I have six sheets of these red French stamps available. To be honest, I'm not sure what you'd use them for, but they are delightfully 'shabby chic' with the glue wondrously aged and the randomness of the black postal frankings. The most common date I saw at a glance was 1910. Frame as is or have them professionally cut into mats to frame your French postcards! There are 260 10-centimes French stamps on each paper sheet. The paper looks more white in the photos but it's actually a warm aged "golden" color from the glue. The French woman I got these from said her father could not stand to throw away stamps on letters received, so he meticulously removed and collaged each individual stamp onto the paper sheet to save them. He collage these with no border on the left side but there is the center fold border and a right border.
Everyone's computer screen is calibrated differently and so I'll just say that these stamps are various shades of red: some seem almost pink and some seem to have overtones of orange-red. Each sheet measures about 17 inches across and 13 inches down. I will mail the sheet folded in the center as they have been for the past 100 years but will layer and protect the sheet to ensure it is not creased anywhere else en route during shipping!
While writing the above description I realized that I could easily cut each sheet in two: 130 stamps on a "half" sheet. If you would love a half-sheet at half price, message me and I'll make a new listing for you. Otherwise, I'm going to keep them in their original sheet size.
I have green stamp sheets listed here: https://www.rubylane.com/item/274812-8741/Antique-French-Green-5-Centimes-Stamp
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