Selling one Uncirculated 1960 4c Boy Scout Jubilee Stamp #1145. See below for info on stamp.Questions welcome. Check out my other items. We are happy to offer combined shipping and will revise the invoice to reflect the cheapest shipping cost given the number of items sold. Comes from SMOKE-FREE HOMESelling the Actual item depicted in the pictures as shown in "Gallery" picture. Remaining pictures are provided for further details. Please zoom in on the pictures and if you have any questions feel free to message me.U.S. #11451960 4¢ Boy Scout JubileeIssue Date:February 8, 1960City:Washington, D.C.Quantity:139,325,000Printed By:Bureau of Engraving and PrintingPrinting Method:Giori PressPerforations: 11Color:Red, dark blue and dark bisterU.S. #1145 stamp designer Norman Rockwell was a tremendously popular artist whose work was most commonly featured on the cover of the Saturday Evening Post and Boys’ Life.It was the second stamp issued in honor of the Boy Scouts of America, and was released for the 50th anniversary of the organization in America.The stamp design pictures 14-year-old Thornton Percival in a Scout uniform, giving the three-fingered Scout Salute.Rockwell used Percival and other local boys from Stockbridge, Massachusetts, in a series of illustrations commissioned by the Boy Scouts of America.Percival became nationally recognized as the “face of the Boy Scouts.”However, he never became a Scout.