Condition: New, Mint
Grade: Never Hinged
Size: 1-3/4" x 1-7/16" (approx.)
Following the bankruptcy filing by Chrysler, it was
announced on May 6th that the third largest of America's "big 3" automakers will
not (allegedly) pay back the seven billion dollar loan by U.S. taxpayers. (It was
also mentioned in the same newscast that you can plan on kissing the $1.5B loaned to
Chrysler Financial goodbye, too.) Hence, this commemorative and intentionally
sarcastic Cinderella denoting both the companies default in trust to customers and monies from taxpayers alike.
Day of Issue: May 6, 2009.
These collectible stamps are produced in the highest quality and in the time-honored
tradition of fine philatelic collectibles, in full color on archival quality
dry-gummed (moisture activated adhesive) paper.
Printed and perforated (U.S. Std. 12-67 ga.) in the
United States of America
The Olathe Poste, Olathe, Colorado
shown is representative of overall appearance of all the stamps available through this
offer. Centering may vary from stamp to stamp.
International - Politics - Topical
- Automotive - Cars - Finance -
TARP - Bailout - Viper - Cinderella