


View of Old Plantation Building
Title:
View of Old Plantation Building
Louisiana (LA), Chrome PM 1962 Apr-30

Description:
FDC of 4c stamp - Louisiana



Okefenokee Swamp Park - Aquatic Bird Life
Title:
Okefenokee Swamp Park - Aquatic Bird Life
Waycross Georgia (GA), Chrome PM 1960 Nov-05


City Hall and County Building
Title:
City Hall and County Building
Chicago Illinois (IL), Chrome PM 1954 Aug-26

Description:
Occupies a square block, bounded by Clark, Washington, LaSalle and Randolph Streets. It contains all the offices of the city and county officials



Carson's Corner
Title:
Carson's Corner
Chicago Illinois (IL), Chrome PM 1954 Aug-26

Description:
This is the busiest corner in the world. The corner of State & Madison, Chicago. The home of Carson Pirie Scott & Co. - a great and beloved department store, almost 100 years young and still growing! `


Port Jefferson, Long Island, N.Y
Title:
Port Jefferson, Long Island, N.Y
Port Jefferson New York (NY), Chrome PM 1965 Nov-19

Description:
A view of the harbor and a section of the Brookhaven Town Marina. A popular rendezvous for visiting and local mariners, who love the deepwater harbor and the charm of this lovely North Shore village. Come to Port Jefferson for a Real Vacation



Louisiana Home
Title:
Louisiana Home
Louisiana (LA), Chrome PM 1962 Apr-30


View of Homes and Farmland
Title:
View of Homes and Farmland
Chrome PM 1959 Aug-26



View of New York City Skyline with United Nations at Night
Title:
View of New York City Skyline with United Nations at Night
Chrome PM 1956 Oct-24


Burrwood, Cold Springs Harbor
Title:
Burrwood, Cold Springs Harbor
Cold Springs New York (NY), Chrome PM 1960 Aug-29

Description:
One comes suddenly upon the beautiful Conover rose gardens, by flagged and winding paths in Burrwood. Here, aging blind and deaf-blind men and women can spend endless summer afternoons, warmed by a sun that draws delicate fragrances from the richly-hued blossoms. Purchased at a low cost by The Industrial Home for the Blind, Burrwood is also an excellent spot for convalescing and vacationing blind. It is being supported by friends of the blind



Crater Lake National Park
Title:
Crater Lake National Park
Chrome PM 1953 Sep-29


Hawkins-Mount House
Title:
Hawkins-Mount House
Stony Brook New York (NY), Chrome PM 1961

Description:
Home of the famous genre painter, William Sidney Mount. Built in early 18th century as post office, store, and ordinary by Mount's Hawkins grandfather



Polar Ice Cap
Title:
Polar Ice Cap
Chrome PM 1958 Nov-1

Description:
Los Angeles - Frankfurt Polar Service: F.A.M. 27


State Capital in Santa Fe
Title:
State Capital in Santa Fe
Santa Fe New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1960 Jun-17

Description:
Distinctive new building was completed in 1953. With Palace of Governors, below, state has nation's newest and oldest capitols



Bunker Hill Monument
Title:
Bunker Hill Monument
Boston Massachusetts (MA), Chrome PM 1959 Jun-17


Fur Traders Descending the Missouri
Title:
Fur Traders Descending the Missouri
Chrome PM 1990 May-4

Description:
George Caleb Bingham, 1845 Metropolitan Museum of Art



Fur Traders Descending the Missouri
Title:
Fur Traders Descending the Missouri
Chrome PM 1990 May-4


Fur Traders Descending The Missouri by George Caleb Bingham, 1845
Title:
Fur Traders Descending The Missouri by George Caleb Bingham, 1845
Chrome PM 1990 May-4

Description:
Metropolitan Museum of Art



Air Mail Postage Stamp - First Day of Issue - January 10, 1949
Title:
Air Mail Postage Stamp - First Day of Issue - January 10, 1949
Chrome unused


First Day of Issue, America's Hospitals, 1971
Title:
First Day of Issue, America's Hospitals, 1971
Chrome PM 1971 Sep-16



The Boating Party by Mary Cassatt
Title:
The Boating Party by Mary Cassatt
Chrome PM 1966 Nov-17


300th anniversary of landing in Delaware
Title:
300th anniversary of landing in Delaware
Continental Chrome PM 1986 Jan-23

Description:
The 1938 US postage stamp commemorating the 300th anniversary of the landing of the first Swedish and Finnish settlers in America in what is now Delaware was based on a painting by Stanley M. Arthurs, which now hangs at the University of Delaware



Mounted Drummer
Title:
Mounted Drummer
Continental Chrome PM 1977 Jul-4

Description:
To benefit UNICEF


Stamp Collecting
Title:
Stamp Collecting
Continental Chrome PM 1986 Jan-23

Description:
The Post Office Department's Philatelic Truck, carrying a complete Collection of US stamps for youngsters to view, toured the country from 1939 to 1941 to stimulate interest in stamp collecting. President Franklin D. Roosevelt sent along a message to "The Junior Philatelists of the United States," which said: "I commend stamp collecting to you because I started a collection when I was about ten years old and have kept it up ever since. In addition to the fun of it, it has kept up my interest in history and geography, past and present. I really believe that collecting stamps makes one a better citizen



Stamp Collection
Title:
Stamp Collection
Continental Chrome PM 1986 Jan-23

Description:
Members of the American Philatelic Association (now the American Philatelic Society) are shown at their annual convention in 1898. The Association was founded in 1886, the same year in which the first stamps were acquired for the National Postage Stamp Collection, now a part of the Smithsonian Institution


The Cornell Farm
Title:
The Cornell Farm
Continental Chrome PM 1977 Jul-4

Description:
No. 1936; Edward Hicks, 1780-1849; The Cornell Farm, (1848); canvas; .933 x 1.244 cm (36 3/4 x 49 in.); gift of Edgar William and Bernice Chrysler Garbisch. National Gallery of Art, Washington



Wild Bill Hickok
Title:
Wild Bill Hickok
Chrome PM 1994 Oct-18

Description:
James Butler Hickok, 1837-1876. Scout for Custer, stage driver, trick rider, gunslinger, lawman. Killed while playing poker, holding aces and eights, now known as the "dead man's hand."


Bill Tilghman
Title:
Bill Tilghman
Chrome PM 1994 Oct-18

Description:
William Matthew Tilghman, 1854-1924. Frontiersman, scout, buffalo hunter and one of the best old-time Western lawmen. Brought many an outlaw to justice. Became an Oklahoma state senator



John Fremont
Title:
John Fremont
Chrome PM 1994 Oct-18

Description:
John Charles Fremont. 1813-1890. Explorer (known as "The Pathfinder"), general, governor, senator, and anti-slave presidential candidate. Explored and mapped the Oregon Trail


Kit Carson
Title:
Kit Carson
Chrome PM 1994 Oct-18

Description:
Christopher Carson, 1809-1868. Frontiersman, trapper, hunter, soldier, guide to Fremont, Indian agent, brevetted brigadier-general. He had close contact with Native Americans in many states and territories



Wyatt Earp
Title:
Wyatt Earp
Chrome PM 1994 Oct-18

Description:
Wyatt Berry Stapp Earp; 1848-1929. Lawman in Wichita, Dodge City & Tombstone. Gunfight at the OK Corral. Rode stagecoach shotgun for Wells, Fargo; owned interests in saloons and gambling halls


Buffalo Bill
Title:
Buffalo Bill
Chrome PM 1994 Oct-18

Description:
William Frederick Cody; 1846-1917. Frontier scout, express rider, buffalo hunter, army guide, Indian fighter, flamboyant Wild West showman, and hero of Ned Buntline dime novels



Jim Bridger
Title:
Jim Bridger
Chrome PM 1994 Oct-18

Description:
1804-1881. Hunter, trapper, scout, fur trader, mountain man, teller of tall tales. Earliest visitor to the Great Salt Lake. Built Fort Bridger on the Oregon Trail


Jim Beckwourth
Title:
Jim Beckwourth
Chrome PM 1994 Oct-18

Description:
James Pierson Beckwourth. 1798-1866. Black pioneer mountain man, fur trader and scout. Lived as a war leader with the Crow. Early explorer of Beckwourth Pass in the Sierra Nevada mountains



Overland Mail
Title:
Overland Mail
Chrome PM 1994 Oct-18

Description:
Many adventurous tales of the old West sprang from the delivery of mail by stagecoach and Pony Express, which advertised for young orphans willing to brave the untamed countryside


Bill Pickett
Title:
Bill Pickett
Chrome PM 1994 Oct-18

Description:
Willie M. Pickett; 1870-1932. Fearless black cowboy, rodeo showman and rancher, said to have invented bulldogging. Both Will Rogers and Tom Mix served as his assistants



Annie Oakley
Title:
Annie Oakley
Chrome PM 1994 Oct-18

Description:
Phoebe Anne Oakley Mozee; 1860-1926. "Little Sure Shot," she was a major star of Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West Show for 17 years. Sharpshooter and entertainer. Source for Annie Get Your Gun


Bat Masterson - William Barclay Masterson 1853-1921
Title:
Bat Masterson - William Barclay Masterson 1853-1921
Chrome PM 1994 Oct-18

Description:
Lawman, buffalo hunter, scout, gambler, editor. Died at his typewriter, a New York sportswriter. "Sky Masterson" in Guys & Dolls is based on his character



Charles Goodnight
Title:
Charles Goodnight
Chrome PM 1994 Oct-18

Description:
Charles Goodnight, 1836-1929. Texas Ranger, Indian fighter and pioneer cattle rancher. Both the Goodnight Trail and the Goodnight-Loving Trail are named for him. First bred the "cattalo"


Chief Joseph, Hin-Mah-Too-Yah-OLat-Kekhi
Title:
Chief Joseph, Hin-Mah-Too-Yah-OLat-Kekhi
Chrome PM 1994 Oct-18

Description:
c. 1840-1904. Eloquent, noble Nez Perce chief whose brilliant tactics allowed his people to fight off the US Army across several states



Geronimo
Title:
Geronimo
Chrome PM 1994 Oct-18


Home on the Range
Title:
Home on the Range
Chrome PM 1994 Oct-18

Description:
The cowboy is an enduring figure in American folk history. The tall tales of self-reliant trailheads told 'round the chuck wagon and campfire breathed life into the popular legend of the rugged individual



Nellie Cashman - c. 1849-1935 - "The Angel of Tombstone"
Title:
Nellie Cashman - c. 1849-1935 - "The Angel of Tombstone"
Chrome PM 1994 Oct-18

Description:
"The Angel of Tombstone" anti-violence peacemaker who ran a boarding house, raised orphans, campaigned against public hangings, and once saved a man from an angry mob


Western Wildlife
Title:
Western Wildlife
Chrome PM 1994 Oct-18

Description:
As Easterners moved West, pioneers found animals as exotic as the landscape...buffalo, prairie dogs, bears, beavers, bighorn sheep, cougars, wolves, and rattlesnakes. The eagle became a national symbol



First Day of Issue Al Boerger 181st Anniversary for Old Glory
Title:
First Day of Issue Al Boerger 181st Anniversary for Old Glory
Chrome

Description:
Early Bird Claude W. Pound 1st Flight - September 1911 William (Bill) W. Pound Machine & Tool Co.


Building (Carnegie?)
Title:
Building (Carnegie?)
Linen PM 1960 Nov-25



Chesapeake and Ohio Terminal
Title:
Chesapeake and Ohio Terminal
Newport News Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1963 Jun-17


Chicago Public Library, Down-town
Title:
Chicago Public Library, Down-town
Chicago Illinois (IL), Linen PM 1959 Aug-27

Description:
The Public Library, located on Michigan Boulevard between Washington and Randolph Streets contains over 1,993,604 volumes of books of every description. Having an annual circulation of 12,000,000 proving the people of Chicago are well-read



City Hall
Title:
City Hall
Norfolk Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1951 May-30


Edgewater Beach Hotel and Recreation Grounds
Title:
Edgewater Beach Hotel and Recreation Grounds
Chicago Illinois (IL), Linen PM 1952 Sep-6

Description:
On Chicago's north shore, Edgewater Beach, one of many on the lake front, popular with many Texans. In the foreground you can look south towards the loop



Fort Moultrie and Grave of Osceola, The Indian Chief
Title:
Fort Moultrie and Grave of Osceola, The Indian Chief
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen PM 1961 Apr-12

Description:
Fort Moultrie successfully defended the harbor against the British fleet under Sir Peter Parker. It is now a modern Coast Artillery Defense and Army Post


George Washington Bridge
Title:
George Washington Bridge
New York New York (NY), Linen PM 1952 Sep-6

Description:
George Washington Bridge, Fort Tryon Park, Riverside Drive Hudson River and Jersey Palisades, New York City



High School Building
Title:
High School Building
Ponce Puerto Rico (PR), Linen PM 1949 Apr-27


Jacob Leisler Monument, Gov. New York 1689-1691
Title:
Jacob Leisler Monument, Gov. New York 1689-1691
New Rochelle New York (NY), Linen PM 1961 Dec-4



North End Bridge, over Connecticut River, Springfield, Mass
Title:
North End Bridge, over Connecticut River, Springfield, Mass
Springfield Massachusetts (MA), Linen PM 1961 Nov-6


Pikes Peak from Mesa
Title:
Pikes Peak from Mesa
Colorado Springs Colorado (CO), Linen PM 1958 Jul-31



Roof View from Empire State Building, New York City
Title:
Roof View from Empire State Building, New York City
New York New York (NY), Linen PM 1956 Dec-10


St. Michael's Cathedra, State Street
Title:
St. Michael's Cathedra, State Street
Springfield Massachusetts (MA), Linen PM 1961 Nov-6



St. Patrick's Cathedral
Title:
St. Patrick's Cathedral
New York City New York (NY), Linen PM 1960 Feb-29

Description:
Fifth Avenue and Fiftieth Street was dedicated May 25, 1879, by Archbishop Hughes after having been under construction for a period of 26 years on a plot owned by the Catholic Church since 1810. It cost $850,000.00, without furnishings or altars. It covers an entire block and its topmost spires rise 398 feet above the street level


St. Paul's Chapel
Title:
St. Paul's Chapel
New York City New York (NY), Linen PM 1958 Oct-24

Description:
St. Paul's Chapel, Trinity Parish, occupies one of the most valuable blocks on Broadway. It was erected in 1766 being the oldest church building in New York City. George Washington at one time worshipped in this church



Sunny Side - Home of Washington Irving
Title:
Sunny Side - Home of Washington Irving
Tarrytown New York (NY), Linen PM 1940 Jan-29


The Bronco Buster, Civic Center, State Capitol in Background
Title:
The Bronco Buster, Civic Center, State Capitol in Background
Denver Colorado (CO), Linen PM 1951 Aug-1

Description:
The Bucking Broncho statue is of bronze slightly larger than life size. It stands near the Greek Theatre in the Civic Center typifying the colorful days of the West still foremost in the public imagination, while in the background the stately architecture of the Capitol exemplifies the substantial achievements of the new West



The Library of Congress
Title:
The Library of Congress
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), Linen PM 1950 Aug-2

Description:
Justly celebrated as the culmination of architectural achievement of the day, was completed in 1897 at a cost of $6,000,000. The Library is here seen from the Capitol. The dome and lantern are finished in black copper, with panels guilded with a thick coating of gold leaf and the creating of the dome terminates in a gilded finial representing the torch of Science ever burning


The Metropolitan Life Insurance Building
Title:
The Metropolitan Life Insurance Building
New York New York (NY), Linen PM 1958 Jun-2



The Municipal Building
Title:
The Municipal Building
New York City New York (NY), Linen PM 1951 Dec-14


The Waldorf-Astoria, the "Unofficial Palace of New York"
Title:
The Waldorf-Astoria, the "Unofficial Palace of New York"
New York City New York (NY), Linen PM 1960 Aug-28

Description:
The Waldorf-Astoria -- This magnificent hotel is world famous. It occupies an entire square block between 49th to 50th Streets and between Park Avenue and Lexington. Rising to a height of 625 ft. it contains 47 stories and cost nearly $40,000,000. This Hotel replaces the historical "Home of the Rich" on 34th Street and 5th Avenue, the old Waldorf-Astoria, razed in 1929



U.S. Capitol at Blossom Time
Title:
U.S. Capitol at Blossom Time
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), Linen PM 1962 Sep-16


United Nations First Day of Issue
Title:
United Nations First Day of Issue
Chrome unused



National Gallery of Art
Title:
National Gallery of Art
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), Chrome unused

Description:
Madonna and Child with Angels By Memling (c. 1430/1435-1494) Andrew Mellon Collection


Alma Mater, Columbia University
Title:
Alma Mater, Columbia University
New York New York (NY), White Border PM 1954 Jan-4

Description:
In the center of the steps leading to Columbia University Library is the statue of Alma Mater, in gilt bronze, executed by Daniel C. French, and the gift of the widow of the late Robert Goelet. The University is symbolized allegorically as a matronly figure in academic robes seated on a throne holding a scepter in her right hand, and with an open book in her lap. At the right is St. Paul's Chapel, East Hall, and Philosophy Hall



Aquarium and Battery Park
Title:
Aquarium and Battery Park
New York New York (NY), White Border PM 1961 Sep-18


Municipal Building
Title:
Municipal Building
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), White Border PM 1950 Jan-27

Description:
This magnificent structure, erected at a cost of $2,000,000, houses all of the departments of the municipal government, except the courts. It is of Vermont white marble



New Agricultural Building
Title:
New Agricultural Building
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), White Border PM 1953 Feb-23

Description:
A view is here shown of the west wing of the new Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. The activities of this department cost the government about $16,000,000 annually and 17,000,000 copies of 1,200 different pubications are issued by it during a year. Its bureaus of chemistry, weather, animal industry, plant industry, soils, statistics, entomology, biological survey, and forest service are of inestimable value to the nation, as evidenced by the fact the Bureau of Animal Industry alone inspects seven billion pounds of meat in a year. It is located in the Mall, west of the Smithsonian Institute


New General Post Office
Title:
New General Post Office
New York New York (NY), White Border PM 1951 Sep-4

Description:
General Post Office at 8th Ave., between 31st and 32nd Sts. Completed in 1913. Built over the track and depot yards of the Pennsylvania Station at a cost of $6,200,000. Mail is conveyed direct from the assorting rooms on the first floor through chutes into the railroad cars on track in the basement



New National Museum
Title:
New National Museum
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), White Border PM 1951 Nov-30

Description:
The New National Museum in the Mall is a massive and dignified structure of granite, 561x365 feet in area, being greater than any other government building except the Capitol


Old Captain Tappan House, Now Owned by Daughters of American Revolution
Title:
Old Captain Tappan House, Now Owned by Daughters of American Revolution
Kingston New York (NY), White Border PM 1965 Aug-22



Penn R. R. Concourse
Title:
Penn R. R. Concourse
New York New York (NY), White Border PM 1965 Aug-28


Riverside Drive and Hudson River
Title:
Riverside Drive and Hudson River
New York New York (NY), White Border PM 1952 Nov-21

Description:
Riverside Drive, south of 155th Street, N.Y. This drive begins at 72nd Street and extends along the slopes and bluffs of the Hudson River for over three miles to 160th Street. It is the home of the upper 400 and shows the finest mansions in the city



Statue of Liberty
Title:
Statue of Liberty
New York New York (NY), White Border PM 1954 Apr-9

Description:
Statue of Liberty on Bedloe's Island in New York Bay 1 1/4 miles from the Battery, a colossal figure of Liberty enlightening the world. It lights the harbor with an electric torch held 306 feet above the water; the highest beacon in the world. Was presented to America by the French nation


The Corcoran Gallery of Art
Title:
The Corcoran Gallery of Art
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), White Border PM 1952 Sep-30



The Smithsonian Institute
Title:
The Smithsonian Institute
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), White Border PM 1952 Sep-11

Description:
The Smithsonian Institution with its towers and pinnacles seen amid the green foliage of the Mall, makes an attractive picture. Founded in 1846 by James Smithson, the Institution has long held distinguished place among the scientific establishments of the world


Lyndon Baines Johnson
Title:
Lyndon Baines Johnson
Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
36th President of the United States; 1908-1973



Lyndon B. Johnson
Title:
Lyndon B. Johnson
Jumbo/Large Format unused


St, Francis Venerating The Crucifix by El Greco
Title:
St, Francis Venerating The Crucifix by El Greco
Continental Chrome PM 1982 Oct-07

Description:
Spanisn Painter 1541-1614. M. H. de Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco CA



Staatsbesuch Konigin Elisabeth II In Der Bundesrepublic, Mai 1965
Title:
Staatsbesuch Konigin Elisabeth II In Der Bundesrepublic, Mai 1965
Continental Chrome unused


Royal Wedding
Title:
Royal Wedding
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Guernsey Post Office Stamp-Card



Tucopex I, April 1979
Title:
Tucopex I, April 1979
Continental Chrome unused


Charles Augustus Lindbergh
Title:
Charles Augustus Lindbergh
Chrome PM 1977 May-20

Description:
50th Anniversary First Trans-Atlantic Solo Flight. New York to Paris. May 20/21, 1927



Arkansas
Title:
Arkansas
Chrome

Description:
Left top: Remmel Hydro-Electric Station and Park of Lake Catherine Left center: Cedar Falls on Cedar Creek, Petit Jean State Park Left bottom: A typical Arkansas oil field Right top: Steel observation tower on Hot Springs Mountain Right center: Federal Building, Texarkana Right bottom: State Capital, Little Rock Arkansas, with an area of 53,045 square miles supplies almost all the bauxite ore used in making aluminum


Greetings from International Airport
Title:
Greetings from International Airport
Philadelphia Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1958 Jul-31

Description:
Completed in 1954, at a cost of over $15,000,000. The air terminal building is one of the largest and most modern in the world, with over 350,000 square feet of floor space



Herbert Hoover Presidential Library
Title:
Herbert Hoover Presidential Library
West Branch Iowa (IA), Chrome unused


National Gallery of Art
Title:
National Gallery of Art
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), Chrome PM 1966 Nov-1

Description:
Madonna and Child with Andels, by memling (c. 1430/1435-1494). Andrew Mellon Collection



Seward Park and Memorial Monument
Title:
Seward Park and Memorial Monument
Auburn New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Showing YMCA Building


United States Capitol
Title:
United States Capitol
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), Chrome PM 1966 May-21

Description:
The cornerstone was laid in 1793. Burned by the British in 1812. The House and Senate Chambers, Statuary Hall, The Rotunda and the President's Room are most interesting



United States Capitol
Title:
United States Capitol
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), Chrome PM 1966 May-21

Description:
The cornerstone was laid in 1793. Burned by the British in 1812. The House and Senate Chambers, Statuary Hall, the Rotunda and the President's Room are most interesting


1984 Olympics FDS
Title:
1984 Olympics FDS
Chrome unused



Sir Francis Drake - The Golden Hind - First Day of Issue
Title:
Sir Francis Drake - The Golden Hind - First Day of Issue
Chrome unused


American Air Mail Society Convention
Title:
American Air Mail Society Convention
Philadelphia Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1954 Sep-3

Description:
Design for 4c Air Mail Stamp submitted by Edward R. Grove--Not Used--National Philatelic Museum, September 3-5, 1954



Bunker Hill Flag
Title:
Bunker Hill Flag
Chrome PM 1968 Jul-4


First Day of Issue - 5c Air Mail 1960
Title:
First Day of Issue - 5c Air Mail 1960
Chrome PM 1960 Jul-18



Jet Air Mail - First Day of Issue
Title:
Jet Air Mail - First Day of Issue
Chrome PM 1958 Jul-31

Description:
5c Air Mail Postal Card 1958


Philadelphia Stamp Club
Title:
Philadelphia Stamp Club
Chrome PM 1956 Nov-16



Rhode Island Flag 1775
Title:
Rhode Island Flag 1775
Chrome PM 1968 Jul-4


The Death of General Warren at the Battle of Bunker's Hill
Title:
The Death of General Warren at the Battle of Bunker's Hill
Chrome PM 1968 Oct-18

Description:
John Trumbull 1756-1843. Oil on canvas, 1786. Yale University Art Gallery



U.S. Customs Anniversary
Title:
U.S. Customs Anniversary
Chrome PM 1964 Feb-22

Description:
Honoring 175th Anniversary Customs Protector of the People 1789-1964


Weather Service FDC
Title:
Weather Service FDC
Chrome PM 1970 Sep-1



Outside view of Little Chapel
Title:
Outside view of Little Chapel
Warm Springs Georgia (GA), Linen PM 1945 Aug-24

Description:
Eagle Poet Card View Co


Elvis Presley
Title:
Elvis Presley
Chrome unused

Description:
Eternal king of rock and roll, gone but not forgotten. First day of issue January 8, 1993 - Memphis, TN 38101



50th Anniversary Purchase of the Virgin Islands
Title:
50th Anniversary Purchase of the Virgin Islands
Chrome PM 1967 Mar-31


Direct Elections To The European Assembly
Title:
Direct Elections To The European Assembly
Continental Chrome PM 1979 May-09

Description:
Direct Elections to the European Assembly Reproduced from a stamp designed by stafford Cliff and issued by the Post Office on the 9 May 1979



Direct Elections To The European Assembly
Title:
Direct Elections To The European Assembly
Continental Chrome PM 1979 May-09

Description:
Direct Elections to the European Assembly Reproduced from a stamp designed by stafford Cliff and issued by the Post Office on the 9 May 1979


Direct Elections To The European Assembly
Title:
Direct Elections To The European Assembly
Continental Chrome PM 1979 May-09

Description:
Direct Elections to the European Assembly Reproduced from a stamp designed by stafford Cliff and issued by the Post Office on the 9 May 1979



Direct Elections To The European Assembly
Title:
Direct Elections To The European Assembly
Continental Chrome PM 1979 May-09

Description:
Direct Elections to the European Assembly Reproduced from a stamp designed by stafford Cliff and issued by the Post Office on the 9 May 1979


Old English Sheepdog
Title:
Old English Sheepdog
Continental Chrome PM 1979 Feb-07

Description:
British Dogs (Old English Sheepdog) Reproduced from a stamp designed by Peter Barrett and issued by the Post Office on the 7 February 1979



Abraham Lincoln
Title:
Abraham Lincoln
Chrome unused


Economic And Social Council Chamber
Title:
Economic And Social Council Chamber
Chrome PM 1958 Jun-02

Description:
A View of the Economic and Social Council Chamber in the United Nations Headquarters. The Swedish Government contributed towards the cost of decorating this Chamber and Sven Markelius, of Sweden, was the designer. maximum card



Craig Smith Adelaide
Title:
Craig Smith Adelaide
Continental Chrome


Craig Smith Adelaide 40c Stamp
Title:
Craig Smith Adelaide 40c Stamp
Continental Chrome



Craig Smith Adelaide 45c Stamp
Title:
Craig Smith Adelaide 45c Stamp
Continental Chrome


Landcare
Title:
Landcare
Continental Chrome



Landcare
Title:
Landcare
Continental Chrome


Landcare
Title:
Landcare
Continental Chrome



Landcare 45c Stamp
Title:
Landcare 45c Stamp
Continental Chrome PM 1992


Queen's Birthday 1999
Title:
Queen's Birthday 1999
Continental Chrome



Javelin Frog
Title:
Javelin Frog
Continental Chrome PM 2001 Feb-16


Von Ranke Library, Syracuse University
Title:
Von Ranke Library, Syracuse University
Syracuse New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1977 May-20



Monticello
Title:
Monticello
Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1975 Feb-10

Description:
Lodge and Entrance to Monticello. Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson, designed and built by him on the mountain top overlooking Charlottesville, Virginia, is now a patriotic shrine maintained by voluntary contributions from the patriots of America. Benjamin West First Day of Issue FDC


St. Paul And Park Row Building
Title:
St. Paul And Park Row Building
New York New York (NY), Linen PM 1975 May-27

Description:
Located on Ann Street are to be found tow of new York's most famous skyscrapers. The fork row building is 382 feet high, and the sty, Paul building is 317 feet high. DW Griffith FDC First Day of Issue



National Education Association Of The United States
Title:
National Education Association Of The United States
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), Chrome PM 1957 Jul-01

Description:
In the nation's capital will be more than building . . . More than a modern shop needed for the growing services of the association it will be a symbol of teachers' own aspirations and of the importance teachers attach to their calling First Day Cancel


Cavendish Gorge
Title:
Cavendish Gorge
Cavendish Gorge Vermont (VT), Divided Back PM 1968 Nov-04

Description:
Chief Joseph FDC First Day of Issue Cancel



United Nations - 1959 1st Day Issue
Title:
United Nations - 1959 1st Day Issue
Chrome PM 1959

Description:
The Prudential Insurance Company Of America Home Offices, Newark N. J.


Mark Twain Hotel
Title:
Mark Twain Hotel
Elmira New York (NY), Linen PM 1959 Jul-4

Description:
Named for America's greatest humorist who lived wrote and is buried in Elmira, the Mark Twain Hotels oaks no single detail which contributes to the well-being and complete satisfaction of the most discriminating traveler.



Christmas 1962
Title:
Christmas 1962
Pittsburgh Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1962 Nov-1

Description:
First Day of Issue


Women Marines - 25th Anniversary 1943-1968
Title:
Women Marines - 25th Anniversary 1943-1968
Chrome PM 1968



75th anniversary of the Commonwealth Lighthouse Service
Title:
75th anniversary of the Commonwealth Lighthouse Service
Kingscote, Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
Kingscote, Kangaroo Island, South Australia


Verrazano-Narrows bridge
Title:
Verrazano-Narrows bridge
Staten Island New York (NY), Jumbo/Large Format PM 1964 Nov-21

Description:
Staten Island Philatelic Society



East Haven Connecticut 1785-1985 200th Anniversary
Title:
East Haven Connecticut 1785-1985 200th Anniversary
Continental Chrome PM 1985 Jul-13

Description:
East Haven Incorporated 1785. Old Stone Church founded in 1711, second oldest church in New England. Trolley Museum located here. Home of the Pequot and Quinnipiac Indians


John Copley American Artist, First Day of Issue
Title:
John Copley American Artist, First Day of Issue
PM 1965 Sep-17



One Hundred Years of Service, Salvation Army, 1865-1965, First Day of Issue
Title:
One Hundred Years of Service, Salvation Army, 1865-1965, First Day of Issue
PM 1965 Jul-2


Scouting, First Day of Issue - July 27, 2010 - National Scout Jamboree
Title:
Scouting, First Day of Issue - July 27, 2010 - National Scout Jamboree
Continental Chrome PM 2010 Jul-27

Description:
The United States Postal Service and the Boy Scouts of America Present 2010 Celebrate Scouting Stamp To learn more about the BSA 100th Anniversary visit www.scouting.org/100years



East End of Grand Lobby, Union Station
Title:
East End of Grand Lobby, Union Station
Kansas City Missouri (MO), Divided Back PM 1953 Oct-13


Palace of the Governors
Title:
Palace of the Governors
Santa Fe New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1960 Jun-17

Description:
This is America's oldest building. It was constructed of adobe in 1610, and served as State Capitol nearly 300 years



Famil Playing on Beach and Dock
Title:
Famil Playing on Beach and Dock
Minnesota (MN), Chrome PM 1958 May-11

Description:
Minnesota, the vacation state since 1858


Map of Michigan and Mackinac Island
Title:
Map of Michigan and Mackinac Island
Chrome PM 1958 Jun-25



Cherry Blossom Time at the Capitol
Title:
Cherry Blossom Time at the Capitol
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), Chrome PM 1959 Jul-04


Library of the Late Cornelius Vanderbilt
Title:
Library of the Late Cornelius Vanderbilt
New York New York (NY), Chrome PM 1957 Apr-08



The Carriage House of the Suffolk Museum
Title:
The Carriage House of the Suffolk Museum
Stony Brook New York (NY), Chrome PM 1965 Oct-23

Description:
The Carriage House of the Suffolk Museum dedicated in July 1951 houses the famous Melville Carriage Collection totaling some 200 vehicles. Here, too, is the original Sam West's smithy's shop, moved to its present site and containing all the paraphernalia of the horse era. Come to Long Island - Land of History


Horace Greeley's Homestead
Title:
Horace Greeley's Homestead
Chappaqua New York (NY), Chrome PM 1961 Feb-03



Memorial Cottage and Monument
Title:
Memorial Cottage and Monument
Sharon Vermont (VT), Chrome PM 1962 Jul-24

Description:
Birthplace of Joseph Smith


Mark Twain's Father's Law Office
Title:
Mark Twain's Father's Law Office
Hannibal Missouri (MO), Chrome PM 1960 Feb-08

Description:
FDC: Boy Scouts of America, 1910-1960. 4c. Judge Clemens's Law Office recalls Frontier Days. Townspeople last year moved the structure to this site on ___ Street to spare it from repeated flood damage



Cornell University
Title:
Cornell University
Ithaca New York (NY), Chrome PM 1958 Mar-15

Description:
Cornell, at Ithaca, stands far above Cayuga's waters. Founder Ezra Cornell pledged "an institution where any person can find instruction in any subject." Today 9,500 students take course in everything from the arts and sciences to hotel administration


Northport, Long Island, N.Y
Title:
Northport, Long Island, N.Y
Northport New York (NY), Chrome PM 1964 Nov-21

Description:
A winter view of the harbor and dock showing the Coast Guard Ice Breakers keeping the channel open. In summer, this picturesque sheltered deepwater harbor is a popular rendezvous for local and visiting mariners



Statue of Hercules, The Walt Whitman House
Title:
Statue of Hercules, The Walt Whitman House
Long Island New York (NY), Chrome PM 1964 Oct-23

Description:
The "Good Gray Poet" was born here in West Hills, Huntington on May 31st, 1819. This house, one of New York State's Historic Sites, was built about 1810. It contains a fine collection of "Whitmania."


Rube Goldberg's Inventions First Day Cover
Title:
Rube Goldberg's Inventions First Day Cover
Chrome PM 1995 Oct-1

Description:
Rube Goldberg was a cartoonist with an engineering degree. This combination led him to create a series of crazy inventions - in this case an automatic napkin - that amused readers for decades. The panel ran 1914-1964



Memorial Fountain
Title:
Memorial Fountain
Oyster Bay New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1959 Oct-23


Sacagawea, "Bird Woman"
Title:
Sacagawea, "Bird Woman"
Chrome PM 1994 Oct-18

Description:
c. 1787-1812. Born Shoshone, she was captured by rival Native Americans and later sold to a French trapper. Both joined the Lewis & Clark Expedition, which she served as guide



Native American Culture
Title:
Native American Culture
Chrome PM 1994 Oct-18

Description:
Early travelers to the West encountered rich and complex societies living close to the land in harmony with nature. Tribal lore and extensive archaeological ruins attested to centuries of habitation


Boston Common and State House
Title:
Boston Common and State House
Boston Massachusetts (MA), Linen PM 1953 Aug-24



Mt. Hood Oregon
Title:
Mt. Hood Oregon
Oregon (OR), Linen PM 1959 Feb-14

Description:
Mt. Hood. Oregon. Hood River in the Foreground


Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Setauket New York (NY), Linen PM 1961 Dec-4

Description:
The Setauket (L.I.) Post Office stands alongside the lower mill pond and the Melville Memorial. The Corintian columns use American corn as their motif



South Omaha Bridge
Title:
South Omaha Bridge
Omaha Nebraska (NE), Linen PM 1954 May-7


The White House
Title:
The White House
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), Linen PM 1950 Jun-12

Description:
THE UNITED STATES CAPITOL set on a height overlooking the ampitheater of the Potomac, is one of the largest and stateliest buildings in the world. It is 751 feet in length and 350 feet in width, covering three and a half acres. The statue of Freedom on the dome towers 307 feet above the esplanade. The corner-stone was laid by President Washington in 1773; the central building was finished in 1797; and the extensions were first occupied by Congress in 1857 and 1859



White House at Night
Title:
White House at Night
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), Linen PM 1962 Aug-31


Blue Mountain-Raquette Lake Highway
Title:
Blue Mountain-Raquette Lake Highway
Blue Mountain Lake New York (NY), White Border PM 1961 Sep-18

Description:
With the famous Blue Mountain in the distance, Adirondack Mountains



Bureau of Engraving and Printingm at Cherry Blossom TIme
Title:
Bureau of Engraving and Printingm at Cherry Blossom TIme
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), White Border PM 1961 Dec-28


City on the Shore
Title:
City on the Shore
South Norwalk Connecticut (CT), White Border PM 1962 Jul-28



Columbia University - Barnard College
Title:
Columbia University - Barnard College
New York New York (NY), White Border PM 1954 Jan-4

Description:
Located between 119th Street and 120th Street, West of Broadway, is the Undergraduate School for Women of Columbia University, founded in 1889


Soldiers and Sailors Arch, Entrance to Prospect Park
Title:
Soldiers and Sailors Arch, Entrance to Prospect Park
Brooklyn New York (NY), White Border PM 1951 Dec-10



Apollo 11 Astronauten in Berlin
Title:
Apollo 11 Astronauten in Berlin
Continental Chrome unused


Nassau Hall, Princeton University
Title:
Nassau Hall, Princeton University
Princeton New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused

Description:
Princeton University was founded in 1746, Nassau Hall was used for the meeting of the first State Legislature in 1776, was used as a hospital during the revolution and, in 1783, the Continental Congress met in this hall. Nassau Hall was erected in 1756 and is the oldest building on the campus Curt Teich & Co



The White House
Title:
The White House
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), Chrome PM 1966 May-21

Description:
All of our Presidents, except Washington, have lived here. The oldest public structure in Washington and has the simple dignity of a gracious American home L. B. Prince Co


United States Capitol
Title:
United States Capitol
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), Chrome PM 1966 May-21

Description:
United States Capitol. The cornerstone was laid in 1793. BUrned by the British in 1812. The House and Senate Chambers, Statuary Hall, the Rotunda, and the President's Room are most interesting



United States Capitol at Night
Title:
United States Capitol at Night
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), Chrome PM 1962 Nov-14

Description:
Impressively illuminated at night, the Capitol Building is a beautiful spectacle. The great Capitol Dome is a double shell of cast iron, painted white to harmonize with the marble stone work on the building. At top, 285 feet above plaza, stands the "Statue of Freedom."


76 First Day of Issue - Bennington Flag 1777
Title:
76 First Day of Issue - Bennington Flag 1777
Chrome PM 1968 Jul-4



A Mail Carrying Douglas DC 7 Plane - First Day of Issue
Title:
A Mail Carrying Douglas DC 7 Plane - First Day of Issue
Chrome PM 1954 Sep-3

Description:
4c Airmail Postage Stamp 1954


An Appeal to Heaven Washington's Cruisers Flag 1775
Title:
An Appeal to Heaven Washington's Cruisers Flag 1775
Chrome PM 1968 Jul-4



First Navy Jack 1775
Title:
First Navy Jack 1775
Chrome PM 1968 Jul-4


First Stars and Stripes 1777 - First Day of Issue
Title:
First Stars and Stripes 1777 - First Day of Issue
Chrome PM 1968 Jul-4



Fort Moultrie Flag 1776
Title:
Fort Moultrie Flag 1776
Chrome PM 1968 Jul-4


Grand Union Flag 1776
Title:
Grand Union Flag 1776
Chrome PM 1968 Jul-4



Philadephia Lighthorse Flag 1775
Title:
Philadephia Lighthorse Flag 1775
Chrome PM 1968 Jul-4


Irish Setter
Title:
Irish Setter
Continental Chrome PM 1979 Feb-07

Description:
British dogs (Irish Setter) Reproduced form a stamp designed by Peter Barrett and issued by the Post Office on the 7 February 1979



Welsh Springer Spaniel
Title:
Welsh Springer Spaniel
Continental Chrome PM 1979 Feb-07

Description:
British Dogs (Welsh Springer Spaniel) Reproduced from a stamp designed by Peter Barrett and issued by the Post Office on he 7 February 1979


West Highland Terrier
Title:
West Highland Terrier
Continental Chrome PM 1979 Feb-07

Description:
British Dogs (West Highland Terrier) Reproduced form a stamp designed by Peter Barrett and issued by the Post office on he 7 February 1979



Greetings From Irvington
Title:
Greetings From Irvington
Irvington New Jersey (NJ), Chrome PM 1964 Jun-15


Harrison Hall, Miami University
Title:
Harrison Hall, Miami University
Oxford Ohio (OH), Linen PM 1959 Jun-06



Lincoln Tomb
Title:
Lincoln Tomb
Springfield Illinois (IL), Linen PM 1960 Nov-19

Description:
The foundation for the tomb was laid in 1869 and the superstructure was completed in 1871 at a cost of $180000. In 1901 it was rebuilt at a cost of $100000 and in 1931 a appropriation of $ 175000 was voted to rebuild the structure. The obelisk rises 117 feet above the sidewalk and the base of the structure is seventy feet square and fifteen feet high. The monument contains the bodies of Abraham Lincoln-16th President of the U.S.A.-Mrs. Lincoln and three of the four Lincoln children


1962 Girl Scout Senior Roundup, Button Bay State Park
Title:
1962 Girl Scout Senior Roundup, Button Bay State Park
Vermont (VT), Chrome PM 1962 Jul-24



The Little White House
Title:
The Little White House
Warm Springs Georgia (GA), Linen PM 1945 Aug-24

Description:
Maximum Card


John F. Kennedy FDC 1964
Title:
John F. Kennedy FDC 1964
Chrome PM 1964 May-29

Description:
Stamp on Front



1983 Robert Peak Cycling Stamp
Title:
1983 Robert Peak Cycling Stamp
Continental Chrome PM 1983 Nov-04

Description:
This original artwork by Robert Peak was used for the design of the cycling stamp from the 35-cent international airmail block of four honoring the 1984 Summer Olympics. This stamp was issued in Colorado Springs, Colorado, on November 4, 1983.


Queen Elizabeth Ii 1992
Title:
Queen Elizabeth Ii 1992
Continental Chrome

Description:
Birthday of her Majesty



Henry Hudson On The Half Moon
Title:
Henry Hudson On The Half Moon
Divided Back PM 1965 Aug-19

Description:
Robert Fulton FDC First Day of Issue Cancel


The Clermont
Title:
The Clermont
Divided Back PM 1966 Mar-16

Description:
Migratory Bird Treaty FDC First Day of Issue Cancel





Total: 284 Items