Golden Olympic Stamps

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In this section, you will find Golden Replicas of U. S. First Day of Issue Postage Stamps featuring Olympic related events.
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This golden U. S. stamp features the “step-over” hurdling technique first developed by A. C. M. Croone of Oxford University in about 1885.
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Ice Dancing, which is featured on this golden U. S. stamp, developed out of the Vienna Skating Club’s adaptation of the waltz in the 1880s. Has been an Olympic sport since 1976
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Olympic Ice Hockey, which is pictured on this golden U. S. stamp, is a tournament filled with tension and excitement.
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Nordic skiing, which is pictured on this golden U. S. stamp, is one of the most physically demanding of all Winter Olympic events. Also know as cross-country, Nordic ski races range from 5 to 50 kilometers.
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Ice hockey, which is pictured on this golden U. S. stamp, is the most action-packed sport of the Winter Olympics. It is also one of the most hotly contested events of the Games.
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Golden Replica of the Olympic Track and Field Hurdles First Day of Issue Stamp (NTFDGOLD0015)
This golden U. S. stamp features the “step-over” hurdling technique first developed by A. C. M. Croone of Oxford University in about 1885. It calls for a straight lead leg, with the body leaning low and trailing leg folded flat. Using the “step-over”, Olympic hurdlers achieve a smooth rhythm that does not disrupt forward progress. As a result, they finish the race in times that are only a few seconds more than an all-out sprint. For example, only 1.84 seconds divide the winning times for the women’s 100-meter dash and the 100-meter hurdles.

This stamp was first issued by The Postal Commemorative Society on July 12, 1991. The stamp was designed by Joni Carter of Los Angeles, California.

You will receive an envelope that includes the gold stamp along with a canceled postage stamp. It addition, you will receive an information card with facts as to why this Commencement stamp was created.
This golden U. S. stamp features the “step-over” hurdling technique first developed by A. C. M. Croone of Oxford University in about 1885.
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Golden Replica of the Winter Games Ice Dancing First Day of Issue Stamp (NTFDGOLD0037)
Ice Dancing, which is featured on this golden U. S. stamp, developed out of the Vienna Skating Club’s adaptation of the waltz in the 1880s. An Olympic sport since 1976, it is a more artistic, less athletic version of pairs skating. Ice skating is highly interpretative, and may tend toward the classical or the avant-garde. Its movements emphasize beauty and fluid grace rather than strength. Spins are forbidden, as is skating apart from one’s partner. The Olympic ice-dancing competition is held over a three day period. Each performance receives two marks from the international panel of judges, one for technical merit and one for artistic impression.

This stamp was first issued by The Postal Commemorative Society on January 6, 1994. The stamp was designed by Lon Busch of St. Louis, Missouri.

You will receive an envelope that includes the gold stamp along with a canceled postage stamp. It addition, you will receive an information card with facts as to why this Commencement stamp was created.
Ice Dancing, which is featured on this golden U. S. stamp, developed out of the Vienna Skating Club’s adaptation of the waltz in the 1880s. Has been an Olympic sport since 1976
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Golden Replica of the Winter Games Ice Hockey First Day of Issue Stamp (NTFDGOLD0039)
Olympic Ice Hockey, which is pictured on this golden U. S. stamp, is a tournament filled with tension and excitement. At the beginning, there were twelve national teams divided into two groups. Round-robin competition whittles the field to four semi-finalists, and eventually to two finalists who play in the gold medal game. The style of play in Olympic hockey is fluid and controlled. Players take advantage of the wide rink to sling long passes. Defense becomes more critical since the wide rink gives the offensive team more room to maneuver. Teams are awarded two points for a victory, and one point for a tie.

This stamp was first issued by The Postal Commemorative Society on January 6, 1994. The stamp was designed by Lon Busch of St. Louis, Missouri.

You will receive an envelope that includes the gold stamp along with a canceled postage stamp. It addition, you will receive an information card with facts as to why this Commencement stamp was created.
Olympic Ice Hockey, which is pictured on this golden U. S. stamp, is a tournament filled with tension and excitement.
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Golden Replica of the Winter Games Nordic Skiing First Day of Issue Stamp (NTFDGOLD0038)
Nordic skiing, which is pictured on this golden U. S. stamp, is one of the most physically demanding of all Winter Olympic events. Also know as cross-country, Nordic ski races range from 5 to 50 kilometers. There are four individual events and one relay each for men and women. Half of the Nordic events are classic style races. The athlete must kick his or her skis straight back, keeping them parallel to the track. No gliding is permitted. Free-style skiing, which is about 10% faster, is used for in the other half of the races. The technique resembles a speed skating stride, a diagonal push with the inside edge of the weight-bearing ski.

This stamp was first issued by The Postal Commemorative Society on January 6, 1994. The stamp was designed by Lon Busch of St. Louis, Missouri.

You will receive an envelope that includes the gold stamp along with a canceled postage stamp. It addition, you will receive an information card with facts as to why this Commencement stamp was created.
Nordic skiing, which is pictured on this golden U. S. stamp, is one of the most physically demanding of all Winter Olympic events. Also know as cross-country, Nordic ski races range from 5 to 50 kilometers.
$9.99
Golden Replica of the Winter Olympics Ice Hockey First Day of Issue Stamp (NTFDGOLD0031)
Ice hockey, which is pictured on this golden U. S. stamp, is the most action-packed sport of the Winter Olympics. It is also one of the most hotly contested events of the Games. Among the teams traditionally in metal contention are those from the Soviet Union, the United States, Canada, Sweden, and Czechoslovakia. Canada, which won the first Olympic gold medal for ice hockey in 1920, is also the birthplace of the sport. Soldiers stationed around Kingston, in the province of Ontario, are credited with inventing the game in the mid-1800s. It quickly became a national pastime and spread to other countries.

This stamp was first issued by The Postal Commemorative Society on January 11, 1992. The stamp was designed by Lon Busch of Ellisville, Missouri.

You will receive an envelope that includes the gold stamp along with a canceled postage stamp. It addition, you will receive an information card with facts as to why this Commencement stamp was created.
Ice hockey, which is pictured on this golden U. S. stamp, is the most action-packed sport of the Winter Olympics. It is also one of the most hotly contested events of the Games.
$9.99
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