The festive season is upon us, and along with the merriment comes the annual exchange of holiday greetings and gifts. Even though virtual cards are popular, many still prefer to send a more personal message through the mail. Join Irv Osterer as he celebrates a philatelic festival of light with a comprehensive visual review of Hanukkah stamps and postmarks in this second part of the two-part series.
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