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Issue 15: February 11, 2010 Sign me up for the newsletter
Jay Bigalke, Editor


Relentless wintry weather affected much of America in January and February, but snow was part of the fun in Park City, Utah, when the 44¢ Olympic Winter Games stamp was issued Jan. 22. I had a chance to attend the stamp's first-day ceremony, along with snowboarding athletes and their hardy fans.

This month’s Linn's newsletter includes photos from that event, along with information about new U.S. stamps that will be issued in March, features on cats and Charlemagne, and a preview of the next issue of Scott Stamp Monthly.

Snowy days are perfect for staying inside and enjoying your collection – and to catch up on the latest stamp news with Linn's and Scott Stamp Monthly.

Jay Bigalke
Linn's Online Editor

Abstract art space Abstract art, Bill Mauldin, on U.S. stamps for March

Collectors can look forward to two United States stamp issues in March. (More...)
Cats space Many cool cats to appear on this year's stamps

Many postal administrations ushered in the Year of the Tiger with a roar, but some are bringing in the year with a meow, issuing stamps featuring domestic cats. (More...)
Linn's Wallpaper

Linn's Stamp News provides stamp images you can use as computer desktop wallpaper. This month Linn's features the 1999 heart-shaped 3-franc stamp from France (Scott 2697) with the image of a rose in the center. (View)

Scott Stamp Monthly space NPM stamp preservation techniques in April Scott Stamp Monthly

Spun polyester slings, Gore-Tex sandwiches and Plexiglas platforms are just a few of the techniques employed by Helen Young to prepare stamps and other philatelic artifacts for display in the National Postal Museum exhibit. (More...)
Snowboarding space Park City hosts snowboarders, first-day ceremony for Olympics stamp

A snowboarder is depicted on the 44¢ Olympic Winter Games stamp issued Jan. 22 in Park City, Utah. There was no better place for the stamp to be issued. (More...)
Charlemagne space Charlemagne, the Father of Europe

When you heard your history teacher say that the Holy Roman Emperor Charlemagne was the Father of Europe, he was probably speaking figuratively. (More...)
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