The subjects in the preliminary list include John F. Kennedy, Father Ted Hesburgh, WPA Posters, Sharks, Seashells, Flowers (of course), and the new African American Museum in Washington. Details and discussion here.
Canada's 2017 Stamp Program
The subjects include World War I, Year of the Rooster, Canadian Opera, and the National Hockey League. The complete list (at least as of now) is here.
Most of the subjects and designs for the entire year have been announced, including Star Trek, Shirley Temple, Pickup Trucks, Sarah Vaughan, Richard Allen, Pets and Quilling. (Check "Discuss" inside to find out what that is.)
Our 2016 U.S. stamp program grid is here.
Canada Is Haunted Again
For the third and final (?) time, Canada Post examines tales of horror. Click here, if you dare!
U.S. Issues First Halloween Stamps
Four rather jocular-looking carved pumpkins celebrate America's favorite dress-up holiday. The trick or treat is here.
Oh, Golly - Diwali?
The USPS is adding another holiday to its mix. Whether there will be a second Diwali stamp may depend on sales. Read more here..
Power. Grace. Wisdom. Wonder. And now, Stamps from the U.S. And like Batman and Superman before her, we'll see Wonder Woman in different eras. Lasso the truth on the four stamps here.
Change In U.S. FDC Servicing Policy
Did the Postal Service listen to collectors or get tired of paying for mistakes? Who cares? FDC collectors are happy. Read more here.
NPM Stamp Curators win Smithsonian Award
The men who put together the stamp collecting exhibits at the U.S. National Postal Museum have won a top award — not from stamp collectors, but from the entire Smithsonian system! Details here.
Cachet Contest Results
First look! See the best first day cover cachets for the 2015 issues, as determined by the annual American First Day Cover Society competition. Our 20th year bringing these results to you.
Looking 10 Years Ahead
It’s only been a short time since World Stamp Show-New York 2016 closed, and there’s already talk of the next “International” here in the U.S. We have details.
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And here’s the reason for the change.
"Help! I just inherited this stamp collection!"
Just been given Aunt Matilda's old stamp collection and don't know what to do with it? We can help.
Unique Stamp Collecting Bookstore
We have philatelic books in our bookstore you won't find anywhere else on the Internet, including publications from the U.S. Stamp Society, and John Hotchner.
"There is much rejoicing in the land."
— first day cover servicer, about the new U.S. policy
Last Updated September 23, 2016