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ARCHITECTURE - 1982 (#2019)
 

  HISTORY    1957 (#1089)    1966 (#1280)    1969 (COMMEMORATIVE)    1982 (#2019)    1998 (#3182o)    2000 (#2302l)    2005 (#3910a)    2017 (M.I.) 

 
 
Original Illustration
Description: September 30, 1982 - 20c #2019 - American Architecture: Block of four commemorative stamps is the fourth and final set issued in the American Architecture series which began in 1979.  The four structures featured in this set focus on modern architecture: Frank Lloyd Wright, Fallingwater, Mill Run, Pennsylvania;  Mies van der Rohe, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL;  Walter Gropius, Gropius House, Lincoln, Mass.;  and Eero Saarinen, Dulles Airport, Washington, D.C.
       Fallingwater by Frank Lloyd Wright, Crayon on board.  Artist: Walter DuBois Richards,
Art director: Bradbury Thompson, First day of issue: September 30, 1982.  Elegant architecture typically makes beautiful stamp art as well. Walter DuBois Richards, designer of 37 stamps, created this impressive rendering of Frank Lloyd Wright's Pennsylvania masterpiece as part of a 16-stamp series honoring great accomplishments in American architecture.  Walter DuBois Richards graduated from the Cleveland School of Art and moved to New York in 1936, where he created illustrations for Madison Avenue advertising accounts and national publications.  A gifted draftsman, watercolorist, and lithographer, he has traveled the world on assignment for Life magazine, the U.S. Air Force, and many American corporations.  His paintings have been exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and are included in the permanent collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art, the New Britain Museum, and the Pentagon.  His 37 U.S. stamps include a series honoring 16 national architectural treasures.
       This stamp was issue on September 30, 1982.  Where as #1089 was issued on the 100th anniversary, this stamp was issued at the headquarters of the American Institute of Architects on the 125th anniversary.  Scott Catalog USA: #2019.

 

   
Date: 1982

Title: News Release

Description: “For Immediate Release.  August 17, 1982.  Philatelic Release No. 60.  Designs of American Architecture Stamps Disclosed.”  Includes information on the release, description and specifications of the set of four stamps.  Two sheets, four pages.  8.5 x 11.

ST#: 2019.98.0207

   
Date: 1982

Publication: American Architecture Stamp Poster for #2019-2022 (Produced by the US Postal Service.)

Author: US Postal Service

Description: "We have some grand designs for your future. By building a collection of U.S. stamps, you can become the architect of experiences that will stay with you forever. Start with this block of four stamps, the fourth in a series of stamps honoring American architecture. Available October 1." Illustration of a block of four stamps #2019-2022. Includes Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater #2019. In the background are line drawings superimposed over the photograph of Eero Saarinen’s Dulles Airport. "October is National Stamp Collecting Month. Poster: 483. Post: Sept. 25. Remove: Nov 1."

Size: 24 x 36

Pages: 1

ST#: 1982.35.0810

   
Date: 1982

Title: Stamp - 20c

Description: #2019-2022 Architecture, 1-4) Plate Block of four 20c Stamps #2019-2022, (Four Copies);  5-8) Block of four 20c Stamps #2019-2022 (Four Copies);  9) One 20c Stamp #2019 (One Copy).  Scott Catalog USA: #2019-2022.

ST#: 2019.01.0799 through 2019.09.0799

   
Date: Sheet 2019-2022

Title: Sheet - 20c

Description: #2019-2022 Architecture, Pane of 40 stamps.  Issued September 30, 1982.  10.5 x 11.  1 Sheet.

ST#: 2019.10.0699

   
Date: 1982

Title: USPO Publicity Photograph

Description: #2019-22 - 20c Fallingwater stamp.  “Copyright 1982 U.S. Postal Service.”  Glossy 4.1 x 3.5.

ST#: 2019.99.0207

   
 
Program Inside
Date: 1982

Title: Program #2019-2022

Description: "First Day of Issue American Architecture Stamps, The American Institute of Architects, Washington, D.C. September 30, 1982."  Issued at the headquarters of the American Institute of Architects on the 125th anniversary.  Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) cancelled September 30, 1982, Washington D.C.  Published by the U.S. Postal Service, Washington D.C.  Printed with metallic silver ink on cover.  5.5 x 9.5, opens to 12 x 9.5.

ST#: 2019.11.0699

   
Date: 1982

Title: Souvenir Sheet

Description: "American Architecture Commemorative Stamps."   Announcing the fourth set of four 20 cent Architecture Stamps.  Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by the U.S. Postal Service.  8 x 10.5"

ST#: 2019.12.0699 through 2019.14.0799

   
Date: 1982

Title: Commemorative Stamp Panel with illustration of Fallingwater, American Architecture. Produced by Architecture Collector Panels.

Description: "Buildings designed by the great architects of the 20th century made profound statements. Walter Groipius focused on new uses of space and materials, and Mies van der Rohe insisted that less is more. Youthful Eero Saarinen believed in free expression, while Frank Lloyd Wright advocated the need for harmony between living spaces in their environments." Fallingwater illustrated by Joseph Bertelli. One block of four stamps #2019-2022. Produced by Architecture Collector Panels.

Size: Sheet 10 x 13.

ST#:
2019.105.1117
   
Date: 1982

Title: Commemorative Sheet

Description: "American Commemoratives: Architecture."   Announcing the fourth set of four 20 cent Architecture Stamps.  Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) protected by a plastic sleeve.  Published by the U.S. Postal Service, Washington, D.C. September 30, 1982.  8.5 x 11.25".

ST#: 2019.15.0699 through 2019.17.0799

   
 
Detail from inside
Date: 1982

Publication: 1982 Mint Set

Author: United States Postal Service

Description: Mint Set of Commemorative Stamps, 1982. Includes Plate Block of American Architecture #2019-22, and descriptive text. Inside back cover includes an illustration of Fallingwater. Published by the United States Postal Service. (2019.102)

Size: 8.5 x 11.

Pages: 8

ST#: 2019.02.0307

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Add-on Cachets.

Description: "Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin." Two stamps, one Fallingwater (#2019) canceled "Washington, DC, Sep 30, 1982." Photograph of Taliesin, Spring Green. One of five cachets produced. Produced by Add-on Cachets. 6.5 x 3.75.

ST#: 2019.04.0512

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC and Infomation Sheet - Artcraft

Description: "American Architecture, Landmarks of our Heritage - 1982."  Falling Water, Mill Run, PA, By Frank Lloyd Wright.  Row of two 20c Stamps, Fallingwater (#2019), IIT (#2020)  (Five Copies), cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Includes "Postal Commemorative Society" Logo. Published by Artcraft.  Where as the standard FDC is an A6 Envelope (6.5 x 3.6"), these measure are larger (7.5 x 3.9").  FDC attached to the sheet by die cut slits.  Note, also have two copies of the second FDC in set with the other two stamps from this set.

ST#: 2019.19.0399 through 2019.23.0699

Description: Information Sheet:  "American Architecture, The Age of Innovators."  Information concerning the two stamps as well as the complete set of 16 architecture stamps.  Published by the Postal Commemorative Society (One Copy).  Note, also have same set for other two stamps in this set.

ST#: 2019.24.0699

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Artcraft

Description: Dual Cancellation.  "Frank Lloyd Wright, Prominent Americans Series."  Falling Water, Forest Lodge, Bear Run, PA.  1) Block of four 2c Stamps (#1280) cancelled June 8, 1966 Spring Green.  2) One 20c Fallingwater Stamp (#2019) cancelled September 30, 1982, Washington D.C.  Published by Artcraft.  (One Copy)

ST#: 2019.25.0399

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Artcraft

Description: "American Architecture, Series of 1982."  Includes illustration of all four buildings.  1) Plate block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (One Copy);  2-5) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (Four copies);  6-7) One 20c Fallingwater Stamp (#2019) (Two copies, one of which goes with a complete set of four).  All cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Artcraft.  (Seven Copies)

ST#: 2019.26.0399 through 2019.32.0699

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Artmaster

Description: "Architecture USA."  Includes illustration of all four architects.  1-2) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Artmaster.  (Two Copies)

ST#: 2019.33.0699, 2019.34.0999

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Artmaster

Description: "Architecture USA."  Includes illustration of all four architects. 1) One 20c Stamp (#2019) canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  One copy which goes with a complete set of four.  Published by Artmaster.  (One Copy)

ST#: 2019.95.1206

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Andrews

Description: Image of four stamps printed on FDC.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Andrews, #595 of 1,000. (One Copy)

ST#: 2019.37.0699

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Andrews

Description: “Frank Lloyd Wright, 1967-1959, Fallingwater, Mill Run, PA. Architecture USA 20c.”  1) One 20c stamp (#2019) canceled Sept 30, 1982 Washington DC. One copy which goes with a complete set of four.  #68 of 1000.  Published by Andrews Cachet, Box 1808, Asheboro, N.C. 27203.  (One Copy)

ST#: 2019.93.1206

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Aristocrat

Description: "20th Century American Architecture."  Includes illustration of all four architects plus brief text.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Aristocrat Cachets.  (One Copy)

ST#: 2019.35.0399

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Aristocrat

Description: "20th Century American Architecture."  Includes illustration of Fallingwater and Wright plus brief text about both.  1) One 20c Stamp (#2019) cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Aristocrat Cachets.  (One Copy)

ST#: 2019.36.0499

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Ashley

Description: "United States of America.  First Day of Issue.  Authentic Philatelic Cover."    1-2) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Ashley Cachet, Inc.  (Two Copies)

ST#: 2019.38.0599 through 2019.39.0599

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Bazaar (#510)

Description: "American Architecture."  Montage illustration of four structures.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Bazaar.  (One Copy)

ST#: 2019.40.0399

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - BR Cachets

Description: "L. W. Ray.  1928, White Castle.  The first successful use of porcelain enamel as an architectural material."  Illustration White Castle.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by BR Cachets, Sun Valley, CA.  #7 of 40.  (One Copy)

ST#: 2019.41.0399

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Carrollton

Description: "The work of Frank Lloyd Wright, one of America's most influential and creative architects, ranged from traditional buildings to ultra modern design."  Illustration of Wright's first stamp #1280, June 8, 1968.  Additional text about Fallingwater.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Carrollton CCV.  (One Copy)

ST#: 2019.42.0399

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Colonial

Description: "America Architects."  Illustration of four structures. 1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Colonial Cachet.  (Two Copies)

ST#: 2019.43.0399, 2019.44.0399

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Colorano Silk Cachet

Description: "American Architecture."  Illustration of Wright and Fallingwater on silk.  1-3) One 20c Fallingwater stamp (#2019).  (Three copies, one of which goes with a complete set of four.)   All cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Colorano.

 

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Colorano Silk Cachet

Description: "American Architecture."  Illustration of Wright and three other architects in series on silk.  4-8) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (Five copies).  All cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Colorano.

 

   
Date: 1982

Title: Information Sheet

Description: "American Architecture."  Information concerning the series and each stamp and architect.  Published by the R&R First Day Cover Club (Two Copies).

ST#: 2019.45.0399 through 2019.52.0699

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Cover Craft

Description: "Architecture USA.  FallingWater, Architect, Frank Lloyd Wright's Pennsylvania retreat."  Illustration of Fallingwater.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022)  Cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Cover Craft Cachets, Paterson N.J.   (One Copy)

   
Date: 1982

Title: Information Sheet - Cover Craft

Description: "Architecture Stamps."  Information concerning the architecture series.  Published by Cover Craft Cachets, Paterson N.J.   (One Copy)

ST#: 2019.53.0399

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Diamont

Description: "Modern Architecture.  Expressions in Steel, Concrete and Glass."  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022)  Cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Diamont.   (One Copy)

ST#: 2019.54.0399

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Doris Gold

Description: "Architecture."   Illustration of four architects and Statue of Freedom U.S. Capitol Building.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022)  cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Doris Gold Cachets.   (One Copy)

ST#: 2019.55.0699

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - DRC

Description: “American Architecture.  First Day of Issue.”  Illustration of Fallingwater by H.I. Swindall. 1) One 20c Stamp (#2019) canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  FDC hand painted and produced by D. Rick Chase, DRC Cachets, Waterloo, IA. #10 of 48.  (One Copy)

ST#: 2019.97.1206

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Elite

Description: "American Architecture."   Illustration of four structures.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022)  cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Elite.   (One Copy)

ST#: 2019.56.0399

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Ellis

Description: "Architecture USA."   Animated cartoon.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022)  cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Ellis.   (One Copy)

ST#: 2019.57.0399

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Farnam

Description: "American Architecture.  Fallingwater.  Frank Lloyd Wright 1867-1959."   Illustration of Wright and Fallingwater.  1-2) One 20c Fallingwater stamp (#2019).  (Two copies, one of which goes with a complete set of four.)   Both cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by House of Farnam.   (Two Copy)

ST#: 2019.58.0399, 2019.59.0399

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Farnam

Description: "American Architecture."   Illustration of four architects with the Guggenheim Museum in the background.  1) Plate block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (One Copy);  2-4) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (Three copies).  All cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by House of Farnam.   (Four Copy)

ST#: 2019.60.0399 through 2019.63.0499

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Farnam LE

Description: "American Architecture.  Fallingwater.  Frank Lloyd Wright 1867-1959.  Mill Run, Pennsylvania."   (Limited Edition)  Illustration of Wright and Fallingwater.  1-2) One 20c Fallingwater stamp (#2019), printed on a beige envelope.  (Two copies, one of which goes with a complete set of four.)   Both cancelled September 30, 1982 Mill Run, PA.  Published by House of Farnam.   (Two Copy)

ST#: 2019.64.0499, 2019.65.0599

   
Date: 1983

Title: FDC - Farnam LE

Description: "American Architecture.  American Postal Arts Society, Limited Edition."   Illustration of four architects with the Guggenheim Museum in the background, printed on a beige envelope.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022)  (One copy), cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by House of Farnam.  (One copy)

ST#: 2019.66.0399

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Farnam

Description: “1857 - 1957.  Celebrating the Founding of the American Institute of Architects.  First Day Cover. This quality engraved design was produced by House of Farnum Cachets for the 100th Anniversary of the American Institute of Architects in 1957.  Cachet Classics.”  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022)  (One copy), cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by House of Farnam.  (One copy)

ST#: 2019.92.1206

   
 
Fleetwood Back
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Fleetwood

Description: "Fallingwater.  Frank Lloyd Wright's organic architecture proved that man can live in harmony with nature."  Illustration of Fallingwater by Donald Moss.  1-3) One 20c Fallingwater stamp (#2019).  (Three copies, one of which goes with a complete set of four.)   4) "Dulles International Airport."  Plate block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022).  All cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Fleetwood. (Four Copies)

ST#: 2019.67.0399 through 2019.70.0599

 

 

Description: "Fallingwater."  Information concerning Wright and Fallingwater. 

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC PC - Franklin

Description: "Benjamin Franklin Stamp Club. One 20c Stamp (#2019) canceled October 6, 1982, Tioga, PA. Published by Benjamin Franklin Stamp Club. One of a set of four Post Cards (2019-22) 4 x 6 Post Card. (2019.100)

ST#: 2019.00.0407

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - GAMM

Description: "Architecture.  U.S.A. Series 1982."  Illustration of Lever Brothers Building, New York City.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Gamm.  (One Copy)

ST#: 2019.71.0399

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Fulton

Description: “American Architecture Series. 1979 - 1982. #82-15.”  Illustration reprints four stamps.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022)  2) Plate block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022), both canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by RJT Fulton, NY.  (Two Copy)

ST#: 2019.94.1206, 2019.96.1206

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Gill Craft

Description: "American Architecture.  The 20th Century Saw A Dramatic Change In Architecture Style."  Illustration of four buildings. 1) Plate block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (One Copy)  2) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (One Copy), both cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Gill Craft.   (Two Copies)

ST#:  2019.72.0399, 2019.73.0599

   
 
Gold Information sheet
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Gold

Description: "American Architecture, Fallingwater - Mill Run, Penna."  One 22 Kt gold replica encased in plastic, One 20c Fallingwater stamp (#2019) cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by the Postal Commemorative Society.  (Five copies, one of which goes with a complete set of four.)  Where as the standard FDC is an A6 Envelope (6.5 x 3.6"), these are larger (7.5 x 4.25").  (Five Copies)

 

Title: Information Sheet

Description: "American Architecture, Fallingwater - Mill Run, Pennsylvania."  Information concerning Wright and the stamp.  Published by the Postal Commemorative Society (One Copy).  Note, have sheets for other three stamps in this set.

ST#: 2019.74.0699 through 2019.78.0699

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Ham (#124)

Description: Dual cancellation.  Stylized Bob Morse illustration combining Fallingwater and the Guggenheim Museum plus two other buildings.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) and one 2c Wright (#1280) (One Copy) dual cancellations September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Ham, Hand Colored, #32 of 384.  (One Copy)

ST#: 2019.79.0399

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - JD

Description: "First Day of Issue.  American Architecture."  Illustration of four buildings.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (One Copy) cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by JD (Jack Davis).  (One Copy)

ST#: 2019.80.0399

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - JNC

Description: "American Architecture."  Illustration of Delaware County Court House.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (One Copy) cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Jean Nichols Cachet (Hand Colored).  (One Copy)

ST#: 2019.81.0399

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Metropolitan

Description: "Metropolitan FDC Society."  Engraving of older buildings.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (One Copy) cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Metropolitan FDC Society #80 of 200.  (One Copy)

ST#: 2019.82.0399

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Mercer Museum.

Description: "Tools of the Nation Maker. Mercer Museum, Doylestown, PA 18901." Cancelled at "Folk Fest, Mercer Museum Station, Doylestown, PA 18901, May 14, 1983." One of set of four #2019-2022. Produced by the Mercer Museum.

ST#: 2019.03.0211

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - New Direxions

Description: "American Architecture."  Stylized illustration.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (One Copy) cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C. Published by New Direxions.  (One Copy)

ST#: 2019.83.0699

   
 
Reader’s Digest Page/FDC Back
Date: 1982

Title: FDC & Presentation Sheet - Readers Digest.

Description: “September 30, 1982,  Washington D.C.  Frank Lloyd Wright Was an American Original.”   Information sheet and FDC.  Information on Wright and his work written by Edgar Tafel.  Includes two photographs and four illustrations.  FDC - One 20c Fallingwater Stamp (#2019) canceled September 30, 1982, Washington D.C.   Published by The Reader’s Digest Association, Inc.  13.5 x 10.5.  (Two Copies)  (2019.101)

ST#: 2019.91.1106, 2019.01.0207

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Reader's Digest

Description: "American Architecture."  Engraving of Fallingwater.  1-2) One 20c Fallingwater Stamp (#2019) cancelled September 30, 1982, Washington D.C.   Published by Reader's Digest.  (Two Copies)

ST#: 2019.84.0299, 2019.85.0499

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Ruskin

Description: "Architecture.  Ornamentation is the principle part of architecture, considered as a subject of fine art."  Stylized illustration.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (One Copy) cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by K.M.C. Venture #151 of 400.  Where as the standard FDC is an A6 Envelope (6.5 x 3.6"), this one is larger (7.5 x 3.8").  (One Copy)

ST#: 2019.86.0699

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Sarzin.

Description: Photographic montage of the four stamps.  Photograph is attached to the FDC.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (One Copy) cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Sarzin.  Where as the standard FDC is an A6 Envelope (6.5 x 3.6"), this one is larger (7.5 x 3.8").  (One Copy)

ST#: 2019.87.0399

   
 
SOS FDC Information Sheet
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - SOS. 

Description: "Commemorating America's Architecture - Its Ever Changing & Most Enduring Legacy."  Large illustration of the stamp.  1) One 20c Fallingwater Stamp (#2019) cancelled September 30, 1982, Washington D.C.  Published by SOS Covers.  (One Copy)

ST#: 2019.88.0499

 

Title: Information Sheet

Description: "Final block in Architecture series."  Information concerning Wright, Fallingwater and the series.  Published by SOS Covers.  (One Copy)

 

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - TM Historical

Description: "1982 Architecture.  Fallingwater designed by Frank Lloyd Wright."  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (One Copy) cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by T.M. Historical Covers #50 of 65.   (One Copy)

ST#: 2019.89.0399

   
Date: 1982

Title: FDC - Tutor House

Description:  Illustration of four architects.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (One Copy) cancelled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Tutor House.   (One Copy)

ST#: 2019.90.0399

   
   
   
2017 MARSHALL ISLANDS
   


Date: 2017

Title: Marshall Islands Fallingwater 2017.

Description: "$1.50. Marshall Islands. 150th Anniversary of the Birth of Frank Lloyd Wright. C444. Original Painting: Don Moss." Text bottom right within stamp: "C444. (1-1) © 2017." Text on right: "Marshall Islands Postal Service Authority." Souvenir Sheet Mint. The Marshall Islands is an island country and a United States associated state near the equator in the Pacific Ocean. During World War II, the United States took control of the islands in 1944. Full sovereignty was achieved in a Compact of Free Association with the United States. Marshall Islands is a republic in free association with the United States, with the US providing defense, subsidies, and access to U.S.-based agencies such as the Federal Communications Commission and the United States Postal Service. The country uses the United States dollar as its currency. There is not a Scott reference number at this time. Sheet: 4.3 x 3.4. Stamp: 3.125 x 2. 

ST#:
2017.28.0119
   
   
   
 

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