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Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park Quarter and Stamp Set

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This fantastic stamp and coin set features an unused 1959 U.S. stamp as well as a 2012 uncirculated U.S. minted quarter. It is an essential part of any volcano fan's collection!

In 1898, Hawaiʻi became a U.S. territory. In 1916, what is now Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park was established and in 1959, Hawaiʻi became a state.  The stamp depicts King Kamehameha I and the eight Main Hawaiian Islands, and was a 7-cent stamp when issued. The quarter depicts the erupting cinder cone of Puʻuʻōʻō.

Set created by the National Parks Quarter Program.

Sku: 3001823

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