Scott Number Mint Used 1959 COMMEMORATIVES C53-56 4 Stamps, complete. Save 15¢ Mint, 10¢ Used...... $2.10 $1.00 C53 Map of Alaska C54 Jupiter Balloon C53 7¢ Alaska Statehood.... .50 .15 C54 7¢ 100th Anniv. of First Flight .50 .15 C55 Map of Hawaii C56 Runner & Torch C55 7¢ Hawaii Statehood.... .50 .15 C56 10¢ Pan-Am Games .... .75 .65 1959-61 Regular Issue StampsC57-63 7 Stamps, complete. Save $1.20 Mint, 25¢ Used... 14.75 2.30 1959-60 Regular Issue Stamps C57 C58 Liberty Bell Statue of Liberty C59 Abraham Lincoln C57 10¢ black & green........ 2.95 1.30 C58 15¢ black & orange full orange border......... 1.00 .20 C59 25¢ black & maroon..... 1.20 .15 Special Airmail Collection You’ll save over $50 and receive a FREE album with this instant collection of 142 different Airmail stamps, issued from 1926-2014. (includes: C7-12, C16- 17, C19-C150, CE1-2) 1926-2014 Airmail, 142 Mint Stamps and Free Album, U.S....Save $52.85.................... M11536....................................JUST $345.00 C60 C61 Jet Scott Number Mint Used 1960 C60 7¢ carmine..................... $.50 $.15 C61 7¢ carmine, coil .............. 8.50 .40 C62 C63 Liberty Bell Statue of Liberty 1961 C62 13¢ black & red............ .95 .20 C63 15¢ black & orange...... .85 .15 Stamp number C58 had a major problem inherent to its design. Ink from one side of the stamp seeped into the picture portion during the printing process, a problem compounded by the use of different colors. To correct this, a new version was created with a gutter, a space added to separate the two design features. This new version was released in 1961 as C63. 1962-64 StampsC64-69 6 Stamps, complete. Save 40¢ Mint, 15¢ Used...... 4.95 1.95 C64 C65 Airliner and Capitol Dome 1962 C64 8¢ carmine................... .45 .15 1962 Rotary Press CoilPerforated 10 Horizontally C65 8¢ carmine................... .60 .15 C67 C66 Montgomery BlairEaglePostmaster General C68 Earhart & Her Lockheed Electra 1963 C66 15¢ 1st International Postal Conference ...... 1.75 .95 C67 6¢ Bald Eagle .............. .45 .25 C68 8¢ Amelia Earhart........ .50 .30 C69 Robert H. Goddard 1964 C69 8¢ R.H. Goddard – Rocket Scientist........... 1.60 .30 145 Scott Number Mint Used 1967-69 StampsC70-76 7 Stamps, complete. Save 55¢ Mint, 10¢ Used...... $6.75 $1.50 C70 C71 Tlingit Totem Columbia Jays 1967 C70 8¢ Alaska Purchase..... .60 .30 C71 20¢ Columbia Jays ...... 2.00 .20 C72, C73 50-Star Runway 1968 C72 10¢ 50 Stars ................ .60 .15 C73 10¢ 50 Stars, coil (pair 2.00) .95 .15 C74 C75 Curtiss Jenny USA C74 10¢ 50th Anniv. of Air Mail .90 .25 C75 20¢ “USA”.................... 1.60 .15 C76 Neil Armstrong U.S. Astronaut – Moon Walk 1969 C76 10¢ Moon Landing....... .65 .40 On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong, followed by Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin, became the first man to stand on the Moon. As Armstrong stepped out of the Apollo II lunar module, the Eagle, he spoke the famous words, “That’s one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind.” Later, Armstrong commented to Aldrin, “It has a stark beauty all its own. It’s like much of the high desert in the United States. It’s different, but it’s very pretty out here.” This First Man on the Moon issue was the first-ever jumbo-sized American commemorative! The engraved master die to this stamp accompanied the astronauts all the way to the Moon’s surface! Also, an envelope bearing a proof of the stamp was canceled in the space capsule.
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