Missouri Statehood

Missouri Statehood Stamp

Admitted as the 24th state of the Union in 1821, celebrate Missouri’s bicentennial with this new stamp. The stamp image features the multi-story Bollinger Mill which dates to the Civil War period, as well as the Burfordville covered bridge—Missouri’s oldest remaining covered bridge.

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  • Route 66 Chain of Rocks Bridge Postcard

    Route 66 Chain of Rocks Bridge Postcard

    Crossing the Mississippi River just north of St. Louis, MO—the mile-long bridge was a significant landmark for travelers driving along historic Route 66 and today is part of the Route 66 Bikeway. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: Heavy-weight cardstock Finish: Matte finish for a … Read More

  • Combine Postcard

    Combine Postcard

    Combining four harvesting steps—reaping, threshing, gathering, and winnowing—in a single process, the combine is used to harvest grain crops such as wheat, oats, rye, barley, corn, soybeans, and more. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: 100lb card stock Finish: Crisp pebble-like textured finish — 38-03 … Read More

  • Greetings from Route 66 Missouri Map Postcard

    Greetings from Route 66 Missouri Map Postcard

    Once the shortest all-weather route between Chicago, IL and Los Angeles, CA – historic Route 66 travels through 8 states. In Missouri, the nearly 300-mile route crosses the state between Illinois and Kansas. Interstate-44 has replaced much of the historic road, though … Read More

  • Greetings from Missouri Postcard

    Greetings from Missouri Postcard

    Large letter “Greetings From” Missouri postcard featuring facts & trivia and the date of statehood in a cool retro design. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: Cardstock — 20-124 | © Christopher Arndt Images.