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Two Clean Empty US Albums - Scott And Mystic

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Posted 12/30/2020   7:43 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add BrentAbba to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
I have for sale two empty US albums.

1. Scott National in green binder (two square posts). This is a 1940 edition according to the title page. Very clean, no stamps, though it did have a hinged collection in the past. Binder is in great shape, although the spine lettering is faded. Pages appear complete with spaces for regulars, commems, and BOB including Airmail, Revenues, Dues, Parcel Post, etc. for Nos 1 - 838 in stamps, C1-24 in Airs. $30 delivered to you.

2. Mystic US Heirloom Collection Album (not the hingeless version). Contains pages for 1847 - 2009. I only see black mounts on one page, otherwise unused. The 2009 supplement is even still sealed. Contains BOB pages for airmail, dues, officials, etc. Currently in two generic white 3 ring binders. $20 for this one delivered to your door.

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