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Extras

The 14-cent American Indian stamp is a favorite with collectors, and several non-stamp items have been produced to commemorate it.

Souvenir Card

See a Stampshow '89 souvenir card featuring an impression of the United States 14-cent American Indian stamp.

Chicago Bank Cover

See a United States 14-cent American Indian stamp used by itself on a cover mailed from a Chicago, Illinois, bank on August 28, 1924.

First Day Cover

See a United States 14-cent American Indian stamp on a first day cover postmarked in Muskogee, Oklahoma, on May 1, 1923.

Souvenir Sheet

The Oklahoma Philatelic Society issued a souvenir sheet reproducing the 14¢ American Indian stamp for its 1947 annual convention.

USS Marblehead Parcel Fragment

This parcel fragment bearing a 14¢ American Indian stamp was mailed from the USS Marblehead to the Navy Department’s Bureau of Navigation in Washington, D.C., in 1927.

USS Maryland Parcel Fragment

This parcel fragment bearing a 14¢ American Indian stamp was mailed from the USS Maryland to the Navy Department’s Bureau of Navigation in Washington, D.C., in 1929.

Oklahoma Silver Jubilee Cover

Mailed with a single copy of the 14¢ American Indian stamp, this cover bears a cachet celebrating the Oklahoma Silver Jubilee held in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in 1932.

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