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2023 U.S. Stamp Program

Nov 8, 2022, 8 AM
Linn's 2022 U.S. Stamp Program provides details about USPS products released in 2023, including stamps showing Chief Standing Bear, waterfalls, woodland animals and more.

*January?, Year of the Rabbit. One (60¢) forever commemorative stamp, pane of 20; Lunar New Year series.

*January?, Love. Two (60¢) forever special stamps, pane of 20; puppy, kitten.

*?, To Be Announced. One Priority Mail definitive stamp, pane of four; American Landmarks series.

*?, Great Smoky Mountains. One Priority Mail Express definitive stamp, pane of four; American Landmarks series.

*January?, Freedom U.S. Flag. Possibly six (63¢) forever definitive stamps (one design), pane of 20, double-sided pane of 20, coils of 100, 3,000 and 10,000.

*January?, Ernest J. Gaines. One (63¢) forever commemorative stamp, pane of 20; Black Heritage series.

*?, Floral Geometry. Single $10 stamp, pane of four.

*?, Pinatas. Four (63¢) forever definitive stamps, double-sided pane of 20.

*?, Red Fox. Two 40¢ definitive stamps (one design), pane of 20, coils of 3,000 and 10,000.

*?, Sailboats. Four (48¢) postcard-rate definitive stamps (two designs), pane of 20 and coil of 100; single sailboat, two sailboats.

*?, Thinking of You. Five (63¢) forever commemorative stamps, pane of 20.

*Spring?, Tulip Blossoms. Ten (63¢) forever definitive stamps, double-sided pane of 20.

*?, Chief Standing Bear. Single (63¢) forever commemorative stamp, pane of 20.

*?, Endangered Species. Twenty (63¢) forever commemorative stamps, pane of 20; Laysan teal, black-footed ferret, Roanoke logperch, thick-billed parrot; candy darter, Florida panther, masked bobwhite quail, Key Largo cotton mouse, Lower Keys marsh rabbit, Wyoming toad, Vancouver Island marmot, golden-cheeked warbler, Guam Micronesian kingfisher, San Francisco garter snake, Mexican gray wolf, Attwater’s prairie chicken, Nashville crayfish, piping plover, desert bighorn sheep and Mississippi sandhill crane.

*?, Railroad Stations. Five (63¢) forever commemorative stamps, pane of 20; Tamaqua Station in Pennsylvania; Point of Rocks Station in Maryland; Main Street Station in Richmond, Va.; Santa Fe Station in San Bernardino, Calif.; and Union Station in Cincinnati, Ohio.

*?, Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Single (63¢) forever commemorative stamp, pane of 20.

*?, Toni Morrison. Single (63¢) forever commemorative stamp, pane of 20.

*?, Roy Lichtenstein. Five (63¢) forever special stamps, pane of 20; Standing Explosion (Red), 1965; Modern Painting I, 1966; Still Life with Crystal Bowl, 1972; Still Life with Goldfish, 1972; and Portrait of a Woman, 1979.

*?, Waterfalls. Twelve (63¢) forever special stamps, pane of 12; Arizona (Deer Creek Falls), California (Nevada Fall), Pennsylvania (Harrison Wright Falls), Wyoming (Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River), Hawaii (Waimoku Falls), Utah (Stewart Falls), New York (Niagara Falls), Virginia (Dark Hollow Falls), Tennessee (Grotto Falls), Washington (Sunbeam Falls), Illinois (LaSalle Canyon Waterfall) and North Carolina (Upper Falls).

*?, Women’s Soccer. Single (63¢) forever commemorative stamp, pane of 20.

*Fall?, Snow Globes. Four (63¢) forever special stamps, double-sided pane of 20; snowman, Santa, deer, tree.

*Fall?, Winter Woodland Animals. Four (63¢) forever special stamps, double-sided pane of 20; deer, rabbit, owl and fox.

*?, School Bus. Two (24¢) additional-ounce definitive stamps (single design), pane of 20 and coil of 100.

*?, Patriotic Block. One (5¢) nonprofit definitive coil stamp, coils of 3,000 and 10,000.

*Asterisks precede entries with new or changed information. New/changed information is presented in bold italics.

Stamp printing contractors are identified in the listings using the following abbreviations: AP (Ashton Potter USA Ltd.), and BCA (Banknote Corporation of America).

Details of each issue listed in this program are given in the cited issues of Linn’s. Stamps are self-adhesive unless otherwise noted.


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