Library Of Congress 20-50 U.S. Postage Stamps | Face Value 20 Cents | 1982 | Scott 2004


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Face Value 20 Cents | 1982 | Scott 2004

The oldest federal cultural institution in the country, this stamp honors the US Library of Congress. Established in 1800, it remains one of the largest libraries in the world. Primarily serving research interests made by members of Congress, the library is open to the public. The current main building depicted on the stamp opened in 1897. Interested in more literature or culture stamps to pair with these for postage? Check out our other vintage stamp listings. You will receive a sheet of 50 or a block of 20 of these vintage 20-cent stamps, all of 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 mint 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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