NEW YORK A rare "Inverted Jenny" stamp stolen 61 years ago is set to be officially returned to the library that owns it by U.S. authorities on Thursday.
The 1918 24-cent U.S. stamp features an airplane mistakenly printed upside-down. It will be turned over to the American Philatelic Research Library during the World Stamp Show in New York, the office of Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara said.
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