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Charging almost $600 for a press sheet is an obscene act of greed from the USPS
How much would you be willing to pay for an uncut press sheet?
Who leaked CSAC working list of U.S. stamp subjects?
Last week, we reported that
The Washington Post
had obtained a Citizens’ Stamp Advisory Committee working list of United States stamp subjects for the years 2014-16 and beyond.
It’s time for another U.S. prestige booklet
The United States Postal Service broke new ground in 2000 when it issued its first souvenir, or prestige, booklet.
If you want stamps on your mail, ask
When was the last time you went to your local post office and asked the clerk behind the counter to use stamps on a parcel you had to mail?
Linn's website improvements bring faster reporting of the stamp news
Early in the morning of Jan. 27, I received an e-mail from a dealer in Ireland announcing that An Post, the Irish postal service, had abruptly withdrawn from sale its new stamp commemorating the Irish Citizen Army.
Will a new executive director reverse APS membership decline?
Last week we reported that the American Philatelic Society is seeking a new executive director.
U.S. Postal Service keeping mum about Jenny Invert pane sales figures
Why won’t the United States Postal Service disclose sales figures for the Jenny Invert pane?
Linn's column names change to adapt to the online world
Change, as they say, is the only constant. And so it is for us at
Linn’s Stamp News
Dress it up when you mail in your ballot
It’s been about a month since the 2013 United States Stamp Popularity Poll was announced in the pages of
Harry Potter stamps: lots of flash, little of substance
The Harry Potter stamps issued Nov. 19 represent a bold but ultimately misguided move to remake the United States stamp program.
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