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6c Douglas Fir Stamps .. Vintage Unused US Postage Stamps .. Pack of 5

6c Douglas Fir Stamps .. Vintage Unused US Postage Stamps .. Pack of 5

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Five 6c Douglas Fir
Issued: August 23, 1969
Scott Catalog #1376

5 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.

Also good to use for scrapbooking or displaying in a small picture frame. It's a miniature work of art.


About this stamp:
The Douglas Fir was first discovered by Archibald Menzies in 1791. Menzies, a Scottish physician, first found the tree on Vancouver Island. The tree gets its species name from Menzies. The common name, the Douglas Fir, is named after David Douglas, who was the first to cultivate the tree in 1826. 

Dimensions

1 inch by 1-9/16 inches

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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