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22¢ Stamp Collecting color-omitted error found lurking on cover 22¢ Stamp Collecting color-omitted error found lurking on cover
Sometimes you see something that eludes everyone else. (Read more...)

Mauritius 1847 Mauritius 1847 'Post Office' printing plate rediscovered
The copper printing plate for the famous 1847 "POST OFFICE" 1-penny and 2d stamps of Mauritius has been found after 80 years and will be displayed at (Read more...)

World Stamp Show-NY 2016 newsletter released
World Stamp Show-NY 2016 has released its seventh quarterly newsletter on the show’s website. (Read more...)

Caged bird flies free on Maya Angelou postmarks Caged bird flies free on Maya Angelou postmarks
Two pictorial first-day cancels for the forthcoming Maya Angelou commemorative stamp have been revealed by the United States Postal Service. (Read more...)

Japan reveals its joint issue with United States Japan reveals its joint issue with United States
The website of Japan Post is showing preliminary artwork for its half of the upcoming joint issue with the United States. (Read more...)

Mystic Stamp Co. discovers Circus souvenir sheet with missing gold error Mystic Stamp Co. discovers Circus souvenir sheet with missing gold error
The most controversial United States stamp issue of 2014 has been discovered sporting a dramatic error. (Read more...)

Maya Angelou stamp design, ceremony details revealed Maya Angelou stamp design, ceremony details revealed
The United States forever stamp honoring poet and author Maya Angelou will be issued April 7, with an 11 a.m. ceremony at the Warner Theater in Washington, D.C. (Read more...)

Circus souvenir sheet error found with missing gold imprint Circus souvenir sheet error found with missing gold imprint
The most controversial United States stamp issue of 2014 has been discovered sporting a dramatic error. (Read more...)

Say goodbye to the lick-and-stick U.S. stamp Say goodbye to the lick-and-stick U.S. stamp
It's a day that many stamp collectors have dreaded. (Read more...)

The world recognized Nimoy on stamps The world recognized Leonard Nimoy on stamps
Leonard Nimoy, the actor who achieved worldwide recognition as the science officer Spock on the original Star Trek television series, died Feb. 27 at age 83. (Read more...)

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