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Joseph Pulitzer Prize Stamp on Framable Panel Vebell Art
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ATTENTION UNITED STATES COMMEMORATIVE, AND TOPICAL COLLECTORS OF PHILATELIC ART AND JAPOS ON STAMPS. Josef Pulitzer (1847-1911) was the Hungarian-born newspaper publisher who began his career in 1883 when he bought the New York World. He endowed the School of Journalism at Columbia University, and created the Pulitzer Prizes for achievement in journalism and literature. In 1947, the USPO commemorated the 50th anniversary of the first Pulitzer Prize. A F-VF MNH copy of Scott No. 946 is encapsulated on this scarce, limited edition, framable display panel from the prestigious Postal Commemorative Society, which commissioned the famous artist and illustrator Victoria Vebell to paint the original watercolor from which this print is created. It measures 9"x10" and is ideal for framing. Made of heavy cardstock, it is in pristine condition. BUY IT NOW for only $9.99 plus $3.01 S&H to any domestic address via flat First Class Mail. International airmail and/or insurance extra. Send cash, check or money order only to InveSTamps, Inc., 240 Saddle Creek Trail, Alpharetta, GA 30004 USA