Unused vintage Telegraph Centenary postage stamps from 1944 featuring a telegraph pole with wires extending into the distance. Face value is 3¢ each.
U.S. Scott 924 was issued to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the first official telegraph. Its inventor, Samuel F.B. Morse, sent the transmission on May 24, 1844 from the Supreme Court chamber in the Capitol in Washington, D.C., to the B & O Railroad Depot in Baltimore, Maryland. The message was "What hath God wrought!” This phrase is included in the stamp design among the telegraph wires.
You will receive 25 total stamps - all in mint condition. Perfect for wedding envelopes, postcards, birthday invitations, scrapbooking or other crafts!
Face Value: 3 cents each
Year of Issue: 1944
All stamps are guaranteed authentic, unused, and ready for your envelopes!
Please note that stamps are separated into blocks/panes/singles to fit our rigid envelopes and keep shipping cost low. If you would like to receive your stamps as a full sheet, just message us through our Contact Form and we can arrange that for you.
Because these stamps are of a smaller denomination than the current postage rate, they can be used together or in conjunction with other vintage stamps to mail wedding invitations, party invitations, or just regular old snail mail!
3¢ Telegraph Centenary - Pack of 25 unused stamps from 1944
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