South Carolina Statehood | U.S. Postage Stamps | Face Value 6 Cents | 1970 | Scott 1407

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Face Value 6 Cents | 1970 | Scott 1407

The US Postal Service commemorated 300 years of South Carolina statehood with this 1970 stamp issued in Charleston. Featuring symbols of the state (the spire of St. Phillip’s Church, the capitol, the state flag, a ship, 17th century couple, a Fort Sumter cannon, barrels, cotton, tobacco, and yellow jasmine) against a backdrop of pine wood, these blocks of vintage 6-cent stamps can still be used to pay postage on current mail (using additional postage as needed to make up the current first-class rate). Mail some letters from your vacation in Myrtle Beach! These stamps 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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