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Bat’s Private Post celebrates centennial of Four Horsemen

On March 6, Bat’s Private Post of Beverly Hills, California, issued a set of six stamps commemorating the centennial of the release of The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. The silent film released in 1921 propelled actor Rudolph Valentino to stardom.

8¢ and 60¢ stamps depict scenes from the filmwhile director Rex Ingram appears on a 10¢ value, screenwriter June Mathis on a second 60¢ stamp, and Valentino both on a $1.25 stamp with co-star Alice Terry and by himself on a $3 stamp.

Bat’s Private Post 8¢ & 60¢ stamps depicting scenes from The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
Bat’s Private Post The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse local post stamps
Bat’s Private Post stamps picturing Rex Ingram, June Mathis, Alice Terry, & Rudolph Valentino
Bat’s Private Post The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse local post stamps

For more information about these new local post stamps, you can write to:

Bat’s Private Post
PO Box 11175
Beverly Hills CA 90213-4175
United States of America

Published 2021-03-17 Last updated 2021-04-14

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