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U.S. Stamps and Postal History
Upright $2 Jenny Invert pane found in Wisconsin; tally at 19
A new find of the intentionally created upright variety of the United States $2 Jenny Invert pane was found in Wisconsin in August.
Mint P3333 Art Deco Bird plate number found
Mint examples of plate number P3333 have been found for the United States nondenominated (5¢) Art Deco Bird nonprofit coil stamp (Scott 4495). Collector Frank Covey of Illinois reported the find to
in late August.
Cities and towns competing for new residents and businesses
Towns using the mails to advertise for new residents or to lure businesses have been the subject of U.S. Stamp Notes columns of the past. Shown here are three more examples of covers that use the backs to promote towns.
George Bowlsby’s patent coupon essay
Since the day that I received my first Bowlsby coupon essay (Scott 63-E13) in an approval selection from Falk Finkelburg, it has been a favorite of mine. This small piece of paper has a fabulous story to tell.
Two stamps for Wilt Chamberlain
The upcoming Wilt Chamberlain commemorative issue will consist of two stamps, according to a Sept. 4 announcement by the United States Postal Service.
Border Craft cachets creator recalls the line’s brief history
In the mid-1960s, most first-day covers were printed in one color — often black — with stock photographs and illustrations.
Rumor of U.S. stamp excites Indian movie fans
The news appearing on Indian websites over the Labor Day weekend surely must have excited many of Tollywood’s fans, although the rumor turned out to be false.
U.S. Postal Service reveals $2 Jenny sales details
The United States Postal Service sold 112,605 panes of six $2 Jenny Invert self-adhesive stamps during the first 30 days of sale.
White Plains commemorative design proposer
Seldom are the reasons behind a postage stamp proposal revealed to stamp collectors in the proposer’s own words.
Breast Cancer Research semipostal with 2014 date
An offset-printed 2014-dated version of the United States Breast Cancer Research semipostal stamp will be issued in late September.
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