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  • 2008 Issues
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    Ian Fleming/James Bond (page 1)
    Year of the Rat (page 1)
    Holocaust Remembrance (page 1)
    American Scientists (page 1)
    American Journalists (page 1)
    Elk envelope (page 2)
    Frank Sinatra (page 2)
    62 Dragonfly (page 2)
    Mount Rushmore Priority Mail (page 2)
    "Take Me Out To The Ball Game (page 2)
    Vintage Black Cinema (page 3)
    Bierstadt's Yosemite (page 3)
    Sunflower (page 3)
    2008 Forever at Americover (page 3)
    5 Seacoast coil (page 3)
    Latin Jazz (this page)
    Bette Davis (this page)
    Tail Fins & Chrome (this page)
    Alzheimer's Awareness (this page)


    Latin Jazz

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    Dgn 306: Sc. 4349 Latin Jazz 5"x7" Dragon Card featuring art of a Latin drummer, taken from a Tito Puente album. First Day of Issue hand cancel larger illustration (new window)...$2.50

    Dgn 306a: Sc. 4349 Latin Jazz 5"x7" Dragon Card featuring art of a Latin drummer, taken from a Tito Puente album. With Sc. 3939-41 Merengue, Salsa and Cha-Cha Latin Dances stamps, First Day of Issue hand cancel larger illustration (new window)...$5.00
    Dgn 306b: Sc. 4349 Latin Jazz 5"x7" Dragon Card featuring art of a Latin drummer, taken from a Tito Puente album. With Sc. 3939-41 Merengue, Salsa, Cha-Cha and Mambo Latin Dances stamps, First Day of Issue hand cancel. Only 4 produced, for subscribers only larger illustration (new window).
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    Dgn 307: Sc. 4349 Latin Jazz 5"x7" Dragon Card featuring art from the "Best of Tito Puente" album. The Latin Jazz stamp is tied by the First Day of Issue hand cancel. Sc. 3942 Mambo (Puente was known as "The King of The Mambo") and a 4 stamp are tied with a September 2007 pictorial postmark dedicating the Tito Puente Station in NYC. Only 14 produced larger illustration (new window)...$5.00

    Bette Davis

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    Dgn 308: Sc. 4350 Bette Davis 5"x7" horizontal Dragon Card with a color picture of Davis in "All About Eve." First Day of Issue pictorial hand cancel larger illustration (new window)...$2.50

    Dgn 308a: Sc. 4350 Bette Davis 5"x7" horizontal Dragon Card with a color picture of Davis in "All About Eve." Hollywood First Day of Sale Legends of Hollywood hand cancel larger illustration (new window)...$3.00

    Dgn 308b: Sc. 4350 Bette Davis 5"x7" horizontal Dragon Card with a color picture of Davis in "All About Eve." With stamps for three of her leading men: Ronald Reagan ("Dark Victory," 1939), Henry Fonda ("That Certain Woman," 1937; "Jezebel," 1938) and James Stewart (TV movie "Right of Way," 1983). First Day of Issue pictorial hand cancel larger illustration (new window).
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    Dgn 309: Sc. 4350 Bette Davis 5"x7" vertical Dragon Card with a color picture of Davis in "All About Eve." larger illustration (new window).
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    Dgn 310: Sc. 4350 Bette Davis 5"x7" Dragon Card with a photo of Davis in "Jezebel" (1938), for which she won an Academy Award larger illustration (new window)...$2.50

    Dgn 310a: Sc. 4350 Bette Davis 5"x7" Dragon Card with a photo of Davis in "Jezebel" (1938), for which she won an Academy Award. A portion of the selvage from the stamp sheet, with a photo from the same film, is affixed. First Day of Issue pictorial hand cancel larger illustration (new window)...$3.00
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    Dgn 311: Sc. 4350 Bette Davis 5"x7" Dragon Card with a photo of Davis and Henry Fonda in "Jezebel" (1938), for which she won an Academy Award. His stamp and hers are tied by her First Day of Issue pictorial hand cancel larger illustration (new window)...$3.50
    Dgn 311a: Sc. 4350 Bette Davis 5"x7" Dragon Card with a photo of Davis and Henry Fonda in "Jezebel" (1938), for which she won an Academy Award. His stamp and hers are tied by her Hollywood First Day of Sale "Legends of Hollywood" pictorial hand cancel larger illustration (new window)...$3.75

    More Henry Fonda Issues


    Tail Fins & Chrome
    Featuring the 1959 Cadillac Eldorado, 1957 Pontiac Safari, 1957 Chrysler 300C, 1957 Studebaker Golden Hawk, and 1957 Lincoln Premiere.

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    Dgn 312: Sc. 4353-7 Tail Fins & Chrome 5"x7" Dragon Card with a picture of a red 1959 Cadillac Eldorado's tail fins. The 5 single stamps are tied by the First Day of Issue pictorial hand cancel larger illustration (new window)...$6.00

    Dgn 312a: Sc. 4353-7 Tail Fins & Chrome 5"x7" Dragon Card with a picture of a red 1959 Cadillac Eldorado's tail fins. The 5 single stamps, plus Sc. 3187g Tail Fins and Chrome from the Celebrate the Century set, are tied by the First Day of Issue pictorial hand cancel larger illustration (new window)...$7.00

    Dgn 313: Sc. 4353-7 Tail Fins & Chrome 5"x7" Dragon Card with a picture of a red 1957 Pontiac Safari's left tail fin. The 5 single stamps are tied by the digital color postmark larger illustration (new window)...$7.00

    MaxFins: Sc. 4353-7 Tail Fins & Chrome the matching USPS picture postcards. The stamps are on the faces of the cards, tied by a circular date stamp. The 27 indicia are tied by the First Day of Issue pictorial hand cancel larger illustration (new window). the back of one of the cards (new window)...$15.00

    Alzheimers Awareness

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    Dgn 314: Sc. 4358 Alzheimers Awareness 5"x7" Dragon Card with a graphic of an elderly man. First Day of Issue hand cancel larger illustration (new window)...$2.50

    Dgn 314a: Sc. 4358 Alzheimers Awareness 5"x7" Dragon Card with a graphic of an elderly man. With Sc. 2011 Aging Together, First Day of Issue hand cancel larger illustration (new window)...$3.00

    Earlier 2008 issues

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