Mister Rogers and more to be taken off sale: Week’s Most Read
By Linn’s staff
It's time to catch up on the week that was in stamp-collecting insights and news.
Linn’s Stamp News is looking back at its five most-read stories of the week.
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5. Color changeling or genuine variety? A look at what an expertizer digs in to when trying to determine whether a color is genuine, a changeling or something else.
4. Italy's 1923 overprint definitives for Saseno: The set of eight stamps for use on the largest Albanian island forms a complete country collection.
3. U.N. Languages stamps revised; original print run destroyed: The United Nations Postal Administration's 18 World Languages stamps had to be revised after a few inaccuracies were discovered.
2. The innovation that changed U.S. stamps forever: Inside Linn’s: Also this week, Saudi Arabia’s Medina commemorative issue of 1925 and forming specialized collections with Luxembourg’s first issue.
1. Mister Rogers and more to be taken off sale March 31: Eleven United States stamp issues will be taken off sale at post offices, branches and other sales outlets on March 31.
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