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 September 2017 Grand Prize
Scott# RW13 $1.00 (1946) Federal Duck
Top Margin Plate Number Single
Post Office FRESH, Never Hinged
Rich Color - Sharp Clear Detail
Pretty Example of This Popular Stamp
Mark Davidson of MI
was our July-Aug IQ
contest winner, answering:
The image shown was that of John Adams, Thomas Jefferson,
and James Monroe, 2nd, 3rd and 5th US Presidents,
all died on the 4th of July. Adams and Jefferson on the same day in 1826
(50th anniversary of Decl of Indep!)
Monroe 5 yrs later in 1831.
Happy Labor Day
Pictured above is a block of 4 of Scott #1572-75,
the 10c (1975) U.S.P.S. Bicentennial Issue.
The images show the progress of Postal Service over the years.
In 2016 Guinness World Records presented the U.S.P.S. an award
for something completed in July of 2015.
Our question is this: Can you tell us why they received a Guinness Award
AND - What other dates are important to it and where did this happen?
We found the answer to be out of this world - Good Luck!
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