FREE 10 HITLER STAMPS! (Jan, 1952)



Mail coupon at once. We’ll send you this fascinating set of 10 Hitler stamps. Differnt sizes, colors, values. NO COST TO YOU. Stamps were issued by short-lived nation of Bohemia-Moravia. Much sought after. Now becoming SCARCE. Our supply is limited. Don’t ask for more than one set. We’ll also include other interesting offers for your inspection – PLUS a FREE copy of our helpful, informative book, “How to Collect Stamps.” This speccial offer may have to be withdrawn soon – so rush coupon NOW to: Littleton Stamp Co., Dept. PM-1, Littleton. N.H

  1. STEVEN DALE says: February 11, 20068:16 am

    i would like the book ”how to collect stamps plus the free hitiler stamps

  2. samuel gauthier says: February 3, 20113:05 pm

    i would like the free stamps please 😀 my name is samuel gauthier my adress is 139 normand in st-eustache in quebec in canada and my postal code is j7p3v3

  3. Firebrand38 says: February 3, 20113:10 pm

    samuel gauthier: To paraphrase Mr. T in Rocky III, “Don’t give this chump no stamps, give him a calendar!”

    Not only the company but the founder are still around it seems.

  4. Toronto says: February 3, 20114:03 pm

    Samuel: It’s a very old ad, reprinted here from a magazine from 1952. “To meet demand Sundman had to hire 20 new full-time employees in 1950 and 1951, during which time he exhausted the world’s supply of the Hitler stamps…”

    Read more:…

    Firebrand: This seems to have NOT been one of the evil stamp companies that followed with stamps sent on spec later (and bills for those later still…)

    I believe I’ve mentioned here before that I made the down payment on my house due to stamps – misprinted stamps which I happened to have purchased several unbroken sheets of through dumb luck.

  5. Firebrand38 says: February 3, 20115:17 pm

    Toronto: Yeah, once upon a time young Firebrand got in trouble by sending away for a “free” banana shaped stamp from Tonga. Soon thereafter the other stamps began to arrive every month. Along with the bill. And me with no source of income.

  6. Toronto says: February 3, 20118:12 pm

    A banana shaped stamp? Sounds appealing.

  7. Firebrand38 says: February 3, 20118:35 pm

    Toronto: It was. Actually the first peel and stick stamp. Wasn’t worth the trouble I got into to with Firebrand, Senior.

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