Glade Creek Grist Mill stamp Sept. 29
The United States Postal Service plans to issue the $5.75 Glade Creek Grist Mill Priority Mail stamp Sept. 29.
A new United States $5.75 Glade Creek Grist Mill stamp will be issued Sept. 29 in Danese, W.Va.
The high-denomination stamp will pay the new domestic postage rate for the Priority Mail flat-rate envelope. That rate increased Sept. 7; the previous rate was $5.60.
It is unknown if a first-day ceremony is planned.
The Glade Creek Grist Mill is located within Babcock State Park in southern West Virginia.
The stamps will be issued in a pane of 10.
Five million stamps will be printed by Ashton Potter.
Press sheets, both with and without die cuts, will be available in a quantity of 500 of each type. Each press sheet will consist of six panes of stamps and sell for the face value of $345.
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