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1906 Pure Food and Drugs Act, Celebrate the Century 1900s First Day of Issue USA!

1906 Pure Food and Drugs Act, Celebrate the Century 1900s First Day of Issue USA!

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United States CTC, Celebrating the Century, 1900s,

1906 Pure Food and Drugs Act:
The Pure Food and Drugs Act of 1906 prohibited the interstate sale of any adulterated or misbranded food or drug. USPS

Celebrate the Century is a United States Postal Service limited commemorative postage stamp program that honors the most significant people, places, events and trends for each decade of the 20th century.

Issued February 3, 1998, Washington, DC,

First Day of Issue Cover, FDC,
Fleetwood Cachet, Ideal for Framing, Unaddressed,

Cover in Removable Transparent Poly Sleeve and Mailed With Protection,

Made in the USA

Genuine First Day of Stamp Issued Cover Cancelled on the First Day of Issue Date by the U.S. Postal Service,
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