THE CIVIL WAR 1861 COMMEMORATIVE FOILO - VERY LIMITED
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Sold Date: 05/12/2011
Channel: Online Auction
2011 THE CIVIL WAR 1861 COMMEMORATIVE FOLIO, A VERY LIMITED & SOLD OUT ISSUE 1861 (Forever) Souvenir Sheet of 12 stamps, two official first day of issue postmarks designs, Fort Sumter & Bull Run.On April 12, 2011, in Charleston, South Carolina, the Postal Service™ issued The Civil War: 1861 (Forever® priced at 44 cents) commemorative se-tenant pair (two designs) in a pressure-sensitive adhesive (PSA) souvenir sheet of 12 stamps. The stamps were designed by Phil Jordan.
With this issuance, the U.S. Postal Service® began a series commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, joining others across the country in paying tribute to the American experience during the tumultuous years from 1861 to 1865. A souvenir sheet of two stamps will be issued each year through 2015. For 2011, one stamp depicts the beginning of the war in April 1861 at Fort Sumter, South Carolina, while the other depicts the first major battle of the war 3 months later at Bull Run, near Manassas, Virginia.
Art Director Phil Jordan created the stamps using images of Civil War battles. The Fort Sumter stamp is a reproduction of a Currier & Ives lithograph, circa 1861, titled "Bombardment of Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor." The Bull Run stamp is a reproduction of a 1964 painting by Sidney E. King titled "The Capture of Rickett's Battery." The painting depicts fierce fighting on Henry Hill over an important Union battery during the Battle of First Bull Run. For the stamp pane's background image, Jordan used a photograph dated circa 1861 of a Union regiment assembled near Falls Church, Virginia.
This is a double-sided Souvenir Sheet of The Civil War: 1861 .44 Cent (Forever®) commemorative stamps, plus first day cover black and white & color..
THIS IS #1 OF FIVE (5) YEARS OF CIVIL WAR STAMPS AND AS A COMMEMORATIVE FOLIO FOR COLLECTORS. AS A VERY LIMITED ISSUE WATCH THIS GO UP VERY FAST IN VALUE.
P&H $6.50 PRIORITY MAIL AS THEY ARE VERY LARGE
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TERMS OF SALE· All items must be paid for within ten (10) days, eBay notice of no contact non-payment is sent at seven (7) day mark for your protection. · All items guaranteed genuine unless otherwise specified. Seven (7) days no-question asked return privilege for a refund minus P&H. When my error 100% refund P&H & your cost of return. We prefer PAYPAL as payment, or email . I ship international (worldwide) and e-mail New Issue Stamp alerts as many issues of the past 19 – 24 months have sold out and increased in value very fast, so please join my mailing list. Shipping First Class, priority for both High value shipments & Bulk lots. Single Coins over $10.00 value mailed with USPS Delivery Confirmation at a flat rate of $3.50. Registered mail $9 plus postage , bulk lots at rate listed and if needed International Registered mail is available @ $12.00 plus the Airmail postage to your country (many in South America have found this to be a perfect service on large orders. Please wait for my invoice shortly after the auction ends. For Stamp-listings Scott Catalog numbers are used. I will not mail ANY sheet of stamps folded into an envelope for .44 cents as some have asked for. I used hard photo mailers or very hard cardboard for the protection of the stamps and keep in mind all mailing rates have gone up & up. Some will see BUYER DISCOUNTS given at the bottom of their invoice, this is a return on overage of P&H All Stamp’s & Banknotes valued over $50.00 will be mailed at a flat rate of $3.50 and this comes with USPS Insurance with in the US. Shipping can be combined within a 48 hour period of purchases @ a rate of $1.50 per additional item (Coin’s & Sheets of...
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