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Stamps return to 'Jeopardy!'
As it does from time to time, the long-running television game show Jeopardy! introduced a new stamp category for the episode broadcast Feb. 17: "Singers on Postage Stamps." (Read more...)

Born Feb. 18: Louis Comfort Tiffany Born Feb. 18: Louis Comfort Tiffany
Louis Comfort Tiffany was born Feb. 18, 1848, the son of Charles Lewis Tiffany (1812-1902), who founded Tiffany and Co (Read more...)

Stamps.com reports record quarter in 2014: Morning Report
Linn's Stamp News gives you a quick look at what's going on in the world of stamp-collecting. (Read more...)

USPS looking for new trucks; ‘Save Our Postal Service’
Those boxy long-life Grumman trucks that have been the United States Postal Service’s primary residential delivery vehicle for almost 30 years may finally be getting a replacement (Read more...)

UPS to USPS: more financial transparency is necessary
United Parcel Service is a fierce competitor. (Read more...)

American classics sell at Rumsey American classics sell at Rumsey's winter sale
Schuyler J. Rumsey Philatelic Auctions held its winter sale in San Francisco on Dec. 8-13. The sale was originally slated to wind up on Dec. 11, but a weather-related power outage forced a two-day postponement of the final session. (Read more...)

2015 ASDA Midwest Postage Stamp Show set for March
The following is a release from the American Stamp Dealers Association: (Read more...)

Theft of USPS trailer might have delayed holiday mail to service members
The theft of a U.S. Postal Service-contracted tractor-trailer might have caused delays in holiday mail delivery to U (Read more...)

London London's four-day Stampex show opens Feb. 18
The popular spring Stampex show for 2015 will open Wednesday, Feb. 18, at 11:30 a.m. (Read more...)

Columbian broken hat variety Columbian broken hat variety
United States — The broken hat variety of the 1893 2¢ brown Landing of Columbus stamp (Scott 231) was once listed in the (Read more...)

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