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4 cent Christmas 1962 stamp with two candles and a wreath with a red bow

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Collection Objects

Holiday Celebrations Series Stamps

The “Holiday Celebrations Series” was begun in 1996 to reflect a different cultural or ethnic holiday each year. The first stamp in the series was the Hanukkah stamp on October 22, 1996.