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Stamps & Coins
Some of our relatives are more famous than others and they end up being immortalized on Postage Stamps or Coins! Here's our collection!


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S D Childs Token.
S D Childs Token.
The S D Childs company is famous in numismatic circles. The company which was formed in 1837. It was rebuilt after the Great Chicago Fire and survived until the early 1930's a victim of the Great Depression. They produced a wide spectrum of products. Their name can be found on stationary, books, checks, tokens, medals, and police badges.  
 
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Samuel Pierpont Langley Air Mail.
Samuel Pierpont Langley Air Mail.
Samuel Pierpont Langley United States Air Mail, 45 cents. Issued May 14, 1988.  
 
53
Shiloh Stamp.
Shiloh Stamp.
Issued 1994. 
 
54
Stamp Hawaii 1893.
Stamp Hawaii 1893.
Stamp issued by the Republic of Hawaii in 1893 featuring Sanford Ballard Dole. 
 
55
Utah Centennial
Utah Centennial
1947 stamp commemorating when the Mormon pioneers topped the mountains, looked down at the Great Salt Lake valley, and Brigham Young said, "This is the place". 
 
56
Zog I Coin.
Zog I Coin.
As King of Albania, Zog I has been featured on many coins. 
 
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Zog I Stamps.
Zog I Stamps.
1938 stamps issued to commemorate the wedding of King Zog I and Geraldine Apponyi. 
 
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Eisenhower Dollar Reverse.
Eisenhower Dollar Reverse.
The back of the Eisenhower dollar was derived from the mission patch of Apollo 11. The design was carried over to the Susan B. Anthony dollar. 
 
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Alan Shepard Stamp.
Alan Shepard Stamp.
Alan Shepard stamp issued by the country of Jordan in 1964. 
 
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Alan Shepard Stamp.
Alan Shepard Stamp.
Julie Jenkins, daughter of Alan Shepard attends the dedication ceremony of the stamp dedicated to her father. 
 
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First Man On The Moon Stamp.
First Man On The Moon Stamp.
The Apollo 11 astronauts at the decication of the ten cent "First Man On The Moon" stamp, September 9, 1969, in Washington , D.C. 
 
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First Moon Landing Iran.
First Moon Landing Iran.
When Apollo 11 landed on the Moon the entire world noticed as shown by this stamp commemorating the event that was issued
July 26, 1969 by Iran. 
 
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Robert Goddard First Day Cover.
Robert Goddard First Day Cover.
An eight cent air mail stamp issued on Oct. 5, 1964. this stamp commemorated the 50th anniversary of the first patents granted to Robert H. Goddard for his multi-stage booster rockets using liquid and solid fuels. 
 
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Johnny Appleseed
Johnny Appleseed
A five cent stamp issued September 24, 1966 in Leominster, Massachusetts the town he was born in.  
 
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President William Henry Harrison Stamp.
President William Henry Harrison Stamp.
Issued in Washington D.C. on August 18, 1938 as part of the 1938 presidential series of stamps. 
 
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President Benjamin Harrison Stamp.
President Benjamin Harrison Stamp.
Issued in Washington D.C. on December 2, 1938 as part of the 1938 presidential series of stamps. 
 
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Caroline Harrison 10$ Gold.
Caroline Harrison 10$ Gold.
Issued December 6, 2012. 
 
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Harrison 10$ Gold.
Harrison 10$ Gold.
William and Benjamin Harrison 10$ gold coins. William's coin was issued in 2009. Benjamin's coin was issued in 2012. The coins share a common reverse. 
 
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Anna Harrison 10$ Gold.
Anna Harrison 10$ Gold.
Anna Harrison 10$ Gold coin issued 2009. 
 
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President Benjamin Harrison Stamp.
President Benjamin Harrison Stamp.
13 cent green stamp. Issued January 11, 1926. 
 
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George H  W Bush Stamp.
George H W Bush Stamp.
On Wednesday, June 12, 2019 the U.S. Postal Service released the George H.W. Bush stamp at Bush's presidential library in College Station, Texas. It is a "forever" stamp so, it is not printed with a monetary value. It sells for whatever the first class rate is at the time of purchase and is still valid for first class postage even if the rate goes up. 
 
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National Whaling Bank 2$ Note.
National Whaling Bank 2$ Note.
National Whaling Bank 2$ Note. 
 
73
Wildlife Conservation.
Wildlife Conservation.
Wildlife Conservation 8 cent stamps issued June 12, 1971 at Avery Island. 
 
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Apollo 11 Flown Medallion.
Apollo 11 Flown Medallion.
Three gold and 440 silver medallions flew to the moon. The face was the Apollo 11 mission insignia designed by astronaut Michael Collins. It was later used as the reverse design for the Eisenhower Dollar. This particular medal given to Wally Schirra by Neil Armstrong. 
 
75
Battle of Ridgefield Medal.
Battle of Ridgefield Medal.
For it's bicentennial in 1977, the town of Ridgefield issued silver and bronze medals depicting General Benedict Arnold before he turned traitor and Major General David Wooster. The obverse depicts Arnold as his horse was shot out from under him. In 2002, for the 225th anniversary of the battle, the medal was restruck in bronze only. 
 
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Bogart Stamp.
Bogart Stamp.
Lauren Bacall introduces the Humphrey Bogart 32 cent stamp along with their children. July 31st, 1997 
 
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Tom Thumb Medal.
Tom Thumb Medal.
Souvenir "Tom Thumb" coins were made. Most all were similar to this one there were a number of variations. They were made about 1840-1860. 
 
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President Franklin Pierce Coin.
President Franklin Pierce Coin.
Franklin Pierce One Dollar Coin issued 2010. 
 
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President Franklin Pierce Stamp.
President Franklin Pierce Stamp.
President Franklin Pierce Stamp issued October 6, 1938. 
 
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Herman Melville Stamp.
Herman Melville Stamp.
Issued August 1, 1984 as part of the Literary Arts Series. 
 
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President Gerald R Ford.
President Gerald R Ford.
Jack Ford son of the President speaking August 31, 2007 at the unveiling of the 41 cent stamp bearing his father's portrait. 
 
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Oliver Hazard Perry
Oliver Hazard Perry
The Battle of Lake Erie stamp depict a painting by William Henry Powell. Commissioned to do a painting “illustrative of some naval victory”, Powell chose to depict the moment when Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry made his way from his severely damaged flagship, the USS Lawrence, in a rowboat through enemy fire to the USS Niagara.

Tugging at Oliver's coat as if urging him to sit down is his 13-year-old brother, Alexander, who served as Perry’s midshipman. Sources do not agree on whether Alexander actually accompanied his brother in the rowboat. The helmsman is also seen gesturing "down" with his left hand. Towards the front of the boat one of the rowers has raised a hand in response to a near hit. While standing in the boat had exposed him to additional risk as he headed for the Niagara, “Perry’s luck” became legendary.  
 
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Perry Expedition.
Perry Expedition.
Perry Expedition. Issued July 14, 1953 in Washington D.C. this five cent stamp honors the mission assigned by President Millard Fillmore to force the opening of Japanese ports to American trade, through the use of gunboat diplomacy if necessary. Eventually through negotiations, the Convention of Kanagawa was signed on March 31, 1854. It ended Japan's 220-year-old policy of national seclusion and opened Japanese ports to American vessels. 
 
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Mayflower Compact
Mayflower Compact
After more than two months at sea, the pilgrims arrived at the New England coastline. A storm had driven them more than 220 miles northeast of their intended destination, the mouth of the Hudson River. They sailed from England with a royal patent to settle that region. However with supplies running low and the risk of wrecking the ship high some Mayflower passengers threatened to abandon the colony if they did not land. Refuge was found in Massachusetts harbor. To ensure the colonists continued to respect the rule of law, 41 of the men aboard the ship signed the Mayflower Compact, which outlined the governing principles of the Plymouth Colony. One of the was Thomas Rogers.

The stamp was issued December 12, 1920 to mark the occasion of the Pilgrim Tercentenary. 
 
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Captain Mayhew Folger
Captain Mayhew Folger
Captain Folger finding John Adams HMS Bounty mutineer. 
 

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