The wrapper is true vintage wax pack. A collector could plop down a nickel and buy a pack of stamps that included a large piece of gum, a variety of stamps and a Stamp Album ordering card.
The stamps were all put into a small sleeve. The sleeve had been sealed due to the age of the gum. The gum broke down and made something of a mess of the sleeve (the red stuff all over it):
But, with VERY careful scissor skills, I was able to extract the stamps! I ended up with five of them.
Hungary - 8f Magyar Posta - Features a brown tint image of a man carrying crops with a green house or homestead in the background. I tried searching for this stamp online, but could not find this exact one, so I can't tell you anything else about it. Any collectors out there?
Bulgaria - 3 hapoaha penybanka - I believe, after a LOT of searching, this is a 631 Series stamp featuring a bath house. Really, though, I have no idea.
India - 1A India Service - India 1950 Capital of Asokan Pillar - Wow, this one came up easily when I searched for "1a India Service Stamp."
Czechoslovakia - 60h Czechoslovakia - A quick search turn up a "circa" 1960 stamp featuring the Gothic Karlstejn (Karlstein) Castle.
Denmark - 1953 Danmark 30 ore Kongelig Royal Postal Stamp featuring King Frederick IX. This one actually has a great cancellation mark on it (at least to my untrained, unknowing-any-better eyes) from København (Copenhagen, I believe). NOTE: The scanner made the weird split near the bottom of the stamp. The actual stamp is not like that.