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10c Christmas Card Stamps - Pack of 10

10c Christmas Card Stamps - Pack of 10

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10c Christmas Card Stamps
Issued: October 14, 1975
Scott Catalog #1580

10 Mint, unused postage stamps with original gum as issued by the Post Office. These stamps are genuine and valid to use as postage for current mailing. Be sure to use enough total postage to meet the current postal rate for the item you are mailing.

Great for special mailings like weddings, birthdays, valentines, and events. Also good to use for scrapbooking or displaying in a small picture frame. It's a miniature work of art.

About this stamp:
This Christmas stamp shows one of the earliest Christmas cards printed in the United States. The original card, printed in 1878, included the words, “Ring the joybells –ring,” “Christ is born – our King.” However, this wording was omitted on this non-religious Christmas issue.

Because postage rates for late 1975 were uncertain, both the Contemporary and Traditional Christmas stamps were issued with no denomination; they were the first non-denominated U.S. stamps.


1-9/16 inches by 1 inch

How To Apply

Water Activated Gum: Apply a small amount of water to the back of the stamp and then place on the desired surface.

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