IRVING BERLIN - STAMP(S) SIGNED - HFSID 202402
Sale Price $270.00
America's greatest songwriter.
Plate block of four 4-cent U.S. stamps honoring the 150th anniversary of Louisiana statehood signed: "Irving Berlin". The Louisiana stamp, issued on April 30, 1962, pictures a Mississippi Riverboat. The Broadway musical Louisiana Purchase, music and lyrics by BERLIN, opened at the Imperial Theatre on May 28, 1940 and ran for 444 performances. It became a motion picture in 1941. The musical lampoons Huey Long and his stronghold on Louisiana politics and stars, on stage and screen, Victor Moore as U.S. Senator Oliver P. Loganberry. Affixed to 4¾x3 board, which has a painted red border. Glue stains on verso, no show through, tiny chip in upper left corner of red border. Light glue stains at mid-horizontal and vertical perforations touching the "B".
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