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Posted 07/02/2021   08:51 am  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add jconey to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
Recently I was in a used book store that occasionally has treasure.

I always check for books of philatelic interest, among others. I found a poorly done catalog of sorts titled "Political Campaign Stamps" by Warda 1998. Looks like a several Xerox generation B&W production with a nice cover.

I have a few Cinderellas, (e.g variety of saving stamps, book stamps, US Presidents, a few Christmas seals, etc...) but don't really collect them. It was like new and only three bucks so I bought it. I did a few searches on eBay and other sites. There are a lot of them around and I never noticed. I do have inauguration covers and other political items on their own pages so I might start picking a few up.

Do any of you collect Political Campaign Stamps? If so, please post a photo of some that you have.

Also, is this catalog as good as it gets or is there a better/different resource?

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