Set of 10 unused John Muir 5 ¢ Conservationist Stamps
Postage Value: 5 cents Scott Catalog: 1245
This stamp was issued in 1964 to honor conservationist and explorer, John Muir. It is a close up portrait of John amidst the Redwood Forest. John Muir was extremely active in campaigning for the preservation of our natural lands in the U.S. and was very influential in the creation of Yosemite National Park.
This postage is a great addition to everyday stationary to send to your outdoor enthusiasts or for a nature-themed wedding invitation.
This is unused postage and can be used to send envelopes via USPS as long as the total postage is equal to the current postage rate.