Enter our monthly Stamp "I.Q." Contest just by answering the question below.
Each month we will
randomly draw one winner from among all correct answers
award a very desirable grand prize! Everyone who enters will receive a
monthly E-Mail bulletin announcing our latest "I.Q." Contest.
Answers must be submitted by the 25th of the month
received after that date may not be part of the drawing,
as our winner is typically picked
shortly after that date.
Our February Grand Prize
Scott# 767a 3c (1952) APS Century of Progress
Cross Gutter Block of 4
No Gum as Issued - Never Hinged
Part of the Farley Special Printings
Lovely Fresh Desirable Position Block
Todd Teitell of Texas
was our Dec - Jan IQ
contest winner, answering:
Figure Skating was the first winter sport to be introduce
at a Summer Olympics game back in 1908 in London.
Hockey made its appearance in 1920 at the Antwerp games.
Our bonus question answer was Man-Made snow made its first
Olympic appearance in 1980 at the Lake Placid games.
It's Wintertime & We're Tired & Bored!
So - Pictured above is a combination Stampless Cover & Boston Pub.
With that information and the year 1639,
we thought it fun to check out your philatelic knowledge!
Our question is this: Can you tell us what these 2 things,
a Boston Pub and a Stampless cover have in common?
As a bonus question: Who owned the Pub where the answer took place?
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