2002 U.S. Stamp Program

December 31, 2003 09:37 PM

  • Harry Houdini was honored on this U.S. Postal Service stamp issued on July 3, 2002.

Note: This is an edited version of the Linn's 2002 U.S. Stamp Program, updated from the Dec. 9, 2002 issue. Stamp images and information will be added or updated as they become available.

Jan. 8, Winter Sports. Four 34¢ self-adhesive stamps showing ski jumping (Scott 3552), snowboarding (3553), ice hockey (3554) and figure skating (3555), pane of 20; SSP; Park City, UT 84060; Linn's, Sept. 10, 2001, page 1; Nov. 19, 2001, page 1; Dec. 31, 2001, page 1; USPS item No. 451840 (pane); 451820 (block of four).

Jan. 10, Mentoring. Single 34¢ self-adhesive stamp promoting mentoring a child, pane of 20; SSP; Annapolis, MD 21401; Linn's, Sept. 10, 2001, page 1; Nov. 19, 2001, page 1; Jan. 7, page 1; April 1, page 8; USPS item No. 452240 (pane); 452220 (block of four); Scott 3556.

Feb. 1, Langston Hughes. Single 34¢ self-stick stamp, pane of 20; BCA; New York, NY 10199; Linn's, Sept. 10, 2001, page 1; Oct. 22, 2001, page 46; Nov. 19, 2001, page 1; Jan. 14, page 1; April 1, page 2; USPS item No. 452040 (pane); 452020 (block of four); Scott 3557.

Feb. 8, Happy Birthday. Single 34¢ self-adhesive stamp, pane of 20; AV; Riverside, CA 92507; Linn's, Sept. 10, 2001, page 1; Nov. 19, 2001, page 1; Jan. 21, page 1; USPS item No. 453640 (pane); 453620 (block of four); Scott 3558.

Feb. 11, Year of the Horse. Single 34¢ self-adhesive stamp, pane of 20; BCA; New York, NY 10199; Linn's, Sept. 10, 2001, page 1; Nov. 19, 2001, page 1; Jan. 28, page 1; USPS item No. 451940 (pane); 451920 (block of four); Scott 3559.

February, United We Stand. Single 34¢ self-adhesive stamp in two formats with "2002" year date (Scott 3549B); double-sided pane of 20 (convertible booklet format, Scott 3549Be) and vending booklet of 20 (Scott BK287); both SSP; Washington, DC 20066;Linn's, Feb. 18, page 26; March 18, page 8; USPS item No. 661840 (pane); 601340 (vending booklet).

March 16, U.S. Military Academy. Single 34¢ self-adhesive stamp, pane of 20; SSP; West Point, NY 10996; Linn's, Sept. 10, 2001, page 1; Nov. 19, 2001, page 1; Feb. 25, page 1; USPS item No. 452740 (pane); 452720 (block of four); Scott 3560.

April 4, Greetings From America. Fifty 34¢ self-adhesive stamps; designs after the large-letter postcards of the 1930s, pane of 50; SSP; New York, NY 10199; Linn's, Sept. 10, 2001, page 1; Oct. 22, 2001, page 1; Nov. 19, 2001, page 1; March 4, page 2; March 25, page 1; USPS item No. 562340 (pane); Scott 3561-3610.

April 26, Longleaf Pine Forest. Ten 34¢ self-adhesive stamps featuring flora and fauna native to a longleaf pine forest, Nature of America series, pane of 10; SSP; Tallahassee, FL 32301; Linn's, Sept. 10, 2001, page 1; Nov. 19, 2001, page 1; April 15, page 1; Oct. 14, page 2; USPS item No. 452840 (pane); Scott 3611a-j.

May 31, American Toleware. Single 5¢ coil stamp, American Design series; roll of 10,000; SSP; McLean, VA 22101; Linn's, March 4, page 24; April 22, page 12; May 20, page 1; USPS item No. 778120 (strip of five); 778130 (strip of 25 with plate number); Scott 3612.

June 7, Heroes of 2001. Single nondenominated (34¢+11¢) semipostal stamp, pane of 20; AP; New York, NY 10199; Linn's, Dec. 31, 2001, page 2; Jan. 28, page 1; March 25, page 2; June 3, page 1; June 17, page 2 and page 26; USPS item No. 566020 (block of four); 566040 (pane); Scott B2.

June 7, Flag. Six nondenominated (37¢) stamps, single design: self-adhesive pane of 20 (AP, microprinted "USA" and small "2002" year date, Scott 3621), self-adhesive pane of 20 (convertible booklet format, BCA, microprinted "USPS" and small "2002" year date, 3623), self-adhesive double-sided pane of 20 (convertible booklet format) and self-adhesive vending booklet of 20 (both SSP, both with large "2002" year date, both 3624), self-adhesive coil of 100 (BEP, 3622), self-adhesive ATM pane of 18 (AV, 3625) and water-activated pane of 100 (SS, 3620); Washington, DC 20066; Linn's, April 29, page 1; May 27, page 1; Aug. 19, page 17; Sept. 23, page 10; USPS item No. 113820 (water-activated block of four); 113840 (pane of 100 with plate number); 563240 (self-adhesive pane of 20); 671140 (convertible pane of 20); 671640 (double-sided convertible pane of 20); 671240 (vending booklet of 20); 781140 (coil of 100); 563140 (ATM pane of 18).

June 7, Flag. Seven 37¢ stamps, single design: self-adhesive pane of 20 (AP, microprinted "USA" and small "2002" year date, Scott 3630); self-adhesive panes of 10 (AV, large "2002" year date, 3634) and 20 (BCA, microprinted "USPS" and small "2002" year date, 3635), both convertible booklet format; self-adhesive double-sided pane of 20 (convertible booklet format) and self-adhesive vending booklet of 20 (both SSP, both with large "2002" year date, both 3636); water-activated coils of 100, 3,000 and 10,000 (all three SSP, all three 3631); self-adhesive coils of 100 (BEP, die-cut gauge 10 vertically, 3632), 3,000 and 10,000 (both BCA, die-cut gauge 8½ vertically, 3633); only water-activated coil of 3,000 and self-adhesive coil of 10,000 available June 7; Washington, DC 20066; Linn's, April 29, page 1; May 27, page 1; Sept. 23, page 10; USPS item No. 562940 (pane of 20); 670940 (convertible pane of 20); 670840 (double-sided convertible pane of 20); 670640 (convertible pane of 10); 670740 (vending booklet of 20); 780530 (strip of 25 with plate number, water-activated coil of 100); 780630 (strip of 25 with plate number, water-activated coil of 3,000); 780730 (strip of 25 with plate number, water-activated coil of 10,000); 780140 (self-adhesive coil of 100); 780230 (strip of 25 with plate number, self-adhesive roll of 3,000); 780330 (strip of 25 with plate number, self-adhesive roll of 10,000).

June 7, Antique Toys. Four nondenominated (37¢) stamps, self-adhesive pane of 20 (convertible booklet format) and self-adhesive vending booklet of 20 (both AV) showing U.S. mail wagon (Scott 3626, both formats), steam locomotive (3627, both formats), taxi cab (3628, both formats) and fire engine (3629, both formats); Washington, DC 20066;Linn's, April 29, page 1; May 27, page 1; USPS item No. 671540 (convertible pane of 20); 671440 (vending booklet of 20).

June 7, George Washington. Four 23¢ stamps, water-activated pane of 100 (AP, Scott 3616), self-adhesive pane of 10 (convertible booklet format, AP) and self-adhesive vending booklet of 10 (AP, 3618, die-cut gauge 11¼ by 11, and 3619, die-cut gauge 10½ by 11) and self-adhesive coil of 100 (AV, 3617), only pane of 100 available June 7; Washington, DC 20066; Linn's, June 17, page 2; June 24, page 1; Aug. 12, page 39; USPS item No. 112920 (block of four from pane of 100); 112940 (pane of 100 with plate number); 671040 (pane of 10); 671840 (vending booklet of 10); 772041 (coil of 100).

June 7, Star. Three 3¢ stamps: self-adhesive panes of 50 ("2002" year date at bottom-left, offset, BCA, Scott 3613; "2002" year date at bottom-right, gravure, GL, Scott 3614) and water-activated coil of 10,000 (SSP, Scott 3615); Washington, DC 20066; Linn's,April 29, page 1; May 27, page 10; Oct. 28, page 2; USPS item No. 100440 (pane of 50, gravure); 100340 (pane of 50, offset); 781330 (strip of 25 with plate number).

June 7, Ribbon Star. Six 37¢ stamped envelopes, single design in No. 6¾, No. 9 and No. 10 sizes; Washington, DC 20066; Linn's, April 29, page 1; May 27, page 2; USPS item No. 264140 (No. 6¾ at 45¢); 264240 (No. 6¾ window); 214340 (No. 9 security); 205440 (No. 9 security window); 214140 (No. 10); 214240 (No. 10 window); Scott U649.

June 7, Carlsbad Caverns. Single 23¢ postal card, Scott UX381; Carlsbad, NM 88220;Linn's, April 29, page 1; May 27, page 2; USPS item No. 221140 (single card at 25¢); 221240 (single reply card at 50¢; Scott UY44).

June 13, Masters of American Photography. Twenty 37¢ self-adhesive stamps in pane of 20 (Scott 3649) depicting works of the following photographers: A.S. Southworth and J.J. Hawes (3649a); T. O'Sullivan (b); C. Watkins (c); G. Kasebier (d); L. Hine (e); A.L. Coburn (f); E. Steichen (g); A. Stieglitz (h); M. Ray (i); E. Weston (j); J. Van Der Zee (k); D. Lange (l); W. Evans (m); W.E. Smith (n); P. Strand (o); A. Adams (p); I. Cunningham (q); A. Kertesz (r); G. Winogrand (s); and M. White (t); Classic Collections series; SSP; San Diego, CA 92150; Linn's, Sept. 10, 2001, page 1; Nov. 19, 2001, page 1; Dec. 17, 2001, page 15; March 4, page 2; June 10, page 1; USPS item No. 562440 (pane).

June 27, John James Audubon. Single 37¢ self-adhesive stamp featuring illustration of scarlet and red tanagers, American Treasures series, pane of 20; SSP; Santa Clara, CA 95050; Linn's, Sept. 10, 2001, page 1; Nov. 19, 2001, page 1; June 17, page 1; USPS item No. 453320 (block of four); 453340 (pane of 20); Scott 3650.

July, Red Fox. Single $1 self-adhesive definitive stamp, die-cut gauge 11.75 by 11.1, 1998 design, pane of 20; Linn's, May 27, page 8; Sept. 16, page 8; Scott 3036a.

*July 1, Black Scoter. Two $15 federal migratory waterfowl hunting and conservation stamps issued by the U.S. Department of the Interior; water-activated pane of 20 (Scott RW69) and self-adhesive pane of one (RW69A); both BCA; Washington, DC 20006;Linn's, June 17, page 20; July 1, page 2; USPS item No. 332510 (single, water-activated adhesive); 332540 (pane of 20); 302640 (self-adhesive pane of one).

July 3, Harry Houdini. Single 37¢ self-adhesive stamp, pane of 20; AP; New York, NY 10199; Linn's, Sept. 10, 2001, page 1; Nov. 19, 2001, page 1; May 6, page 2; July 1, page 1; USPS item No. 452140 (pane of 20); Scott 3651.

July 12, Coverlet Eagle. Single 60¢ self-adhesive stamp; pane of 20; AP; Oak Brook, IL 60523; Linn's, April 29, page 1; July 1, page 16; USPS item No. 106030 (pane); Scott 3646.

July 26, Antique Toys. Eight 37¢ stamps, self-adhesive pane of 20 (convertible booklet format), self-adhesive vending booklet of 20 (both AV) showing U.S. mail wagon (Scott 3642, both formats), steam locomotive (3643, both formats), taxicab (3644, both formats) and fire engine (3645, both formats); and coil of 100 (BCA) showing steam locomotive (3638), U.S. mail wagon (3639), fire engine (3640) and taxicab (3641); Rochester, NY 14692; Linn's, April 29, page 1; July 22, page 1; USPS item No. 670440 (pane); 670540 (vending booklet); 780440 (coil of 100).

July 29, Edna Ferber. Single 83¢ self-adhesive stamp, pane of 20; BCA; Appleton, WI 54911; Linn's, April 29, page 1; July 22, page 1; USPS item No. 108320 (block of four); 108340 (pane); Scott 3433.

July 30, Jefferson Memorial. Single $3.85 self-adhesive stamp, pane of 20; BCA; Washington, DC 20066; Linn's, April 29, page 1; July 29, page 1; USPS item No. 112110 (single stamp); Scott 3647.

July 30, Capitol Dome. Single $13.65 self-adhesive stamp, pane of 20; BCA; Washington, DC 20066; Linn's, April 29, page 1; July 29, page 1; USPS item No. 112210 (single stamp); Scott 3648.

Aug. 2, Great Seal. Single 37¢ Official postage stamp, coil of 100; SSP; Washington, DC 20066; Linn's, April 29, page 1; July 29, page 10; USPS item No. 780820 (strip of five); 780830 (strip of 25 with plate number); Scott O159.

Aug. 2, Great Seal. Single 37¢ Official No. 10-size stamped envelope; Washington, DC 20066; Linn's, April 29, page 1; July 29, page 10; USPS item No. 218340 (single envelope at 45¢); Scott UO91.

Aug. 8, Graphic Eagle. Single nondenominated (10¢) stamped envelope, No. 10 size; Washington, DC 20066; Linn's, Sept. 16, page 2; USPS item No. 216440 (single envelope); Scott U650.

Aug. 9, Andy Warhol. Single 37¢ self-adhesive stamp, pane of 20; SSP; Pittsburgh, PA 15290; Linn's, Sept. 10, 2001, page 1; Nov. 19, 2001, page 1; Aug. 5, page 1; USPS item No. 453140 (pane); Scott 3652.

Aug. 15, Teddy Bears. Four 37¢ self-adhesive stamps showing a Bruin bear (Scott 3653), a stick bear (3654), a Gund bear (3655) and an Ideal bear (3656), pane of 20 (SSP) and four 23¢ picture postal cards (BCA), Ideal bear (UX382), Gund bear (UX383), Bruin bear (UX384) and stick bear (UX385); Atlantic City, NJ 08401; Linn's, Sept. 10, 2001, page 1; Oct. 29, 2001, page 1; Nov. 19, 2001, page 1; Aug. 12, page 1; USPS item No. 453540 (pane); 453563 (set of four FDCs at $3); 453566 (set of 20 picture postal cards at $9.25).

Aug. 16, Stylized Love. Two self-adhesive stamps: 37¢ in pane of 20 (convertible booklet format, BCA, Scott 3657) and 60¢ in pane of 20 (AV, 3658); Atlantic City, NJ 08401; Linn's, April 29, page 1; May 20, page 1; Aug. 12, page 1; USPS item No. 671740 (37¢ in pane of 20); 562820 (60¢ in block of four); 562840 (60¢ in pane of 20).

Aug. 19, Ogden Nash. Single 37¢ self-adhesive stamp featuring six of Nash's poems: "The Turtle," "The Cow," "Crossing the Border," "Kitten," "Limerick 1" and "The Camel," Literary Arts series, pane of 20; AV; Baltimore, MD 21229; Linn's, Sept. 10, 2001, page 1; Nov. 19, 2001, page 1; Aug. 19, page 1; USPS item No. 452440 (pane); Scott 3659.

Aug. 24, Duke Kahanamoku. Single 37¢ self-adhesive stamp for the surfer and Olympian, pane of 20; AV; Honolulu, HI 96820; Linn's, Sept. 10, 2001, page 1; Nov. 19, 2001, page 1; Aug. 26, page 1, USPS item No. 453440 (pane); Scott 3660.

Sept. 13, American Bats. Four 37¢ self-adhesive stamps featuring a red bat (Scott 3661), leaf-nosed bat (3662), pallid bat (3663) and spotted bat (3664), pane of 20; SSP; Austin, TX 78710; Linn's, Sept. 10, 2001, page 1; Nov. 19, 2001, page 1; Sept. 2, page 1; USPS item No. 453040 (pane).

Sept. 14, Women in Journalism. Four 37¢ self-adhesive stamps portraying Nellie Bly (Scott 3665), Ida Tarbell (3666), Ethel Payne (3667) and Marguerite Higgins (3668), pane of 20; SSP; Fort Worth, TX 76161; Linn's, Sept. 10, 2001, page 1; Nov. 19, 2001, page 1; Sept 9, page 1; USPS item No. 453240 (pane).

Sept. 15, Irving Berlin. Single 37¢ self-adhesive stamp, pane of 20; AV; New York, NY 10199; Linn's, Sept. 10, 2001, page 1; Nov. 19, 2001, page 1; Dec. 31, 2001, page 40; July 22, page 29; Sept. 16, page 1; USPS item No. 452340 (pane); Scott 3669.

Sept. 20, Neuter and Spay. Two 37¢ self-adhesive stamps, showing a kitten (Scott 3670) or a puppy (3671), pane of 20; SSP; Denver, CO 80202; Linn's, Sept. 10, 2001, page 1; Nov. 5, 2001, page 1; Nov. 19, 2001, page 1; Sept. 23, page 1; Oct. 14, page 15; USPS item No. 452520 (block of four); 452540 (pane); 452563 (set of two FDCs at $1.50 per set).

Oct. 10, Madonna and Child. Single 37¢ self-adhesive stamp picturing painting by Jan Gossaert, pane of 20 (convertible booklet format); BCA; Chicago, IL 60607; Linn's, Sept. 10, 2001, page 21; Sept. 16, page 11; Sept. 30, page 1; USPS item No. 670240 (pane); 670261 (FDC at 75¢); Scott 3675.

Oct. 10, Eid. Single 37¢ self-adhesive stamp using the 2001 design, pane of 20; AV; Washington, DC 20066; Linn's, March 4, page 2; Oct. 7, page 1; USPS item No. 563620 (block of four); 563640 (pane); 563661 (FDC at 75¢); Scott 3674.

Oct. 10, Hanukkah. Single 37¢ self-adhesive stamp using the 1996 design, pane of 20; AV; Washington, DC 20066; Linn's, March 4, page 2; Oct. 7, page 1; USPS item No. 563420 (block of four); 563440 (pane); 563461 (FDC at 75¢); Scott 3672.

Oct. 10, Kwanzaa. Single 37¢ self-adhesive stamp using the 1997 design, pane of 20; AV; Washington, DC 20066; Linn's, March 4, page 2; Oct. 7, page 1; USPS item No. 563520 (block of four); 563540 (pane); 563561 (FDC at 75¢); Scott 3673.

Oct. 15, Cary Grant. Single 37¢ stamp depicting screen actor, Legends of Hollywood series, pane of 20; SSP; Los Angeles, CA 90052; Linn's, Feb. 25, page 10; Aug. 5, page 1; Oct. 14, page 1; USPS item No. 452920 (block of four) 452940 (pane); 452984 (uncut press sheet at $44.40) 452961 (FDC at 75¢); Scott 3692.

Oct. 21, Sea Coast. Single nondenominated (5¢) self-adhesive coil stamp, American Scenes series, coil of 10,000; BCA; Washington, DC 20066; Linn's, Sept. 9, page 2; Oct. 21, page 10; USPS item No. 781430 (strip of 25 with plate number); 781461 (FDC at 77¢); Scott 3693.

Oct. 24, Hawaiian Missionaries Stamps. Four 37¢ stamps incorporating designs of the Hawaiian Missionaries stamps of 1851-52 (stamp showing Hawaii Scott 1, Scott 3694a; stamp showing Hawaii Scott 2, 3694b; stamp showing Hawaii Scott 3, 3694c; stamp showing Hawaii Scott 4, 3694d), souvenir sheet of four (3694); BCA; New York, NY 10199; Linn's, Sept. 10, 2001, page 1; Nov. 19, 2001, page 1; Oct. 21, page 1; USPS item No. 562240 (souvenir sheet); 562284 (uncut press sheet at $8.88); 562262 (FDC at $3.98).

Oct. 25, Happy Birthday. Single 37¢ self-adhesive stamp using the 2002 design, pane of 20; AV; New York, NY 10199; Linn's, Sept. 16, page 15; Oct. 21, page 8; USPS item No. 563720 (block of four); 563740 (pane); 563761 (FDC at 75¢); Scott 3695.

Oct 25, Greetings From America. Fifty 37¢ self-adhesive stamps using the 2002 designs, pane of 50; SSP; New York, NY 10199; Linn's, Sept. 2, page 1; Oct. 21, page 48; USPS item No. 564340 (pane); 564362 (FDC bearing full pane at $20.50); Scott 3696-745.

Oct. 28, Snowmen. Sixteen 37¢ self-adhesive stamps showing homemade holiday Christmas tree ornaments, pane of 20 (AV, snowman with red and green scarf, Scott 3676; snowman with blue scarf, 3677; snowman with pipe, 3678; snowman with top hat, 3679), self-adhesive linerless coil of 100 (GL, snowman with blue scarf, 3680; snowman with pipe, 3681; snowman with top hat, 3682; snowman with red and green scarf, 3683), double-sided pane of 20 (convertible booklet format, SSP, same design order as pane of 20, 3684-87), vending booklet of 20 (AV, same design order as pane of 20, 3688-91) and four 23¢ picture postal cards (BCA, same design order as pane of 20, UX386-89); Houghton, MI 49931; Linn's, Sept. 10, 2001, page 1; Nov. 19, 2001, page 1; Oct. 28, page 1; USPS item No. 562540 (pane); 562563 (set of four FDCs at $3); 670140 (double-sided pane); 670163 (set of four FDCs at $3); 670340 (vending booklet); 781240 (coil of 100); 781263 (set of four FDCs at $3); 562566 (set of 20 postal cards at $9.75).

*Asterisks precede entries with new or changed information. New/changed information is in bold italics.

Details of each issue listed in this program are given in the cited issues of Linn's.

Stamp printing contractors are identified in the listings using the following abbreviations: AP (Ashton Potter USA Ltd.), AV (Avery Dennison), BCA (Banknote Corp. of America), GL (Guilford Gravure), SSP (Sennett Security Products), SS (Sterling Sommer). Other stamps are from the U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP).

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A detailed sales catalog called USA Philatelic lists the prepackaged formats. It is free on request from Information Fulfillment, Dept. 6270, U.S. Postal Service, Box 419014, Kansas City, MO 64141-6014. USA Philatelic listings include formats and USPS item numbers other than those listed here.

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