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Stamps sold in sets of 10.
These amazing and hard-to-find 3 cent stamps were printed in 1939. This stamp commemorates the Golden Gate International Exposition, a World’s Fair, celebrating two new bridges – the Golden Gate Bridge (opened in 1937) and the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge (opened in 1935).
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These stamps are ready to use! My favorite way to utilize these stamps is to combine them with other vintage stamps, making a small collage on the corner of your envelopes. Be sure to check out all of the other amazing stamps in my shop before you check out to save on shipping.
Perfect for wedding invitations or special correspondence!
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Prompt service and fabulous stamps. They'll be the perfect addition to my wedding invitations!