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Breaking Stamp News
Feldman sues estate of Qatari sheikh who bid on du Pont's British Guiana stamps
The sheikh loved exotic parrots, Islamic art, expensive watches and rare stamps.
Federal duck stamp price to jump from $15 to $25 in 2015
USPS inspector general questions Sunday delivery program
There are more United States Postal Service trucks on the streets on Sundays this holiday season, and many of them are delivering packages from Amazon, the online retailing giant.
U.S. Postal Service offers new details about 2015 program
The United States Postal Service has provided new issue date and location information for some of its previously announced 2015 stamps, and revealed that a new variety of the 1¢ Bobcat self-adhesive coil will be issued Feb. 21.
Hendrix absent from USPS yearbook
The 2014 Stamp Yearbook
from the United States Postal Service will be short one subject when it goes on sale Dec. 10.
Globe-trotting Ruth Goldway ousted as PRC chairman
Congressional anger over the global travels of Postal Regulatory Commission chairman Ruth Goldway has apparently ended her reign at the federal agency that regulates postal services.
Just Move stamps still in storage; new fitness stamps expected
United States stamps promoting physical activity for youngsters, printed for 2013 and subsequently blocked from release because of design concerns, are still stuck in storage.
Special Olympics, Robert Robinson Taylor, Martin Ramirez stamps to be issued in 2015
Three previously unannounced stamps for 2015 have been added to next year’s United States stamp program.
Winter Fun stamped envelopes temporarily unavailable
One of the three packs of 10 United States Winter-themed forever stamped envelopes issued Oct. 1 were temporarily removed from sale.
Fraud alert from the American Philatelic Society
The American Philatelic Society alerted its members Nov. 17 via e-mail of a fraud alert.
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