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“Mona Lisa of the Stamp World”

“Mona Lisa of the Stamp World”

"Mona Lisa of the Stamp World" To Be Auctioned [embedded content] But now a 1-cent postage stamp is set to become the most expensive in the world. The unremarkable-looking 1856 British Guiana 1-cent Magenta is set to sell for an amazing £12million at auction. It...

History of Perforations

History of Perforations

Janet Klug writes on the USPSstamps.com website about the development of perforations on U.S. postage stamps.According to Janet, "This technology came to the U.S. by way of Ireland, then England: First, a machine patented by Dublin inventor Henry Archer was used on...

Why Stamps?

Why Stamps?

The Kat Ran Press has  released a new book, Why Stamps? by Ivan Chermayeff. As part of its "Essays in Philatelics"series it focuses on the philatelic work of type and graphic designers. Other books in the series include Designing the Mentoring Stamp, ...

Fans of Pop Culture on Stamps

Fans of Pop Culture on Stamps

"Harry Potter, Elvis and Bugs Bunny share one thing in common: Traditional stamp collectors are no fans," writes reporter Marianne Levine of the LA Times. She goes on to pen, "Some philatelists say the committee that helps the postmaster general pick new stamps is...

Jim Carrey Gets His Own Stamp

Jim Carrey Gets His Own Stamp

Jay Bigalke writes on the Linns.com website, "Five funny Canadians are being honored Aug. 29 on new commemorative permanent stamps from Canada Post. The five stamps in the Great Canadian Comedians set pay tribute to Jim Carrey, Mike Myers, Catherine O’Hara, Martin...

Underwater Post Offices Honored with New Stamps

Underwater Post Offices Honored with New Stamps

Denise McCarty writes on the Linns.com website, "Underwater post offices of yesterday and today are featured on two recent stamp issues.The Bahamas commemorates the 75th anniversary of the world’s first undersea post office on four stamps issued Aug. 16. Vanuatu...

A Teacher with a Passion for Stamp Collecting

A Teacher with a Passion for Stamp Collecting

Reporter Varsha Mohan writes on the New Indian Express website about high school teacher Mathew John who recently displayed his stamp and coin collection at his school.Varsha writes, "Though Mathew has a wide collection, he takes special pride of the stamps and coins...

Stamp Chief Replaced

Stamp Chief Replaced

Bill McAllister, Washington correspondent for Linn's Stamp News that "Susan McGowan, a public relations executive who was named head of the United States Postal Service’s stamp program in December 2012, has been replaced..."According to Bill, "Spokesman Mark Saunders...

First Female U.S. Postmaster General Named

First Female U.S. Postmaster General Named

According to an USPS announcement, "The United States Postal Service Board of Governors announced today that Postmaster General and Chief Executive Officer Patrick R. Donahoe has decided to retire February 1, 2015, after 39 years with the Postal Service." Replacing...

First Look at the U.S. 2015 Stamps

First Look at the U.S. 2015 Stamps

Lloyd de Vries has posted the designs of some of the new stamps to be issued next year on his Virtual Stamp Club website.  Lloyd quotes Cindy Tackett, acting director of Stamp Services of the USPS, as saying, "“Our goal this year is as soon as we have philatelic...

Royal Mail Promotes Stamps on Side of Vans

Royal Mail Promotes Stamps on Side of Vans

Linn's Stamp News reports in November, Great Britain’s Royal Mail began advertising its Christmas stamps on its postal vans.According to the article, "In a press release dated Nov. 10, Royal Mail reported that the images of the stamps will be displayed on...

Reporter Visits National Post Museum

Reporter Visits National Post Museum

Interesting news, resources and links about stamps, stamp collecting and postal operations. CONTACT US AT: E-mail: donschilling@att.net Tuesday, December 16, 2014 Reporter Visits National Post Museum posted by Don Schilling at 8:39 AM

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