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The world through the eyes of a Philatelist in El Salvador by Melissa Guzman

$100.00

Stamps are these tiny art creations that represent the history, culture and story of a country which still draws people from all walks of life to collect these precious and historical designs.

El Salvador became an independent country from Spain in 1821. Stamps were first issued in El Salvador in 1867 with American influence designs, First made by the American Bank Note CO of New York representing the evolution of the colonial era in El Salvador.

This beautiful piece was made with Acrylics and hand sew real Salvadoran stamps carefully handpicked by Melissa from her extensive stamp collection.

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Handmade, one of a kind Stretched acrylic canvas with hand sew original stamp from El Salvador 

Dimensions: 14″X11″ 

Care Instructions: Keep Dry, Indoors

10% of the profits for this piece goes to:

TheDream.Us  – Learn more about this organization at https://thedream.us

The access to affordable education is not the same if you are not a permanent resident, Melissa knows the struggles she had to go though before she was able to become the amazing nurse she is now. The Dream.us opens the path for education for those of us that didn’t have the opportunity to apply for a scholarship or any financial support due to our immigration status. Education opens the path for all of us to contribute to our society no matter where you come from.

Weight 1 lbs

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