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FLEETWOOD - 1954 Columbia University Bicentennial (#1029) FDC - B4 UA
 

FLEETWOOD - 1954 Columbia University Bicentennial (#1029) FDC - B4 UA

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Very nice First Day Cover bearing a block of 4 of the 1954 Columbia University 200th Anniversary 3¢ stamp (Sc. #1029).

Postmarked: MC - NEW YORK, N.Y. - January 4, 1954

Cachet: Monochrome FLEETWOOD design featuring the Library of Columbia University, a Bicentennial Medallion listing King's College, Columbia College, and Columbia University, and a statue captioned "Alma Mater".

Condition: Neat, clean, and unaddressed.

MULTIPLE ITEM SHIPPING DISCOUNT: I will ship up to 4 covers for the single base shipping charge shown. For purchases of more than 4 covers, the shipping charge will increase by just a small increment for every 4 additional covers.
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