USPS stands for the United States Postal Service. It is an independent agency of the federal government of the United States responsible for providing postal service in the country. USPS was founded in 1775 and is one of the oldest and most widely used postal services in the world. It offers a wide range of services, including letter and package delivery, shipping and mailing supplies, PO box rentals, and various other services. USPS is also responsible for handling international mail and packages, as well as providing various online services such as tracking and delivery notifications.

November 2, 2021- Day of the Dead

The United States Postal Service celebrates Day of the Dead. The stamp art features several iconic elements of a traditional Day of the Dead “ofrenda,” or offering, which honors departed relatives as well as heroes.

With the release of four colorful new stamps in 2021, the United States Postal Service celebrates Day of the Dead. The stamp art features several iconic elements of a traditional Day of the Dead “ofrenda,” or offering, which honors departed relatives as well as heroes. Stylized, decorated “sugar skulls” are personalized as four family members, one per stamp. The lit candles flanking each sugar skull are beacons to guide deceased loved ones on their annual return journey to the land of the living. Dotting each stamp and embellishing their shared vertical borders are marigolds (“cempazuchitles”), the most popular Day of the Dead flower.

Designer: Luis Fitch

Art Director:  Antonio Alcalá

Price: 6.00 Gem

Number: DateDesignation

N° 1

November 2, 2021Day of the Dead
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Day of the Dead: Child
The Day of the Dead child sports a dimpled chin and lit candles flanking his sugar skull as beacons to guide deceased loved ones on their annual return journey to the land of the living. Dotting each stamp and adorning the vertical borders are marigolds (“cempazuchitles”), the most popular Day of the Dead flower. The vibrant colors of the flowers and other embellishments, along with the white of the sugar skulls, stand out brightly from the stamps’ black background.

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Day of the Dead Child with Hair Bow
This Day of the Dead child has a turquoise hair bow atop her white sugar skull and, like her mother, has a pink heart adorning her forehead. Lit candles flank her sugar skull as beacons to guide deceased loved ones on their annual return journey to the land of the living. Dotting each stamp and adorning the vertical borders are marigolds (“cempazuchitles”), the most popular Day of the Dead flower. The vibrant colors of the flowers and other embellishments, along with the white of the sugar skulls, stand out brightly from the stamps’ black background.

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Day of the Dead Father
The Day of the Dead father sports a purple hat with a stylized butterfly adorning it and a black mustache with lit candles flanking his sugar skull as beacons to guide deceased loved ones on their annual return journey to the land of the living. Dotting each stamp and adorning the vertical borders are marigolds (“cempazuchitles”), the most popular Day of the Dead flower. The vibrant colors of the flowers and other embellishments, along with the white of the sugar skulls, stand out brightly from the stamps’ black background.

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Day of the Dead Mother
The Day of the Dead mother has two hair curls and a pink heart adorning her forehead as well as lit candles flanking her sugar skull as beacons to guide deceased loved ones on their annual return journey to the land of the living. Dotting each stamp and adorning the vertical borders are marigolds (“cempazuchitles”), the most popular Day of the Dead flower. The vibrant colors of the flowers and other embellishments, along with the white of the sugar skulls, stand out brightly from the stamps’ black background.

December 24, 2021 – A Visit from St. Nick
In 1823, the anonymous publication of the poem “A Visit from St. Nicholas,” perhaps better known as “The Night before Christmas,” helped to shape much of our modern mythology of the holiday. St. Nicholas’s sleigh is pulled by eight flying reindeer, each of them carefully called by name. Dressed in fur, with twinkling eyes, rosy cheeks, and dimples, St. Nick visits each home to fill children’s stockings with presents. He is described as a merry, plump elf—very different from the original rather somber bishop.

Every Christmas, children all around the world dream of a visit from St. Nick. The U.S. Postal Service® celebrates that highly anticipated event with four new stamps telling the story of St. Nick’s visit on Christmas Eve. Art director Greg Breeding designed the stamps with original art by Brad Woodard. In 1823, the anonymous publication of the poem “A Visit from St. Nicholas,” perhaps better known as “The Night before Christmas,” helped to shape much of our modern mythology of the holiday. St. Nicholas’s sleigh is pulled by eight flying reindeer, each of them carefully called by name. Dressed in fur, with twinkling eyes, rosy cheeks, and dimples, St. Nick visits each home to fill children’s stockings with presents. He is described as a merry, plump elf—very different from the original rather somber bishop.

Designer: Greg Breeding

Illustrator : Brad Woodard

Price: 6.00 Gem

Number: DateDesignation

N° 2

December 24, 2021

A Visit from St. Nick

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Santa on a Snowy Rooftop
In the first stamp, Santa stands on a snowy rooftop, sack slung across his back, with one leg inside the red-brick chimney. St. Nick—Santa Claus—is one of our most recognized and beloved cultural icons, his jolly laugh and smiling eyes a happy reminder that the holidays are near.

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Winking Santa
The second stamp is a close-up of a winking Santa. Twentieth-century artists based their illustrations of Santa Claus on some of Nast’s images, as well as on the description in the poem “The Night Before Christmas.” Their portrayals of a rosy-cheeked, smiling, grandfatherly man in his red, fur-trimmed suit seemed to embody the very essence of “Santa.” A visit from St. Nick brings joy to the kid in all of us.

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Santa and His Reindeer
The third stamp shows Santa and some of his reindeer as they travel on to their next stop. In an 1809 satire, American author Washington Irving described a dream in which St. Nick traveled in a flying wagon. A few years later, in 1821, the illustrations accompanying the poem “The Children’s Friend” further embellished the legend with “Santeclaus” arriving in a sleigh drawn by a reindeer.

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Santa Comes Down the Chimney
The fourth stamp shows Santa as he descends through the chimney, his legs dangling over the hearth. European immigrants brought to their new country folk characters that over the years became our present-day Santa Claus. One of those characters was Sinterklaas, who delivered presents on the eve of the feast day of St. Nicholas of Myra, a third-century bishop.

January 31, 2022 – Lunar New Year
In 2020, the U.S. Postal Service issued the first of 12 stamps in its third Lunar New Year series. Lunar New Year is one of the most important holidays of the year for many Asian communities around the world and is primarily celebrated by people of Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, Tibetan, Mongolian, Malaysian, and Filipino heritage. Across these varied cultures, many traditions exist for ringing in a new year of good luck and prosperity. Calling to mind the elaborately decorated masks used in the dragon dance often performed in Lunar New Year parades, these three-dimensional masks are a contemporary take on the long tradition of paper-cut folk art crafts created during this auspicious time of year. 

Designer: Camille Chew

Art director: Antonio Alcalá

Price: 6.00 Gem

Number: DateDesignation

N° 3

January 31, 2022

Lunar New Year

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Year of the Tiger
The Year of the Tiger begins February 1, 2022 and ends on January 21, 2023. Utilizing orange as the predominant color—characteristic of the markings of Bengal tigers and said to be one of the lucky colors for individuals born during the Year of the Tiger—the tiger mask in the stamp design incorporates elements with symbolic meaning. Several of the patterns and details were created with the style of Asian textiles in mind as well as green flowers that represent the arrival of spring, which Lunar New Year also signals in Chinese culture. The purple motif atop the tiger’s head references the celestial themes of the Chinese zodiac.

The tiger is the third of the 12 zodiac animal signs associated with the Chinese lunar calendar. Many ancient fables and legends explain the origin of the zodiac signs.

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Year of the Ox
The Year of the Ox began February 12, 2021 and ended on January 31, 2022. The ox mask in the stamp design incorporates elements with symbolic meaning. Several of the patterns were created with the style of Asian textiles in mind as well as purple flowers that represent the arrival of spring, which Lunar New Year also signals in Chinese culture. The star in the center of the ox’s head references the celestial themes of the Chinese zodiac.

The ox is the second of the 12 zodiac animal signs associated with the Chinese lunar calendar. Many ancient fables and legends explain the origin of the zodiac signs. The most common story tells of the animals racing across a river to determine their order in the cycle. The rat crossed by riding on the back of the ox, jumping ahead at the last minute to win the race, with the ox coming in second place.

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Year of the Rat
The Year of the Rat began January 25, 2020 and ended on February 11, 2021. The rat is the first of the 12 zodiac animal signs associated with the Chinese lunar calendar. Many ancient fables and legends explain the origin of the zodiac signs. The most common story tells of the animals racing across a river to determine their order in the cycle. The rat crossed by riding on the back of the ox, jumping ahead at the last minute to win the race.

The Lunar New Year begins on the second new moon after the winter solstice and historically marks the arrival of spring. Across the United States, people shop for food and other supplies, hang decorations, and clean their homes and streets to welcome the new year with a fresh start. Filled with symbolic meaning, the colors red and gold appear everywhere during this auspicious time of year. Red is considered very lucky, while gold is supposed to bring wealth.

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N° 3 bis

February 1st, 2022

Lunar New Year

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Year of the Tiger
The tiger is the third of the 12 zodiac animal signs associated with the Chinese lunar calendar. Many ancient fables and legends explain the origin of the zodiac signs.

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Year of the Ox
The ox is the second of the 12 zodiac animal signs associated with the Chinese lunar calendar. Many ancient fables and legends explain the origin of the zodiac signs. The most common story tells of the animals racing across a river to determine their order in the cycle. The rat crossed by riding on the back of the ox, jumping ahead at the last minute to win the race, with the ox coming in second place.

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Year of the Rat
The Lunar New Year begins on the second new moon after the winter solstice and historically marks the arrival of spring. Across the United States, people shop for food and other supplies, hang decorations, and clean their homes and streets to welcome the new year with a fresh start. Filled with symbolic meaning, the colors red and gold appear everywhere during this auspicious time of year. Red is considered very lucky, while gold is supposed to bring wealth.

March 26, 2022 – Title IX
The U.S. Postal Service commemorates the 50th anniversary of the passage of Title IX, a civil rights law prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sex from any educational program or activity receiving federal financial assistance. The stamp art features four unique designs representing female athletes, specifically a runner, a swimmer, a gymnast, and a soccer player. Yellow laurel branches, symbolic of victory, rest in their hair and on the swimmer’s cap. “Title IX” appears written across the women’s cheeks, intended as an empowering message about the inclusion of women and girls in all educational settings.

Designer: Melinda Beck

Art director: Derry Noyes

Price: 6.00 Gem

Number: DateDesignation

N° 4

March 26, 2022

Title IX

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Title IX – Gymnast
The Title IX – Gymnast stamp features a unique dark blue silhouette of a woman’s face in profile. The digital illustration represents a gymnast with yellow laurel branches, symbolic of victory, resting in her hair. “Title IX” appears written across the woman’s cheeks, intended as an empowering message about the inclusion of women and girls in all educational settings.

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Title IX – Swimmer
The Title IX – Swimmer stamp features a unique dark blue silhouette of a woman’s face in profile. The digital illustration represents a swimmer with yellow laurel branches, symbolic of victory, on her swimmer’s cap. “Title IX” appears written across the woman’s cheeks, intended as an empowering message about the inclusion of women and girls in all educational settings.

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Title IX – Runner
The Title IX – Runner stamp features a unique dark blue silhouette of a woman’s face in profile. The digital illustration represents a runner with yellow laurel branches, symbolic of victory, resting in her hair. “Title IX” appears written across the woman’s cheeks, intended as an empowering message about the inclusion of women and girls in all educational settings.

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Title IX – Soccer Player
The Title IX – Soccer Player stamp features a unique dark blue silhouette of a woman’s face in profile. The digital illustration represents a soccer player with yellow laurel branches, symbolic of victory, resting in her hair. “Title IX” appears written across the woman’s cheeks, intended as an empowering message about the inclusion of women and girls in all educational settings.

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Title IX – Block of 4
The Title IX stamp art features four unique designs, each a dark blue silhouette of a different woman’s face in profile. The digital illustrations of the four women represent female athletes, specifically a runner, a swimmer, a gymnast, and a soccer player. Yellow laurel branches, symbolic of victory, rest in their hair and on the swimmer’s cap. “Title IX” appears written across the women’s cheeks, intended as an empowering message about the inclusion of women and girls in all educational settings.

April 10, 2022 – Take Me Out to the Ball Game
The USPS commemorates one of the most popular baseball songs of all time with this “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” NFT digital stamp art. This NFT release coincides with opening day of the National Postal Museum’s exhibit: Baseball: America’s Home Run, opening April 9th and running through January 5th, 2025. The exhibit celebrates and explores the surprising ways that baseball and postal history have been deeply intertwined since the early twentieth century. Located in Washington, D.C., next to Union Station, the Smithsonian’s National Postal Museum showcases the largest and most comprehensive collection of stamps and philatelic material in the world.

Designer: Richard Sheaff

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Price: 6.00 Gem

Number: DateDesignation

N° 5

April 10, 2022

Take Me Out to the Ball Game

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Take Me Out to the Ball Game
The “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” stamp, originally released in 2008 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the song, highlights one of the most popular baseball tunes of all time.

July 9, 2022 – Classics Forever
The U.S. Postal Service® issues this souvenir sheet as an NFT in celebration of the long history of U.S. postage stamps—and in appreciation of stamp collectors and philatelists everywhere. The elaborately designed sheet features handsome new versions of six stamps first issued in the mid-19th century. The intaglio-printed designs featured are George Washington (1851, originally 12 cents), Benjamin Franklin (1851, originally one cent), George Washington (1860, originally 24 cents), George Washington (1860, originally 90 cents), Abraham Lincoln (1866, originally 15 cents), and Benjamin Franklin (1861, originally one cent). The selvage is composed of postal cancellations and script from envelopes contemporaneous with the stamps. These elements are arranged on a buff-colored background with a textured look to evoke stationery of the period

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Number: DateDesignation

N° 6

July 9, 2022

Classics Forever

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1851 George Washington (originally 12 cents)
Several unusual aspects attract collectors to the George Washington stamp released in 1851. Although its original 12-cent denomination paid the way for certain heavy domestic letters sent afar, such use was uncommon. Envelopes bearing this Washington stamp tend to carry it in combination with other denominations or, more often, paired to cover the 24-cent rate for letters to the United Kingdom.

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1861 Benjamin Franklin (originally one cent)
When pre-Civil War stamps were demonetized, replacements were needed. The National Bank Note Company won the exclusive contract to engrave and print stamps in 1861, a contract previously held by the firm of Toppan, Carpenter, Casilear & Company. National Bank Note produced a striking new design for the one-cent Benjamin Franklin stamp, released August 1861. Its portrait was based on a bust by French sculptor Jean-Antoine Houdon. The stamp was printed in an inadvertent variety of blues including shades that collectors describe as bright, deep, pale, and milky.

1860 George Washington (originally 24 cents)
Honoring George Washington, this was the first U.S. stamp issued exclusively with perforations. Like the 12-cent stamp of 1851, this engraved likeness is based on Gilbert Stuart’s iconic Washington portraiture. Here Washington faces a bit to the viewer’s right, a mirror image of the original Stuart portrait.

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1851 Benjamin Franklin (originally one cent)
The Franklin stamp introduced in 1851 was commonplace in its original use, sold for a penny, affixed to advertising circulars and local letters, and printed in great quantities. Although a single stamp design was intended, advanced collectors differentiate many types. Intricate engraved designs were not consistently transferred to the printing plates, so the scrolled ornamentation varies in detail from stamp to stamp.

1860 George Washington (originally 90 cents)
Washington is honored once again on the 90-cent issue of 1860. The engraved portrait on this rarity, widely considered one of the most beautiful stamps of the period, is based on a John Trumbull painting, made circa 1792, that portrays General Washington in 1776.

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1866 Abraham Lincoln (originally 15 cents)
In a single momentous week in April 1865, Robert E. Lee surrendered at Appomattox Court House and Lincoln was assassinated. The Post Office Department honored the martyred president with a grey-black 15-cent stamp. Issued in 1866, it is considered by many collectors to be the world’s first mourning stamp.

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Classics Forever Souvenir Sheet
This souvenir sheet is issued in celebration of the long history of U.S. postage stamps—and in appreciation of stamp collectors and philatelists everywhere. The elaborately designed sheet features new versions of six of America’s earliest and most alluring stamps, now issued as Forever® stamps to make them easily distinguishable from the mid-19th-century originals.

Quantity: 1 800 ex

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Mariachi – Mariachi
Mariachi celebrates the unique traditional music of Mexico that has become deeply rooted in the United States. Each of the five new stamps in this pane of 20 features a musician, dressed in “traje de charro,” the traditional outfit of mariachi performers, playing one of five iconic mariachi instruments: guitar, “guitarrón,” “vihuela,” violin, and trumpet. The geometric shapes in the background of each stamp are a nod to Mexican villages, where mariachi music originated.

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Number: DateDesignation

N° 7

October 15, 2022

Mariachi

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Mariachi – Guitar Player
Each of the five new stamps features a musician dressed in “traje de charro,” the traditional outfit of mariachi performers, playing one of five iconic mariachi instruments: guitar, “guitarrón,” “vihuela,” violin, and trumpet. The geometric shapes in the background of each stamp are a nod to Mexican villages where mariachi music originated. The digital illustrations started as rough sketches on paper, with the textures and colors added digitally. The artist used vibrant colors that evoke Mexican culture and capture the buoyant yet nostalgic feeling of mariachi music.

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Mariachi – Guitarrón Player
Each of the five new stamps features a musician dressed in “traje de charro,” the traditional outfit of mariachi performers, playing one of five iconic mariachi instruments: guitar, “guitarrón,” “vihuela,” violin, and trumpet. The geometric shapes in the background of each stamp are a nod to Mexican villages where mariachi music originated. The digital illustrations started as rough sketches on paper, with the textures and colors added digitally. The artist used vibrant colors that evoke Mexican culture and capture the buoyant yet nostalgic feeling of mariachi music.

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Mariachi – Trumpet Player
Each of the five new stamps features a musician dressed in “traje de charro,” the traditional outfit of mariachi performers, playing one of five iconic mariachi instruments: guitar, “guitarrón,” “vihuela,” violin, and trumpet. The geometric shapes in the background of each stamp are a nod to Mexican villages where mariachi music originated. The digital illustrations started as rough sketches on paper, with the textures and colors added digitally. The artist used vibrant colors that evoke Mexican culture and capture the buoyant yet nostalgic feeling of mariachi music.

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Mariachi – Vihuela Player
Each of the five new stamps features a musician dressed in “traje de charro,” the traditional outfit of mariachi performers, playing one of five iconic mariachi instruments: guitar, “guitarrón,” “vihuela,” violin, and trumpet. The geometric shapes in the background of each stamp are a nod to Mexican villages where mariachi music originated. The digital illustrations started as rough sketches on paper, with the textures and colors added digitally. The artist used vibrant colors that evoke Mexican culture and capture the buoyant yet nostalgic feeling of mariachi music.

Quantity: 1 800 ex

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Mariachi – Violin Player
Each of the five new stamps features a musician dressed in “traje de charro,” the traditional outfit of mariachi performers, playing one of five iconic mariachi instruments: guitar, “guitarrón,” “vihuela,” violin, and trumpet. The geometric shapes in the background of each stamp are a nod to Mexican villages where mariachi music originated. The digital illustrations started as rough sketches on paper, with the textures and colors added digitally. The artist used vibrant colors that evoke Mexican culture and capture the buoyant yet nostalgic feeling of mariachi music.

Quantity: 800 ex

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Mariachi Souvenir Sheet
Each of the five new stamps features a musician dressed in “traje de charro,” the traditional outfit of mariachi performers, playing one of five iconic mariachi instruments: guitar, “guitarrón,” “vihuela,” violin, and trumpet. The geometric shapes in the background of each stamp are a nod to Mexican villages where mariachi music originated. The digital illustrations started as rough sketches on paper, with the textures and colors added digitally. The artist used vibrant colors that evoke Mexican culture and capture the buoyant yet nostalgic feeling of mariachi music.

December 23, 2022 – Holiday Elves
The Postal Service evokes the holiday spirit with four new stamps featuring a digital illustration of elves preparing toys on a winding conveyor belt in the midst of a snowy landscape. Each stamp features one of four elves. Surrounding the elves is a small, snow-laden forest of evergreens

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N° 8

December 23, 2022

Holiday Elves

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Holiday Elves – Elf with Package
In 1857, “Harper’s Weekly” published the poem “The Wonders of Santa Claus” that specifically referred to elves helping Santa create all the gifts he delivers to good children during the holidays. This stamp features a digital illustration of an elf wrapping a gift in a small, snow-laden forest of evergreens as other toys and gifts move along the conveyor belt.

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Holiday Elves – Elf with Teddy Bear
Elves did not become a well-established part of the holidays in the United States until the 19th century. This stamp features a digital illustration of an elf sewing a tiny teddy bear in a small, snow-laden forest of evergreens as other toys and gifts move along the conveyor belt.

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Holiday Elves – Elf with Model Car
The 1873 Christmas issue of “Godey’s Lady’s Book,” a popular magazine, pictured Santa Claus, surrounded by elves and toys, preparing for the big day. This stamp features a digital illustration of an elf carefully putting the finishing touches on the paint of a model car in a small, snow-laden forest of evergreens as other toys and gifts move along the conveyor belt.

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Holiday Elves – Elf with Model Rocket
In the 20th century, Norman Rockwell, Haddon Sundblom, and other artists featured elves in some of their popular seasonal illustrations. Holiday elves were pictured as tiny, pointy-eared, jolly creatures, usually dressed in stocking caps and festive outfits and always busy with chores for Santa—just as we envision them today This stamp features a digital illustration of an elf examining a model rocket in a small, snow-laden forest of evergreens as other toys and gifts move along the conveyor belt.

Holiday Elves – Block of Four
Each stamp features one of four elves. In the upper left stamp, an elf sews a tiny teddy bear, while in the stamp to its right, an elf wraps a gift. In the lower left stamp, an elf carefully puts the finishing touches on the paint of a model car; the elf on the bottom right stamp examines a model rocket.

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January 21, 2023 – Lunar New Year: Rabbit
In 2023, the U.S. Postal Service® will issue the fourth of 12 stamps in its latest Lunar New Year series. The Year of the Rabbit begins January 22, 2023 and ends on February 9, 2024. Calling to mind the elaborately decorated masks used in the dragon or lion dances often performed in Lunar New Year parades, this three-dimensional mask depicting a rabbit is a contemporary take on the long tradition of paper-cut folk-art crafts created during this auspicious time of year. Simplified illustrations of the 12 zodiac animals form columns on the left and right sides of the stamp pane

Designer: Camille Chew

Art director: Antonio Alcalá

Price: 6.00 Gem

Number: DateDesignation

N° 9

January 21, 2023

Lunar New Year: Rabbit

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Lunar New Year: Rabbit
Utilizing red, pink, and purple as the predominant colors — said to be lucky for individuals born during the Year of the Rabbit — the rabbit mask in the stamp art incorporates elements with symbolic meanings on which the Lunar New Year is based, along with the celestial themes of the Chinese zodiac. Those born during the Year of the Rabbit may be seen as elegant, gracious, and kind.

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Lunar New Year: Rabbit Souvenir Sheet
These three-dimensional masks depicting a rabbit are a contemporary take on the long tradition of paper-cut folk-art crafts created during this auspicious time of year; several of the patterns were created with the style of Asian textiles in mind as well as green flowers that represent the arrival of spring. The rabbit is the fourth of the 12 zodiac animal signs associated with the Chinese lunar calendar.

Women Support the War Effort
Originally part of the 1999 “Celebrate the Century” series, the “Women Support the War Effort” stamp celebrates women from the 1940s. While millions of men joined the armed forces in World War II, millions of women took over their jobs and made up more than 1/3 of the workforce. Many others served as volunteers to help in any way possible

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N° 10

March 17 , 2023

Women Support the War Effort

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The “Women Support the War Effort” stamp highlights the important role U.S. women played during World War II. The stamp includes the “We Can Do It!” poster initially used in the early 1940s to raise morale for women in the workforce, which later gained popularity and became a cultural icon..

April 22, 2022 – Earth Day
On April 22, 1970, America celebrated the first national Earth Day. All over the country, millions of people young and old joined together to rally against pollution. Since then, millions of Americans mark the anniversary by celebrating the importance of protecting the environment as part of an annual tradition. Earth Day is also a time when businesses showcase new environmental goods and services, and it remains an important way for Americans and people around the world to recognize the importance of the planet. Originally released in 2020 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, the Postal Service issued a stamp featuring a playful painting of the planet, with small green lines surrounding Earth and hand-lettered text

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N° 11

April 22, 2023

Earth Day

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Earth Day – Stamp
The “Earth Day” stamp celebrates the annual event by featuring a playful painting of the planet with small green lines surrounding Earth and hand-lettered text. The title of the stamp runs across the top and the words “Forever” and “USA” appear along the bottom.

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Earth Day – Booklet
On 22 Apr, 1970, America celebrated the first national Earth Day, acknowledging the value of preserving the environment. The Postal Service honored the annual tradition in 2020 by issuing the Earth Day Forever stamp.

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June 03, 2023 – Presidential Series (1938) – Series 1
Originally issued in 1938, these remarkable stamp art collectibles are part of the legendary “Presidential Series” that perfectly captures the essence of former U.S. Presidents and other notable individuals in American history. Known affectionately as “Prexies” or the “Fifth Bureau Issue,” each piece of stamp art features the distinguished bust profiles of these influential leaders, along with one of the White House. Immerse yourself in the classic display of these visionary figures and celebrate their dedication to positively shaping the future with this historic stamp art collection.

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N° 12

June 03, 2023

Presidential Series (1938) – Series 1

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1938 Benjamin Franklin

The Benjamin Franklin stamp art features the bust profile of the inaugural postmaster general of the United States Post Office.

Quantity: 4 800 ex

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1938 George Washington

The George Washington stamp art features the bust profile of the first U.S. president, who served from 1789-1797.

Quantity: 4 800 ex

Common

1938 Martha Washington

The Martha Washington stamp art features the bust profile of the inaugural First Lady of the United States.

Quantity: 3 800 ex

Uncommon

1938 John Adams

The John Adams stamp art features the bust profile of the second U.S. president, who served from 1797-1801.

Quantity: 3 800 ex

Uncommon

1938 Thomas Jefferson

The Thomas Jefferson stamp art features the bust profile of the third U.S. president, who served from 1801-1809.

Quantity: 2 800 ex

Secret Rare

1938 James Madison

The James Madison stamp art features the bust profile of the fourth U.S. president, who served from 1809-1817.

Quantity: 2 800 ex

Secret Rare

1938 James Monroe

The James Monroe stamp art features the bust profile of the fifth U.S. president, who served from 1817-1825.

Quantity: 1 817 ex

Ultra Rare

July 04, 2023 – Presidential Series (1938) – Series 2
Step back in time with the highly anticipated second series drop of the Postal Service’s prestigious stamp art collection, featuring the historic “Presidential Series.” Discover the next set of former U.S. Presidents, beginning with John Quincy Adams and continuing through Millard Fillmore. Each piece of stamp art showcases the distinguished bust profiles of these influential leaders and honors their contributions in shaping American history. Dive into the classic presentation of these visionary figures and their commitment to serving the United States with this remarkable stamp art collection.

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N° 13

July 04, 2023

Presidential Series (1938) – Series 2

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1938 John Quincy Adams
The John Quincy Adams stamp art features the bust profile of the sixth U.S. president, who served from 1825-1829. Adams formulated the Monroe Doctrine in 1823, which declared that the United States would oppose any European colonization efforts in the Americas.

Quantity: 4 800 ex

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1938 Andrew Jackson
The Andrew Jackson stamp art features the bust profile of the seventh U.S. president, who served from 1829-1837. Jackson signed the controversial Indian Removal Act in 1830, which forced the relocation of Native Americans from their ancestral lands to designated Indian Territory.

Quantity: 4 800 ex

Common

1938 Martin Van Buren
The Martin Van Buren stamp art features the bust profile of the eighth U.S. president, who served from 1837-1841.Van Buren helped establish the independent federal treasury system in 1840.

Quantity: 3 800 ex

Uncommon

1938 William Henry Harrison
The William Henry Harrison stamp art features the bust profile of the ninth U.S. president, who served in 1841. Harrison died in office just one month after his inauguration, making him the shortest-serving U.S. president. .

Quantity: 3 800 ex

Uncommon

1938 James K. Polk
The James K. Polk stamp art features the bust profile of the eleventh U.S. president, who served from 1845-1849. Under Polk’s leadership, the U.S. acquired significant territory as part of his promise for westward expansion.

Quantity: 2 800 ex

Rare

1938 Zachary Taylor
The Zachary Taylor stamp art features the bust profile of the twelfth U.S. president, who served from 1849-1850. Taylor signed the Clayton-Bulwer Treaty in 1850, which ensured neither the U.S. nor Great Britain would have exclusive control over any future canal in Central America.

Quantity: 2 800 ex

Rare

1938 Millard Fillmore
The Millard Fillmore stamp art features the bust profile of the thirteenth U.S. president, who served from 1850-1853. Fillmore passed the Compromise of 1850, which attempted to ease tensions between northern and southern states.

Quantity: 1 850 ex

Ultra Rare