Helen Keller, Anne Sullivan U.S. Postage Stamps | Face Value 15 Cents | 1980 | Scott 1824

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Face Value 15 Cents | 1980 | Scott 1824

Born in Alabama, Helen Keller lost her sight and hearing when she was very young after an illness. She communicated using home signs until taught by Anne Sullivan to read and write. Keller ultimately became an author, lecturer, and activist, with Sullivan as her constant companion, and their famous relationship was portrayed in the Oscar-winning 1962 film The Miracle Worker. Keller was inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame in 1965. Show your mail recipients your interest in Women’s History Month using this stamp on your outgoing mail. Interested in more history/famous women stamps to pair with these for postage? Check out our other vintage stamp listings. You will receive a block of 20-50 of these vintage 15-cent stamps, which can still be used to pay postage on current mail (using additional postage as needed to make up the current first-class rate). All are unused with full gum on reverse; however, due to the age of the stamps, we recommend use of a damp sponge instead of licking the back, or we might recommend using a dab of a permanent glue stick before mailing.

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Shipping Info: We ship our stamps, stickers, and other flat items in a sturdy, flat mailer with tracking for the best protection. Because the post office considers this a “package” and not a flexible envelope, the cost of shipping is subject to package prices. This is the best way to protect your purchase.

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