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#1432 American Revolution Bicentennial First Day Issue C 8 Cent Stamp

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First Day of Issue Cover - American Revolution Bicentennial 1776 - 1976, 8 Cent Stamp. First Day of Issue Cover shows Battle of Alamance, 1771, North Carolina, American Revolution Series, Washington, DC, July 4, 1971. There is also a name and address label on front cover (see photo) and also some faint writing (could have been previously erased). This is from a recent estate sale and is a used item with the expected use wearing/aging (yellowing/discoloration/staining). It was from someone's collection. Back flap is open and unsealed. Writing on back flap in what appears to be pencil, 107 100.

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Item number

1880853

Priced $5.99. Categorized under Stamps >> United States >> Covers >> FDCs (1951-Now) >> 1971-80. Cancellation Type: First Day of Issue. First Day of Isue Cover - American Revolution Bicentenial 176 - 1976, 8 Cent Stamp. First Day of Isue Cover shows Batle of Alamance, 171, North Carolina, American Revolution Series, Washington, DC, July 4, 1971. There is also a name and a.