Millions Of Dollars Of Posta History and American History on display at ARIPEX 2012 and open to the general public for FREE.
Online PR News – 20-February-2012 – – Fountain Hills, AZ, February 20, 2012 -- FREE Admission To The General Public.
Several major artifacts of American History the will be on display to the General public at ARIPEX 2012 - FREE admission - on February 24 to February 26, 2012 at Mesa Centennial Hall, located at 263 N. Center St., Mesa, AZ 85201.
These are major items of American history with the three having been shown at the Smithsonian in Washington…… multiple times.
These items, worth many millions of dollars, will be on display Firday and Saturday from 10:00am to 6:00pm and Sunday from 10:00am to 3:00pm
CSPAN American History has picked up ARIPEX as a major American History event….. they will be there with their bus on Saturday as will the artist that designed the new Arizona Statehood Stamp…. he will sign them for a small donation to UMOM.
AMERICA'S BIRTHDAY CARD!! Letter to John Hancock in Philadelphia postmarked (New) York, July 4 (1776), America’s birthday!
That day John Hancock was signing the Declaration of Independence…… of all things!! The letter is unique and has never been on display west of the Mississippi.
Block of four of America’s most famous and valuable United States Stamp stamp the inverted Jenny printed by error in 1918 valued in excess of $2,500,000.
Extensive history and details at (you are approved to copy anything in this subject to reference): http://www.siegelauctions.com/2005/901/901.pdf
Pony Express Cover Stolen from the only Pony rider to be killed by the Indians. Recovered 21 months after the attack and put in the mails to complete its trip. Marked “delayed by Indian attack……” The most famous of the few remailng artifacts of Amewrica's most famous mail carriers.
Extensive info (may be coppied if sourced) on this specific item at : http://www.rfrajola.com/features/stolenpony/stolen.htm
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