1909 Eagle and Full Moon Scott # Mint Used 1983 EXPRESS MAIL STAMP 1909 $9.35 Express Mail ...... $32.95 $27.50 Did You Know? The #1909 1983 Express Mail stamp shown above was the costliest US postage stamp ever issued up to that time. 1981 COMMEMORATIVES 1910 1911 The Gift of Self Coins Dropping into Bank 1910 18¢ Red Cross, 100 Years .90 .20 1911 18¢ Savings and Loan .90 .20 1912-19 Space Achievements 1912-19 18¢ Space Achievements, 8 Stamps Save 60¢ Mint, 15¢ Used......... 6.95 2.25 1912 18¢ Exploring the Moon .90 .30 1913 18¢ Benefiting Mankind .90 .30 1914 18¢ Benefiting Mankind .90 .30 1915 18¢ Understanding the Sun 1.25 .30 1916 18¢ Probing the Planets .90 .30 1917 18¢ Benefiting Mankind .90 .30 1918 18¢ Benefiting Mankind .90 .30 1919 18¢ Comprehending the Universe................ .90 .30 1920 Joseph Wharton, Founder of Wharton School of Business 1920 18¢ Professional Management .90 .20 1921-24 Preservation of Wildlife Habitats Scott # Mint Used 1921-24 18¢ Wildlife Habitats 4 Stamps..................... $4.25 $.75 1921 18¢ Great Blue Heron... 1.10 .20 1922 18¢ Badger .................. 1.10 .20 1923 18¢ Grizzly Bear .......... 1.10 .20 1924 18¢ Ruffed Grouse ...... 1.10 .20 1925 Man Looking through Microscope 1925 18¢ International Year of the Disabled............. 1.00 .20 The world’s first reusable manned spacecraft, the United States’ Space Shuttle Columbia, was launched into space on April 12, 1981. Columbia’s success changed space travel forever. Space shuttles are designed so that they may be used for multiple launches. 1927 “You Can Beat It” 1926 Edna St. Vincent MillayPoet 1926 1927 18¢ E. St. Vincent Millay18¢ Alcoholism ............ 1.00 1.00 .20 .20 SAVE TIME – Order by Phone 1-800-433-7811 www.MysticStamp.com 56 1928-31 American Architecture Scott # Mint Used 1928-31 18¢ American Architecture 4 Stamps..................... $4.25 $.75 1928 18¢ New York University Library........ 1.10 .20 1929 18¢ Biltmore House ..... 1.10 .20 1930 18¢ Palace of the Arts... 1.10 .20 1931 18¢ Nat’l. Farmers’ Bank 1.10 .20 1932 1933 Mildred Didrikson Zaharias Robert Tyre Jones Jr. American Athlete Amateur Golfer 1932 18¢ Babe Zaharias ...... 1.10 .35 1933 18¢ Bobby Jones......... 1.10 .35 1934 “Coming through the Rye” 1935 James Hoban White House Architect 1936 J. Hoban and White House The James Hoban stamp was issued in two denominations due to the pending rate change in 1981. 1934 18¢ Frederic Remington .90 .20 1935 18¢ James Hoban........ 1.00 1.00 1936 20¢ James Hoban........ 1.10 .20 When the federal government prepared to build living quarters for its President and his family, an open contest was sponsored to decide the plan for the building. The competition attracted a great deal of attention. Among all the entrants, James Hoban’s design won. Hoban was born in Ireland and drew upon this influence; his drawings were modeled after the Irish Parliament’s meeting place, the Leinster House.
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