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  • Celebrate The Century
    1900s & 1910s * 1920s * 1930s * 1940s * 1950s
    We ended the series after the 1960s. See why below.

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    Each of the cards, unlike the rest of the CTC Dragon Cards series, is printed on cardstock representing the "psychedelic" colors of the 1960s.

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    Dgn 89: Sc. 3188a Century: Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. — black on bright orange 5"x7" card, photo of Dr. King at protest, small circular date stamp...

    Dgn 90: Sc. 3188c Century: Moon Landing — black on magenta 5"x7" card, horizontal, photo of astronaut and flag on the Moon, small circular date stamp...$3.00

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    Dgn 91: Sc. 3188e Century: Star Trek — black on yellow-green 5"x7" card, horizontal, picture of USS Enterprise and words "Star Trek," small circular date stamp...$3.00

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    Dgn 92: Sc. 3188n Century: Roger Maris — black on blue-green 5"x7" card, horizontal, photo of Maris swinging at the plate, small circular date stamp; one left...

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    Dgn 93: Sc. 3188o Century: Beatles — black on bright yellow 5"x7" card, horizontal, photo of Beatles arriving at NYC airport in 1964 small circular date stamp...

    End Of Series
    for Dragon Cards, at least

    Why? The subjects were becoming increasing commercial, and, in my opinion, it was too soon to afford a suitable perspective on what the significant people and events of the last three decades were. The voting also seemed heavily skewed by the schoolchildren's votes solicited by the USPS' Celebrate the Century educational program, and, because of the 10-years-after-death rule, it was difficult or impossible to commemorate some people.

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