Alaska Day, Alaska transferred from Russia to US in 1867
(#C70)
Serving the philatelic community for 22 years

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Reference List of U.S. Stamps Issued
          2021       2020       2019
          2018       2017       2016



Discount Postage
U.S. postage at 88% - 82% of face value. Clean, unused stamps from the last 70 years.



(#5097a)


(#5273a, 2018 Bioluminescent Life)


RECENT UPDATES:
Mint, pre-1940s09/29/21
Mint #5154-present   (another new issue added)10/15/21
Plt # & Zip Singles   (≅ 2,973 listed)10/13/21
Plate No. Blocks10/13/21


CURRENT POSTAGE RATES
(USPS Rates)
Effective August 29, 2021
First Class - one ounce$  .58
First Class - additional ounce$  .20
Postal Card$  .40
International one ounce rate$1.30
Priority Mail$7.95
 
 


(#3225a, Tropical Birds 1998)
  United States (unused, MNH)
YearsCatalog #
      2017-215154 - present
      2013-164721 - 5153
      2010-124435 - 4720
      2008-094221 - 4434
      2004-073830 - 4220
      2000-033370 - 3829
      1997-993120 - 3369
      1994-962807 - 3119
      1990-932439 - 2806
      1985-892110 - 2438
      1980-841803 - 2109
      1970's1387 - 1802
      1960's1139 - 1386
      1950's987 - 1138
      1940's859 - 986
      pre-40's   ?   - 858
      AirmailC1 - C150
      Back-of-the-BookPostage Due, Revenue, Ducks, Official, EFOs
      BookletsConvertible Panes
& Vending Booklets
      StationeryPostal Cards / Envelopes

TOPICAL Stampsmint US with themes like
nature, space, sports.

PLATE # BLOCKS

over 1600 listed
PLATE # COIL Strips

includes rare plate numbers
PLATE # SINGLES

includes matched sets
ZIP & CopyrightZip, ©, Mail Early, Slogan blocks & sgls
US - USEDSingles & Blocks

Celebrate the Century
Choose individual stamps from the 150 stamps issued in the Celebrate the Century series.
Foreign
Worldwide, mint & used
US Postmarks & FDCs
First Day Covers and Special Events/Cancels



(#2954a, Earth Day 1995)

US Ephemera
USPS stamp magnets; empty booklet covers; coil stamp wrappers; "deck" cards (protective shipping covers for stamps)
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