The U.S. Postal Service is celebrating the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 and man’s first steps on the Moon with two Forever stamps.
One stamp features Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin in his spacesuit on the surface of the Moon. His fellow astronaut Neil Armstrong took the photograph. (The third A..
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.The stamps tell the story of St. Nick’s visit on Christmas Eve. Illustrator Brad Woodard created his images by first sketching then dig..
This year’s Stamp Collecting Month celebrates STEAM, an acronym that stands for the disciplines of science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics.The 21st century is presenting many challenges, including climate change; the rapid development of technology, including social media; and public ..
With this pane of 16 Forever® stamps, the U.S. Postal Service celebrates the variety of games Americans play for outdoor recreation. The stamp pane features eight unique designs illustrating eight backyard games—badminton, bocce, cornhole, croquet, flying disc, horseshoes, tetherball, and a variatio..
The U.S. Postal Service issues four new postcard stamps that celebrate the beauty and history of American barns.The artist created digital paintings of four types of iconic barns found in the rural American landscape. With differing qualities of light and color, each piece also reflects one of the f..
With these five stamps, the U.S. Postal Service® celebrates the beauty of bonsai, a horticultural art form that has become quite popular in the United States. The word “bonsai” is Japanese for “plant in a pot.” It also refers to the practice of cultivating plants — usually trees — in trays, pots, ..
In 2019, the USPS issued 10 new Forever stamps picturing different cacti in bloom. The species shown were Engelmann's prickly pear, fire crown, Texas rainbow, dahlia, scarlet hedgehog, hatchet, golden Tom Thumb, eagle's claw, glory of Texas, and silver ball. They are just a handful of th..
The 'dogface' name comes from a wing pattern resembling a dog's face (some think it looks like a poodle) which is found on the male of the species. Its wings are an iridescent bluish-black, orange and sulfur- yellow in color. The female has a small black dot on each of its yellow fore- wings. The ty..
This combination package of USPS forever stamps is designed for weddings, parties, or special events.Celebration Corsage is a 2-ounce stamp appropriate for many of lifes special moments. This elegant stamp can typically accommodate the weight of heavy invitations for birthdays, weddings, anniversari..
The “Peanuts” gang of characters is among the best known and most beloved in American culture. Celebrate the birth centennial of the American cartoonist with this Charles M. Schulz Forever® stamps.Ten different stamp designs showcase Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and their unforgettable friends. Bright col..
The Colorado hairstreak butterfly graces the eighth non-machineable butterfly stamp for use on irregularly sized envelopes, such as square greeting cards, invitations, or announcements.The stamp art was digitally created using images of preserved butterflies as a starting point. The result is a high..
Contemporary Boutonniere is a new Forever stamp. It can be used for wedding RSVP cards and is also perfect for party invitations, thank-you notes, announcements, birthday cards, Father’s Day cards and other occasions when a beautiful stamp is fitting. The stamp features a photograph of an arrangemen..