A Century of Dance (plus a giveaway!)

Illustrated with gorgeous historic and contemporary photographs of some of the greatest dancers and choreographers of the 20th century, A Century of Dance is the perfect gift for the dancer or dance lover in your life.

"A Century of Dance" is available from The Postal Store. Click image for more info.

“A Century of Dance” is available from The Postal Store. Click image for more info.

This unique 32-page softbound booklet includes seven collectible stamps:

  • Four Innovative Choreographers (Forever®) stamps issued in 2012, honoring Isadora Duncan, José Limón, Katherine Dunham, and Bob Fosse
  • Three stamps issued in 2004 honoring Alvin Ailey, George Balanchine, and Agnes de Mille

We have three copies of A Century of Dance to give away today. To enter all you have to do is send your name and address to uspsstamps [at] gmail [dot] com. Winners will be chosen at random. The deadline for entries is midnight EST, Wednesday, December 19. Good luck!


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