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  • 2010 Issues
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    Seabiscuit env. C2C reprint (page 1)
    Year of the Tiger (page 1)
    Distinguished Sailors (page 1)
    Royal Society (Franklin) (page 1)
    Bill Mauldin (page 2)
    Cowboys of the Silver Screen (page 2)
    Animal Rescue (Shelter Pets) (page 3)
    Katharine Hepburn (page 3)
    Monarch Butterfly (page 3)
    Kate Smith (page 3)
    Oscar Micheaux (this page)
    Negro Leagues Baseball (this page)
    Sunday Funnies (this page)
    Celebrate Scouting (page 5)
    Winslow Homer (page 5)
    Forevergreens (page 6)
    Forever Coils (page 6)


    Oscar Micheaux

    Dgn 377

    Dgn 377: Sc. 4464 Oscar Micheaux — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a photo of Micheaux directing and a poster for his film “The Girl from Chicago.” First Day of Issue hand cancel — larger illustration (new window)...$2.50

    Dgn 377a

    Dgn 377a: Sc. — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a photo of Micheaux directing and a poster for his film “The Girl from Chicago.” With stamps for Charles W. Chesnutt, from whom he bought a story but never paid in full; Paul Robeson, who acted in Micheaux’s “Body and Soul”; and “The Sport of the Gods,” a silent “race” film. First Day of Issue hand cancel — larger illustration (new window).
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    Dgn 377b

    Dgn 377b: Sc. 4464 Oscar Micheaux — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a photo of Micheaux directing and a poster for his film “The Girl from Chicago.” With stamps for Charles W. Chesnutt, from whom he bought a story but whom he never paid in full; Paul Robeson, who acted in Micheaux’s “Body and Soul”; and Screenwriting and Directing from the 2003 American Filmmaking: Behind the Scenes sheet. First Day of Issue hand cancel — larger illustration (new window)...$6.00

    Dgn 377c

    Dgn 377c: Sc. 4464 Oscar Micheaux — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a photo of Micheaux directing and a poster for his film “The Girl from Chicago.” Chicago DuSable Museum First Day of Sale pictorial postmark — larger illustration (new window)...$3.00

    Negro Leagues Baseball

    Dgn 378

    Dgn 378: Sc. 4465-6 Negro Leagues Baseball — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a photo of a play at the plate during a New York Cubans game. First Day of Issue hand cancel — larger illustration (new window).
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    Dgn 378a

    Dgn 378a: Sc. 4465-6 Negro Leagues Baseball — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a photo of a play at the plate during a New York Cubans game. Oak Brook IL Pair of stamps with the Negro Leagues postmark from the Americover 2010 ceremony (not first day) — larger illustration (new window)...$2.00

    Dgn 378b

    Dgn 378b: Sc. 4465-6 Negro Leagues Baseball — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a photo of a play at the plate during a New York Cubans game. With 1939 (Sc. 855) and 1969 (1381) baseball stamps and the Celebrate the Century First World Series stamp (Sc. 3182n). Small circular date stamps — larger illustration (new window).
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    Dgn 378bb

    Dgn 378bb: Sc. 4465-6 Negro Leagues Baseball — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a photo of a play at the plate during a New York Cubans game. Pair of stamps with the 1939 (Sc. 855) and 1969 (1381) baseball stamps and the Celebrate the Century First World Series stamp (Sc. 3182n). Small circular date stamps. The positions of 855 and 1381 are reversed; I must have been distracted. Perhaps the Mets actually scored?! — larger illustration (new window).
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    Dgn 378c

    Dgn 378c: Sc. 4465-6 Negro Leagues Baseball — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a photo of a play at the plate during a New York Cubans game. Pair of stamps with the 7 stamps for “Legendary Playing Fields” used regularly by Negro Leagues teams: Ebbets Field (Sc. 3510), Tiger Stadium (3511), Crosley Field (3512), Yankee Stadium (3513), Polo Grounds (3514), Forbes Field (3515), and Comiskey Park (3517). Small circular date stamps — larger illustration (new window)...$7.50

    Dgn 378d

    Dgn 378d: Sc. 4465-6 Negro Leagues Baseball — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a photo of a play at the plate during a New York Cubans game. Pair of stamps with the Digital Color Postmark — larger illustration (new window)...$5.00

    Dgn 378u

    Dgn 378u: Sc. 4465-6 Negro Leagues — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a photo of a play at the plate during a New York Cubans game. A flag stamp is tied by the NAPEX station pictorial for an unveiling ceremony held at the Washington-area stamp show six weeks before the stamps were issued — larger illustration (new window)...$2.50

    Dgn 379

    Dgn 379: Sc. 4465-6 Negro Leagues Baseball — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a photo of Josh Gibson of the Homestead Grays batting. Pair of stamps with the First Day of Issue hand cancel — larger illustration (new window)...$3.50

    Dgn 379a

    Dgn 379a: Sc. 4465-6 Negro Leagues Baseball — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a photo of Josh Gibson of the Homestead Grays batting. Pair of stamps with the Oak Brook IL Negro Leagues postmark from the Americover 2010 dedication ceremony (not first day) — larger illustration (new window)...$2.00

    Dgn 379b

    Dgn 379b: Sc. 4465-6 Negro Leagues Baseball — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a photo of Josh Gibson of the Homestead Grays batting. With 1939 (Sc. 855) and 1969 (1381) baseball stamps and the Celebrate the Century First World Series stamp (Sc. 3182n). Small circular date stamps — larger illustration (new window).
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    Dgn 379c

    Dgn 379c: Sc. 4465-6 Negro Leagues Baseball — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a photo of Josh Gibson of the Homestead Grays batting. With Legends of Baseball stamps for 3 major league players who also played in the Negro Leagues: Jackie Robinson, Josh Gibson (shown on the Card), and Satchel Paige. Small circular date stamps — larger illustration (new window).
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    Dgn 379d

    Dgn 379d: Sc. 4465-6 Negro Leagues Baseball — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a photo of Josh Gibson of the Homestead Grays batting. Digital Color Postmark — larger illustration (new window).
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    Dgn 379e

    Dgn 379e: Sc. 4465-6 Negro Leagues Baseball — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a photo of a play at the plate during a New York Cubans game. Pair of stamps with the 7 stamps for “Legendary Playing Fields” used regularly by Negro Leagues teams: Ebbets Field (Sc. 3510), Tiger Stadium (3511), Crosley Field (3512), Yankee Stadium (3513), Polo Grounds (3514), Forbes Field (3515), and Comiskey Park (3517). Small circular date stamps. Only two copies made, for subscribers — larger illustration (new window).
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    Dgn 379u

    Dgn 379u: Sc. 4465-6 Negro Leagues Baseball — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a photo of Josh Gibson of the Homestead Grays batting. A flag stamp is tied by the NAPEX station pictorial for an unveiling ceremony held at the Washington-area stamp show in advance of the stamps' issuance — larger illustration (new window).
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    Sunday Funnies

    Dgn 380

    Dgn 380: Sc. 4471a Sunday Funnies — se-tenant strip of 5 stamps on a 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a kid reading the Sunday Funnies. Original artwork by Dave Bennett. First Day of Issue hand cancel and small circular date stamp — larger illustration (new window).
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    Dgn 380a

    Dgn 380a: Sc. 4471a Sunday Funnies — se-tenant strip of 5 stamps on a 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a kid reading the Sunday Funnies. Original artwork by Dave Bennett. Digital Color Postmark and small circular date stamp — larger illustration (new window)...$7.00

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