The Black Heritage Commemorative Society

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The Complete Collection of Black American Stamps

In the past 70 years, over 100 accomplished Black Americans have been honored on U.S. postage stamps that are no longer sold at the post office, and are becoming increasingly hard to find.

The Black Heritage Commemorative Society has acquired a limited supply of all these original, uncirculated stamps in exquisite, mint condition and is making them available to collectors, set on deluxe 9" x 10" biography cards with vintage photographs.

When you order the Complete Collection of Black American Stamps you will receive your first shipment for $23.85 plus 4.50 shipping & handling. This shipment includes a FREE Martin Luther King, Jr. original mint-condition stamp and collector's biography card, plus the Harriett Tubman, Jackie Robinson, and Paul Laurence Dunbar original mint-condition stamps and collector's biography cards.

Thereafter, each month you will receive a new shipment for the regular price of $23.85 plus 4.50 shipping & handling, containing 3 more original mint-condition stamps and three more collector's biography cards, until your collection is complete.

There are no minimum purchase requirements to participate in the Complete Collection of Black American Stamps. You may return any item for a full refund and you may cancel your participation at any time - no questions asked.

And the FREE Martin Luther King, Jr. mint-condition stamp and collector's biography card is yours to keep no matter what.

Free Mint Condition Stamps Deluxe biography cards

We'll start you off on your Complete Collection of Black American Stamps with the Martin Luther King, Jr. commemorative above, FREE when you purchase the three mint-condition stamps and deluxe, oversized, 9" x 10" biography cards shown above. If you aren't delighted, just return them. The free gift is yours to keep no matter what.

I want my children to know where they come from and have a good sense of their cultural identity. Collecting these stamps, looking at the pictures, reading the biographies, these are things we can do together as a family. The collection has triggered some really interesting discussions at our house. We're all learning. My kids range in age from 16 to seven and we all love it!\ I would encourage every one of my students and their families to sign up for this collection. As a Black educator, I'm always looking for opportunities to inject more Black American history into the standard curriculum. Even so, you can't depend on the schools for it all. The Complete Collection of Black American Stamps is fun and really motivates kids to learn about their heritage. I see it as critically important to every young Black American.

Here's how your free collection will look

Complete collections are limited in supply

(shown much smaller then actual size of 9" x 10")

Extra Bonus! With your collection, you'll receive this elegant gold-embossed collector's album FREE (you pay only $6.95 shipping!) Custom crafted to accommodate the large 9" x 10" biography cards and protective sleeves. We'll send it automatically with your third shipment.

Picture book

Lifetime Guarentee Certificate

Mint condition stamps have already increased in value Mint Condition Stamps

In addition to their historical value, each stamp in the Complete Collection of Black American Stamps has increased in dollar value since it was discontinued. Philatelic experts know the worth - and the potential for appreciation - of these stamps.

Now you can collect them to pass along to future generations, give as gifts, or keep as a proud reminder of the contributions Black Americans have made.

The U.S. Postal Service has been recognizing the value of Black achievement since 1940 with these stamps. You'll recognize the value of this superb collection for years to come.

Deluxe 9x10 collector's biography cards let you pass along the stamp and the stories
Billie Holiday

The oversized collector's cards that house the stamps are beautifully designed, sturdy, heavyweight folios, each with a large vintage photo on the front and a privately commissioned biography on the reverse. They reveal the inspiring stories of the individuals behind the stamps who broke the color barrier, the records and the rules. An invaluable way for young and old to learn about and embrace their heritage, this collection is truly destined to be a treasured family heirloom.

Complete collection includes hard to find booker t washington stamp from 1940

Booker T Washington

Despite the fact that many of the stamps in the Complete Collection of Black American Stamps have been out of circulation for years, the persistent efforts of the Black Heritage Commemorative Society have located all of them in pristine condition - including the first one ever issued, the Booker T. Washington stamp from 1940. Not many of these remain, and they will be available only as long as supplies last. When they're gone, these key markers of Black American achievement will be gone forever.

once in a life time
Harriet Tubman

Collecting this increasingly rare part of our history is more than an investment in Black America's past. It's an investment in its future. But you must act quickly. Due to limited supplies, this offer is not likely to be repeated. Don't miss out on this rare opportunity to own more than 100 historic, mint-condition, uncirculated stamps and collector's cards. Never any risk or obligation - cancel at any time. We believe you'll be so pleased with the Complete Collection of Black American Stamps that we offer an ironclad, unconditional guarantee. Purchase only the cards you want - when you receive your monthly shipment (three cards and stamps per month), simply return what you don't wish to keep. If you aren't fully pleased, you may cancel your subscription at any time, no questions asked.

A preview of the collection, Here are just a few of the historic black americans in the collection

Billie Holiday, 1915-1959, is considered by many to be the greatest jazz singer of all time.

Salem Poor, c. 1750-?, fought for the American revolution and was cited for heroism by 14 officers for his valor at Bunker Hill.

Paul Laurence Dunbar, 1872-1906, was the son of slaves who became a renowned writer of African American poetry.

Jackie Robinson, 1919-1972, broke the color barrier in professional baseball.

Louis Armstrong, 1900-1971, was a masterful trumpet player, the inventor of scat singing, and one of the world's best-loved musicians.

A. Phillip Randolph, 1889-1979, was at the forefront of the civil rights struggle and the trade union movement for four decades.

Harriet Tubman, c. 1821-1913, was a conductor on the Underground Railroad as well as a Union army scout, spy, and nurse.

Frederick Douglass, 1817-1895, was an abolitionist, orator, politician, author, diplomat, publisher, and promoter of women's rights.

Bessie Coleman, 1893-1926, broke down many barriers to become the first female African American to receive a pilot's license.

Madame C.J. Walker, 1867-1919, was America's first black millionaire businesswoman and a great philanthropist

Booker T. Washington, 1856-1915, the first Black American on a stamp, was widely recognized for his contributions to education.

Martin Luther King, 1929-1968, one of the most important and significant African Americans of all time.