And yet, she certainly didn't want to throw them away. They retained their worth and could still be used, of course, but they also held an intrinsic value, especially the oddball ones; the ones that looked old or unique. Of course, my friend knew she hadn't stumbled upon her retirement fund, but the stamps were far too interesting to just shove back into a drawer.
|National Letter |
Fortunately, this isn't the first time we've needed to identify something odd with very few clues. In this case, a reverse Google Image search seemed to be the best method. After scanning and uploading the images, I found the website Arago: People, Postage and The Post, the online database of the Smithsonian National Postal Museum.
|Blanche Stuart Scott|
~ Allison, Adult Services