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1929 Electric Lights Golden Jubilee Stamp

1929 Electric Lights Golden Jubilee Stamp
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Item Description

The 50th anniversary of the invention of a commercially viable incandescent lamp was celebrated with a 2-cent red stamp issued on June 5, 1929. Thomas Alva Edison (1847-1931) invented the product in 1879. The stamp pictures Edison's first lamp above the legend 'Electric Light's Golden Jubilee'. The stamp was printed in three forms: flat plate, rotary press, and rotary press coil with vertical perforations.

  • mint; perf 11
  • June 5, 1929
  • paper; ink (carmine rose); adhesive / engraving
  • Height x Width: 1 x 1 in. (2.54 x 2.54 cm)

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cost$2.69
Length8 Inches
Width6 Inches
Height1 Inches
TypeEnvelope

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