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William J Kozersky, Philatelist > U.S Christmas Seals > Full Sheets > 1930-1939 > 1935 > 1935-1x, WX76, 1935 U.S. National Christmas Seals Sheet, pm E

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1935-1x, WX76, 1935 U.S. National Christmas Seals Sheet, pm E

1935-1x, WX76, 1935 U.S. National Christmas Seals Sheet, pm E, full gum, F, MNH. Issued 1935 by the National Tuberculosis Association (NTA). Designed by Ernest Hamlin Baker. Image of a girl posting letter in snow.

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1935-1x, WX76, 1935 U.S. National Christmas Seals Sheet, full gum, F, MNH, VM at top and bottom of sheet. Fresh, firm paper, never folded, shipped flat. Scan is of a full sheet. Full scan of front and back available upon request.

Issued 1935 by the National Tuberculosis Association (NTA). Designed by Ernest Hamlin Baker. Girl posting letter in snow with 4 slogan seals. Sheet of 100 (10x10), blue, green, red, and brown. Seal size: 18x24mm, perf. 121/2x121/2..

Slogan Seals: the four corner seals are different from the other 96 seals. They have the double-barred cross in red surrounded by a blue and green scalloped design on a brown background, with slogans at the bottom in blue, different in each corner as follows: Seal #1: "Help Fight Tuberculosis"; Seal #10: "Protect Your Home From Tuberculosis"; Seal #91: "Tuberculosis is Preventable"; Seal #100: "Tuberculosis is Curable". Printer's Mark: An extra row of vertical shading on the left of the girl's skirt on seal #60.

1935 Christmas Seals were printed by four printers, Eureka (WX76), Strobridge (WX77), U.S. Printing (WX77), and Columbian(WX77).

Christmas Seals are also known as TB Charity Seals, and are usually classified as Charity Seals, or Cinderella Stamps.

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