The Stamp Stories Newsletter - Issue #3

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The Stamp Stories Newsletter
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Happy holidays all! This is the last issue of 2021! We hope you enjoy it!

Time Machine
I would spend so much time with the above visual archive that allowed me to explore stamps by year. Sadly, the only way to see it via this link at Archive.org. However James Bone from the Archives Canada recently shared an alternative. You can read all about it here.
Once it was like bigfoot...
Plate 2 does exist!
Plate 2 does exist!
This was a shocking share by collector Andrew Strunga. In Unitrade, when you look up stamp #1250 you will see the below message
Unitrade nots that Plate 2 had never been seen.
Unitrade nots that Plate 2 had never been seen.
According to Andrew, he found the sheet on e-bay not even realizing it was Plate2 until it showed up. It was thought that only 50 or so sheets of Plate 1 with the traffic lights exist, so this Plate 2 variety is likely even rarer! See all the photos and more here.
Canada Collection 2021
I recorded a tour of the latest annual album from Canada Post. Enjoy!
Collection Canada 2021 from Canada Post
Collection Canada 2021 from Canada Post
Christmas Stamps 1970
Complete set of 12 stamps from 1970 Christmas Issue
Complete set of 12 stamps from 1970 Christmas Issue
Our last Podcast episode goes back to the iconic 1970 Christmas issue. It was the first Canadian issue to depict Santa and Jesus. Learn the whole story behind the stamps by listening on your fave podcast app by heading to http://stampstories.ca/listen.
Happy hoildays everyone! See you in 2022!
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