American produced pocket watches that survived the American Civil War is one of the most collectible categories. From 1861 - 1865, 650,000 Americans lost their lives in this war to preserve their cultures and respective countries; The United States vs the Confederate States of America.
The watch presented in this listing was from the northern States; the United States...
This is a Stamped Envelope sent from The TARMA Lions Club ( Casilla N* 12, Tarma, Peru) to The International Association of Lions Club ( 209 North Michigan Ave, Chicago IL 60601, USA ). The envelope has 3 Peru-Aereo Stamps (1.90 soles each one). The stamps are of the Nazca Culture pottery. The envelope was mailed in February of 1969. The envelope has a plastic cover.
New definitive issue of stamps, QE II, 12th June 1973
Definitive stamps last day of issue, 11th July 1987
An unusual item for the philatelist collector of the famous Great Britain "Penny Rose" stamp of Victorian England: 240 stamps, arranged in a rectangle 20 by 12, all used (canceled) examples, dating to 1864,at the earliest, as these are all perforated and bear the positional plating letters in each corner. I am not a devoted stamp collector so am doing my best after some internet research. The "Penny Rose" or Penny Red succeeded the Penny Black of 1841...
Stamp is not in good shape.