The 14-cent American Indian stamp is one of the most enduring designs in U.S. philately. Learn more about the history of this beautiful stamp.
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Philosateleian Post plans to issue a stamp on May 1, 2013, to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the 14-cent American Indian stamp.
Philosateleian Post issued a American Indian stamp on May 1, 2013.
This cover is a fine example of the 14¢ American Indian stamp paying postage on a two-ounce piece of registered mail.
Issued on May 1, 2013, Philosateleian Post’s 14¢ American Indian stamp commemorated the 90th anniversary of the American Indian stamp.
Two 14¢ American Indian stamps show plate scratches and a third has a gash or blob to the left of chief’s face.
The 14¢ American Indian stamp issued by the United States is pictured on a 1947 Oklahoma Philatelic Society souvenir sheet.
Philosateleia’s editor has added write-ups on two parcel fragments to his 14¢ American Indian exhibit.
Cacheted covers prepared in 1932 and 1934 made use of the 14¢ American Indian stamp.
These covers represent usage of the 14¢ American Indian stamp in 1937 and 1938.