An extraordinary collection of stamps not available at any other place
in the world.
Every Cuban stamp collector should have this set in
The full set of Jose Marti on the stamps of the world. Twenty four
different stamps, unused,
all new, mint, never hung.
For Marti on Cuba stamps,
go to our 1902-1959 Category of Cuban Stamps.
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Includes the following countries:
Argentina 1995 (1)
China 1953 (1)
Colombia 1955 (3)
Costa Rica 1995 (1)
El Salvador 1953 (6)
España 1995 (1)
Hungría 1973 (1)
India 1997 (1)
México 1955 (1)
Nicaragua (1) 1983
Paraguay 1995 (2)
República Dominicana, tres series
diferentes, 1954, 1995, 2003.
José Julián Marti Pérez, born January 28, 1853,
he died in battle on May 19, 1895.
He is a Cuban national hero and an
important figure in Latin American literature.
In his short life he was a poet, an essayist,
a journalist, a revolutionary philosopher,
a translator, a professor, a publisher,
a political theorist.
While living in
New York he was the Consul of three Latin
American countries, Paraguay, Uruguay and
Argentina, all at the same time. He was a
columnist for the Philadelphia Enquirer,
editor of several newspaper and publications
in New York and around the Americas.
Through his writings and political activity,
he became a symbol for Cuba's bid for
independence against Spain in the 19th century,
and is referred to as the "Apostle of Cuban
Independence". From adolescence, he dedicated
his life to the promotion of liberty,
political independence for Cuba and
intellectual independence for all Spanish