Probably not. If you can get a buck for all; take it. Having said that, My favorite Christmas Seal, WX124 or 125 depending on the perforations, is included. After years of War in 1945 the sun was finnaly shining on our country. The years prior the seals were always dark, to acknowledge the war. My Grandmother often spoke of those years as a sacrifice to defend the Country. John Denune at Christmasseals. net has either of the perforations of your seal @ .05. Sorry. Cheers mark
Spongbob, you have the beginnings to a fun hobby. I suggest you get a stamp album and enjoy filling it. If you don't wish to keep the stamps you may want to look into donating them to a Boy Scout troop or senior center.