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    People who collect stamps enjoy first day covers. I collected when I was a kid, but I picked up 3 of these at the time they were issued because I thought the subject matter was an iconic element in American popular culture. And fun. The stamp is both holographic, and iridescent in many colors, when angled in the light. I managed to take some photos that show that aspect. Just came across them today, and it brought a smile

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    Rhode Island

  • #2
    That’s so cool, thanks C M D.
    Floridaboy.

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    • Hal Gorges
      Hal Gorges commented
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      That looks like an Archaic stemmed, top center.

  • #3
    Awesome! That is wild

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    • #4
      That's cool, I remember in the late 80's holographics like that were kind of popular. I used to have a national geographic with a holographic cover, I think it was of the moon
      🐜 🎤 Columbus, Georgia

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      • #5
        Thats pretty cool....thanks for sharing
        Benny / Western Highland Rim / Tennessee

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