Golden Christmas Stamps

Welcome to our Christmas Golden Replicas of U. S. First Day of Issue Stamps Section

In this section, you will find golden stamps featuring anything that has to with the Christmas holiday season.
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A portion of the 16th century masterpiece “A Gentleman in Adoration before the Madonna” is reproduced on this golden U. S. stamp.
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This golden U. S. Christmas stamp features a portion of the 15th century masterpiece “Madonna and Child with Donor”
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America’s Santa Claus, who is shown on this golden U. S. Christmas stamp, has gift-giving counterparts in almost all European nations.
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Near the top of toddlers “wish list” for Santa is a jack-in-a-box. One of the simplest and most enduring toys, it has delighted and amazed small children for countless generations.
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This 1993 golden U. S. Christmas traditional stamp features a detail from a Madonna and Child painting and is displayed in the North Carolina Museum of Art.
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Everyone knows “Santa Claus” sleigh is pulled by reindeer, like the one depicted on this golden U. S. stamp. On Christmas Eve, children listen eagerly for the sound of reindeer hooves landing on the rooftops of their homes.
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A snowman, like the one depicted on this contemporary golden U. S. Christmas stamp, reinforces nostalgic recollections of America’s holiday season.
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The toy soldier on this contemporary golden U. S. Christmas stamp marches into an imaginary fray carrying his trumpet. He evokes wonderful images of the holiday season.
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Golden Replica of the Christmas 1987 – Madonna and Child First Day of Issue Stamp (NTFDGOLD0008)
A portion of the 16th century masterpiece “A Gentleman in Adoration before the Madonna” is reproduced on this golden U. S. stamp. It is the work of Giovanni Battista Moroni (c. 1525-1578), an Italian renaissance artist know for his portraits of tradesmen, aristocrats, and religious figures. Many of Moroni’s religious works can still be seen on the altars of churches in his hometown of Bergamo. Moroni’s portraits are notable for their candor and insight into the inner personality of the subject.

This stamp was first issued by The Postal Commemorative Society on October 23, 1987. The stamp was designed by Bradbury Thompson of Riverside, Connecticut.

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.
A portion of the 16th century masterpiece “A Gentleman in Adoration before the Madonna” is reproduced on this golden U. S. stamp.
$9.99
Golden Replica of the Christmas 1991 Madonna and Child First Day of Issue Stamp (NTFDGOLD0032)
This golden U. S. Christmas stamp features a portion of the 15th century masterpiece “Madonna and Child with Donor”. It is the work of Italian Renaissance painter Antoniazzo di Benedetto, known as Antoniazzo Romano (1440-1526). Antoniazzo was the first important artist born in Rome in more than a century. Many well-known artists strongly influenced Antoniazzo’s career. Nearly all of his paintings expand upon religious themes. Today, Antoniazzo’s work can be seen in cathedrals throughout Italy, the Pantheon, and Palazzo Venezia. They are also displayed in leading international museums.

This stamp was first issued by The Postal Commemorative Society on October 17, 1991. The stamp was designed by Bradbury Thompson of Riverside, Connecticut.

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. Christmas stamp features a portion of the 15th century masterpiece “Madonna and Child with Donor”
$9.99
Golden Replica of the Christmas 1991 Traditions of Christmas First Day of Issue Stamp (NTFDGOLD0033)
America’s Santa Claus, who is shown on this golden U. S. Christmas stamp, has gift-giving counterparts in almost all European nations. Some of his other names are Father Christmas (England), Père Noël (France), Weihnachtsmann (Germany), and St. Nicholas (Holland). Santa Claus came to America as St. Nicolas with the first Dutch settlers. In America, the Dutch traditions of St. Nicholas gradually mixed with those of other immigrant groups. Over the years, his name changed by popular pronunciation to Sinta Clas and then to Santa Claus.

This stamp was first issued by The Postal Commemorative Society on October 17, 1991. The stamp was designed by John Berkey of Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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.
America’s Santa Claus, who is shown on this golden U. S. Christmas stamp, has gift-giving counterparts in almost all European nations.
$9.99
Golden Replica of the Christmas 1993 Jack-in-the-Box First Day of Issue Stamp (NTFDGOLD0049)
Near the top of toddlers “wish list” for Santa is a jack-in-a-box like the one featured on this contemporary golden U. S. Christmas stamp. One of the simplest and most enduring toys, it has delighted and amazed small children for countless generations. The name of the European toy maker who devised the first jack-in-the-box has been lost in history. It is known however, that the toy dates back at least as far as the 16th century. Jack-in-the-boxes were favorite playthings in Victorian England and 19th century America. They are simple wooden boxes with a latched lid.

This stamp was first issued by The Postal Commemorative Society on October 21, 1993. The stamp was designed by Peter Good of Chester, Connecticut.

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.
Near the top of toddlers “wish list” for Santa is a jack-in-a-box. One of the simplest and most enduring toys, it has delighted and amazed small children for countless generations.
$9.99
Golden Replica of the Christmas 1993 Madonna and Child First Day of Issue Stamp (NTFDGOLD0051)
This 1993 golden U. S. Christmas traditional stamp features a detail from a Madonna and Child painting and is displayed in the North Carolina Museum of Art. It is the work of Italian Renaissance master Giovanni Battista Cima (1459-1517). His manner of painting changed little over the years. It was fully developed from his earliest dated work, a 1489altarpiece created for San Bartolomeo in Vicenza. Cima is known for his use of landscape and airy, luminous colors. Key elements of his style are clearly evident in his Madonna and Child. His forms are smoothly finished and the painting’s overall mood is calm.

This stamp was first issued by The Postal Commemorative Society on October 21, 1993. 

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 1993 golden U. S. Christmas traditional stamp features a detail from a Madonna and Child painting and is displayed in the North Carolina Museum of Art.
$9.99
Golden Replica of the Christmas 1993 Reindeer First Day of Issue Stamp (NTFDGOLD0005)
Everyone knows “Santa Claus” sleigh is pulled by reindeer, like the one depicted on this golden U. S. stamp. On Christmas Eve, children listen eagerly for the sound of reindeer hooves landing on the rooftops of their homes. The description of Santa’s team of reindeer first appeared in A visit from St. Nicholas, Dr. Clement Moore’s famous 1822 Christmas poem.

This stamp was first issued by The Postal Commemorative Society on October 21, 1993. The stamp was designed by Peter Good of Chester, Connecticut.

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.
Everyone knows “Santa Claus” sleigh is pulled by reindeer, like the one depicted on this golden U. S. stamp. On Christmas Eve, children listen eagerly for the sound of reindeer hooves landing on the rooftops of their homes.
$9.99
Golden Replica of the Christmas 1993 Snowman First Day of Issue Stamp (NTFDGOLD0004)
A snowman, like the one depicted on this contemporary golden U. S. Christmas stamp, reinforces nostalgic recollections of America’s holiday season. It is the view portrayed in the art of Currier & Ives, Grandma Moses, Norman Rockwell, and others. The snowman has also become a familiar character in Christmas lore. In 1950 a song was written about one that came to life with the addition of a magical silk hat.

This stamp was first issued by The Postal Commemorative Society on October 21, 1993. The stamp was designed by Peter Good of Chester, Connecticut.

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.
A snowman, like the one depicted on this contemporary golden U. S. Christmas stamp, reinforces nostalgic recollections of America’s holiday season.
$9.99
Golden Replica of the Christmas 1993 Toy Soldier First Day of Issue Stamp (NTFDGOLD0006)
The toy soldier on this contemporary golden U. S. Christmas stamp marches into an imaginary fray carrying his trumpet. He evokes wonderful images of the holiday season, particularly of the classic Christmas-time ballet, The Nutcracker. The story takes place on Christmas Eve. Two children, Clara and Fritz, are given a very special nutcracker by a family friend, Herr Drosselmeyer. During the night, Clara wakes to find a full-scale battle in progress. The nutcracker is leading an army of toy soldiers against an army of mice.

This stamp was first issued by The Postal Commemorative Society on October 21, 1993. The stamp was designed by Peter Good of Chester, Connecticut.

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.
The toy soldier on this contemporary golden U. S. Christmas stamp marches into an imaginary fray carrying his trumpet. He evokes wonderful images of the holiday season.
$9.99
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