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Ekko stamp - late 1920's

Ekko stamps were sold to radio stations in the 1920's by the Ekko Company of Chicago. Stations would give them out
to listeners to verify reception much like a QSL card. The company went bankrupt in 1930 and many of the remaining
stamps were sold directly to the public. Up until the 1980's they were virtually worthless except to a few collectiors,
but with the advent of eBay, values for some of the rarer stamps have increased significantly.

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