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Nature of America

The 12-year Nature of America series of United States stamps is coming to an end. With its interesting pane layouts and wonderful artwork, this popular stamp series broke new ground. The final pane, showing a Hawaiian Rain Forest, will be issued in September.

Along with information about next month's U.S. stamps, this newsletter offers a look at the recent Sunday Funnies first-day ceremony, a feature about stamps celebrating the Expo 2010 in Shanghai, and another on India achieving independence in 1947. You'll also find a preview of the next issue of Scott Stamp Monthly.

Happy collecting!

Jay Bigalke
Linn's Online Editor

Mother Teresa space U.S. commemoratives for September include 44¢ Mother Teresa stamp

The United States Postal Service has three stamp issues on its schedule for September. These are the final U.S. commemoratives planned for release in 2010, with two holiday stamp issues expected in October. (More...)
Funnies Stamp Event space July Sunday Funnies stamp event

Comics from the Sunday funnies page took center stage July 16 at Ohio State University in Columbus. Artists and representatives of the comic strips depicted on the five 44¢ Sunday Funnies stamps attended the event. (More...)
Linn's Wallpaper

Linn's Stamp News provides stamp images you can use as computer desktop wallpaper. This month Linn's features the 1955 10-peso Cliffs of Humahuaca stamp from Argentina (Scott 639). (View)

Scott Stamp Monthly space Trip to Mount Athos featured in October Scott Stamp Monthly

Robert Lamb recently visited Mount Athos, the center of Eastern Orthodox monasticism, and shares his experiences with readers of Scott Stamp Monthly. (More...)
Expo 2010 in Shanghai space Expo 2010 in Shanghai

Stamps showing structures shaped like a rabbit, a giant kettle, an ice cube and sand dunes reflect the architectural diversity of the national pavilions at Expo 2010 in Shanghai, China. (More...)
India space India, the world's most populous democracy, celebrates its independence anniversary

Aug. 15 marks the 63rd anniversary of Indian independence, which was gained from Great Britain in 1947. India, a nation of nearly 1.2 billion people speaking 22 languages, is the world's most populous democracy. (More...)
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