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Psychedelic Jimi Hendrix artwork revealed Psychedelic Jimi Hendrix artwork revealed
A psychedelic approach is being used for the design of the new United States Jimi Hendrix commemorative forever stamp. (Read more...)

Washington Post publishes leaked CSAC working list ‘The Washington Post’ publishes stamp subject list for 2014-16
A list of approved United States stamp subjects for upcoming years has been leaked to The Washington Post. (Read more...)

John du Pont’s British Guiana collection to be auctioned John E. du Pont’s British Guiana collection to be auctioned in June
The award-winning collection of classic British Guiana formed by John E. du Pont will be auctioned by David Feldman June 27 in Geneva, Switzerland. (Read more...)

National Postal Museum Chief Curator Ganz to retire National Postal Museum Chief Curator Cheryl Ganz to retire
Cheryl R. Ganz is retiring from her position as chief curator of the Smithsonian National Postal Museum in Washington, D.C. (Read more...)

Tree postal card at March NYC show
The United States Postal Service will issue a new nondenominated (34¢) Tree forever postal card March 28 in New York City. (Read more...)

U.S. Postal Service limit on press sheet ordering lifted U.S. Postal Service limit on press sheet ordering lifted
The limit on how many press sheets collectors can purchase from the United States Postal Service has been lifted. (Read more...)

British Guiana 1856 1¢ Magenta to be sold British Guiana 1856 1¢ Magenta to be sold; Sotheby's to gavel stamp in NYC June 17
Last sold at auction in 1980, the world famous British Guiana 1856 1¢ Magenta will once again be gaveled down to a new owner. (Read more...)

Upcoming film to star Blue Mauritius Upcoming film to star famed Blue Mauritius; producers bill story as ‘heist of the century’
Stamps are heading to the big screen this year, in a new movie titled The Blue Mauritius. (Read more...)

Apfelbaum, Graham and Straight in APS hall
The American Philatelic Society has inducted three eminent philatelists into its hall of fame: Earl P.L. Apfelbaum, Richard B. Graham and David L. Straight. (Read more...)

This die-cutting-omitted error pane of 20 United States 28¢ Polar Bear stamps was discovered in an auction consignment in late 2013. The pane will be sold at auction in April by Michael E. Aldrich, Inc. 28¢ Polar Bear pane without die cuts surfaces in Arizona
Michael Aldrich, a dealer, auctioneer and U.S. revenue specialist based in Carefree, Ariz., contacted Linn’s about the new find, which he discovered in late 2013 while sorting through an auction consignment. (Read more...)

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