Fiftieth Anniversary of Statehood 3 cent Stamp - Stock image

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Upload date:October 03, 2013


'In November of 1889, four new states were admitted to the UnionaaNorth Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, and Washington. A 3-cent rose violet stamp issued on November 2, 1939, commemorates the 50th anniversary of their statehoods. ..The stamp's design shows a map of the northwestern United States with the four new states in outline. Three of the four states border Canada, and the United StatesaaCanada border in that area follows a line of latitude that is properly shown as a curve on the map. The appearance of the states 'hanging' from this boundary like laundry items has led to the stamp being called the 'wash line stamp'.'
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