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1984 Los Angeles Olympics maximum cards
with stadium postmarks - set of 39

1984 Los Angeles Olympics maximum card stadium postmarks - sets of 39
This is a set of 39 maximum cards produced by the USPS commemorating the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles. The Postal Service produced commemorative cancels (postmarks) for each of the 39 stadiums or venues where the various Olympic events were held. This set of 39 cards has the first day of use of each of the stadium cancels on either the Olympic torch card (pictured) or the card issued for a particular event such as swimming, cycling, archery, etc. The stamps on the cards are either the Jim Thorpe stamp (Scott 2089) or one of the newly-issued Olympic stamps (Scott 2051, 2070, 2085, C104, C108, and C112). SOLD. Be sure to ask about my many other Olympic stamps and covers, and also commemorative coins.