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Mission: Each year the U.S. Postal Service issues commemorative stamps reflecting subjects of national significance and appeal. More than 160 years of stamp development has yielded an incredible archive of imagery and commentary reflecting American culture and society. Even in this fast-changing world, stamps are still a versatile and convenient method of postage. And stamp collecting is a lifetime hobby that is fun and educational for all ages. Stamp collecting is easy to start without a big investment. It is also a great way to learn about the world and its many wonders, opening the door to an exciting universe of history, science, geography, the arts, technology, and sports.

The Henry David Thoreau stamp. #ThoreauStamps
05/24/2017

The Henry David Thoreau stamp. #ThoreauStamps

Stamp collectors and other attendees line up to have their programs autographed following the dedication. #ThoreauStamps
05/24/2017

Stamp collectors and other attendees line up to have their programs autographed following the dedication. #ThoreauStamps

Ed Begley Jr. discusses the Walden Woods Project at the ceremony. #ThoreauStamps
05/24/2017

Ed Begley Jr. discusses the Walden Woods Project at the ceremony. #ThoreauStamps

Unveiling the Henry David Thoreau stamp are, from left, Marshall, Begley and Michael Lawson, chair of the town of Concor...
05/24/2017

Unveiling the Henry David Thoreau stamp are, from left, Marshall, Begley and Michael Lawson, chair of the town of Concord. #ThoreauStamps

Leo Roy, a Massachusetts conservation and recreation commissioner, addresses the audience at the Walden Pond State Reser...
05/24/2017

Leo Roy, a Massachusetts conservation and recreation commissioner, addresses the audience at the Walden Pond State Reservation Visitors Center. #ThoreauStamps

USPS General Counsel Tom Marshall, left, and actor Ed Begley Jr. display Henry David Thoreau stamp artwork before the Ma...
05/24/2017

USPS General Counsel Tom Marshall, left, and actor Ed Begley Jr. display Henry David Thoreau stamp artwork before the May 23 First-Day-of-Issue dedication ceremony. #ThoreauStamps

Today, the Postal Service will release a stamp to honor Henry David Thoreau. The First-Day-of-Issue ceremony will be hel...
05/23/2017

Today, the Postal Service will release a stamp to honor Henry David Thoreau. The First-Day-of-Issue ceremony will be held at the Walden Pond State Reservation Visitors Center in Concord, MA. #ThoreauStamps

The 2016 stamp program featured technological breakthroughs, historic milestones, and time-honored entertainers—all with...
05/12/2017
Redirect to Yearbook

The 2016 stamp program featured technological breakthroughs, historic milestones, and time-honored entertainers—all within the tiny constraints of a stamp. The 64-page hardcover 2016 Stamp Yearbook is brimming with thrilling stories, eye-catching design, and practical placeholders for preserving your favorite stamps from the year. Available while supplies last. www.usps.com/store/2016yearbook

Collectors! Commemorate the past year in stamps with the 2016 Stamp Yearbook. Celebrate 2016’s stamps and philatelic pro...
05/12/2017

Collectors! Commemorate the past year in stamps with the 2016 Stamp Yearbook. Celebrate 2016’s stamps and philatelic products with this beautifully designed coffee table book, sure to spark conversations about the people and moments that have shaped American life. Order your copy today online www.usps.com/store/2016yearbook or call 1-800-STAMP-24 (1-800-782-6724).

If you want to receive beautiful mail you’ve got to send beautiful mail. Start today by applauding someone’s new job or ...
05/08/2017

If you want to receive beautiful mail you’ve got to send beautiful mail. Start today by applauding someone’s new job or other life event using the Gifts of Friendship Notecard Set: www.usps.com/shop.
Tip: Begin by sharing how you envision their future success.

Do you know a recently engaged or married couple? Congratulate them using a card from the Love Skywriting Notecard Set: ...
05/08/2017

Do you know a recently engaged or married couple? Congratulate them using a card from the Love Skywriting Notecard Set: www.usps.com/shop.
Tip: Start by commenting on why you think they’re a perfect fit.

Mother’s Day is May 14. Let your mom, or a hard-working mom in your life, know you notice her sacrifices and devotion us...
05/08/2017

Mother’s Day is May 14. Let your mom, or a hard-working mom in your life, know you notice her sacrifices and devotion using the Vintage Rose and Tulip Notecard Set: www.usps.com/shop.
Tip: Begin your note with a cherished memory.

The Celebration Boutonniere stamp. #CelebrationStamps
05/05/2017

The Celebration Boutonniere stamp. #CelebrationStamps

The Celebration Corsage stamp. #CelebrationStamps
05/05/2017

The Celebration Corsage stamp. #CelebrationStamps

Stamp collectors line up to have their programs autographed by the ceremony’s speakers. #CelebrationStamps
05/05/2017

Stamp collectors line up to have their programs autographed by the ceremony’s speakers. #CelebrationStamps

Participants gather on stage after the stamps are unveiled. From left are James Miller, a Missouri Botanical Garden seni...
05/05/2017

Participants gather on stage after the stamps are unveiled. From left are James Miller, a Missouri Botanical Garden senior vice president; USPS art director Ethel Kessler; Peter Wyse Jackson, president of the botanical garden; Chief Postal Inspector Guy Cottrell; Caggiano; and St. Louis Postmaster Cathy Vaughn. #CelebrationStamps

Attendees at the dedication ceremony observe a flower arranging demonstration. #CelebrationStamps
05/05/2017

Attendees at the dedication ceremony observe a flower arranging demonstration. #CelebrationStamps

Carol Caggiano, a floral designer who arranged the flowers on the Celebration Corsage and Celebration Boutonniere stamps...
05/05/2017

Carol Caggiano, a floral designer who arranged the flowers on the Celebration Corsage and Celebration Boutonniere stamps, speaks at the May 2 dedication ceremony. #CelebrationStamps

Little acts of kindness help make the world beautiful. Send someone you love a postcard, using our newly issued, postcar...
05/05/2017

Little acts of kindness help make the world beautiful. Send someone you love a postcard, using our newly issued, postcard-ready Seashells stamp. Tip: Keep your note sweet and simple, with a few lines about why he or she brings you joy. #SeashellStamps

Every day is an opportunity to make beautiful mail. Today celebrate the arrival of a new baby by sending a note to the h...
05/05/2017

Every day is an opportunity to make beautiful mail. Today celebrate the arrival of a new baby by sending a note to the happy (and very sleepy) parents. Tip: Pair the card with the Quilled Paper Heart Forever® stamp and open with a note of reassurance. #LoveStamp www.usps.com/shop

The latest USA Philatelic, the official source for stamp enthusiasts, features 12 new stamp issues. Can you name them al...
05/05/2017

The latest USA Philatelic, the official source for stamp enthusiasts, features 12 new stamp issues. Can you name them all? (Hint: We made the first one pretty easy.) visit www.usps.com/philatelic

The American public was first introduced to skywriting in 1922. Since then the art form has been used by advertisers and...
05/03/2017

The American public was first introduced to skywriting in 1922. Since then the art form has been used by advertisers and others for all sorts of purposes, but the messages people remember most are the romantic ones. Infuse affection into some of *your* correspondence this season with the Love Skywriting Notecard Set. The set includes 10 cards, 10 envelopes, 10 decorative seals, and 10 Love Skywriting Forever® stamps. Order yours today! www.usps.com/shop

You don’t have to profess your love a mile high. The Skywriting Forever® stamp does it for you! Send someone a message o...
05/03/2017

You don’t have to profess your love a mile high. The Skywriting Forever® stamp does it for you! Send someone a message of love today. Ask for them at your local Post Office™ or call 1-800-STAMP-24 (1-800-782-6724). You can also purchase the stamps online at www.usps.com/shop.
#LoveStamp

Collectors! Explore the history and visionary leadership of our nation’s 35th president with the John Fitzgerald Kennedy...
05/03/2017

Collectors! Explore the history and visionary leadership of our nation’s 35th president with the John Fitzgerald Kennedy Collector’s Folio. In addition to a timeline of his life and details of his achievements in office, this uniquely folded keepsake also includes a digital color postmark of the 2017 stamp, a mint condition 13-cent 1967 John F. Kennedy stamp, and a mint condition 37-cent 2005 Presidential Libraries stamp. Order yours today. www.usps.com/shop

Spring is here and so is the latest issue of USA Philatelic! This beautiful, comprehensive, and free catalog is a wonder...
05/03/2017

Spring is here and so is the latest issue of USA Philatelic! This beautiful, comprehensive, and free catalog is a wonderful resource for all things stamps. Grab your copy today at any Post Office™ location or order online: visit www.usps.com/philatelic

Add a touch of color and elegance to your letters and envelopes with the gorgeous new Oscar de la Renta Forever® stamps,...
05/03/2017

Add a touch of color and elegance to your letters and envelopes with the gorgeous new Oscar de la Renta Forever® stamps, featuring an evocative black-and-white portrait of the fashion designer and 10 details from several of his most exquisite gowns. Ask for them at your local Post Office™ or call 1-800-STAMP-24 (1-800-782-6724). You can also purchase the stamps online at www.usps.com/shop.
#OscardelaRentaStamps

Most widely known for dressing the country’s first ladies and celebrities, Oscar de la Renta was one of the world’s lead...
05/03/2017

Most widely known for dressing the country’s first ladies and celebrities, Oscar de la Renta was one of the world’s leading fashion designers for 50 years. His innovative designs and close attention to detail elevated American style and brought international attention to New York as a world leader in fashion. Celebrate the exquisite talent of this world-class designer with the new Oscar de la Renta Forever® stamps, now available at Post Office™ locations nationwide and online. #OscardelaRentaStamps www.usps.com/shop

The Spring 2017 issue of USA Philatelic is now available! This 42-page catalog of stamps and stamp products is *free*. P...
05/03/2017

The Spring 2017 issue of USA Philatelic is now available! This 42-page catalog of stamps and stamp products is *free*. Pick one up in a Post Office™ near you today or order a copy online: visit www.usps.com/philatelic

05/02/2017
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USPS First-Day-Of Issue Stamp Ceremony: #CelebrationStamps

The Celebration Corsage & Celebration Boutonniere Forever® Stamp First-Day-of-Issue Dedication Ceremony will be held on ...
04/27/2017

The Celebration Corsage & Celebration Boutonniere Forever® Stamp First-Day-of-Issue Dedication Ceremony will be held on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. at the Missouri Botanical Garden, 4344 Shaw Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63110. RSVP at usps.com/celebrations #CelebrationStamps

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04/26/2017

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