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“Forever” stamps

The US postal service has raised the First Class mail postage a few times in past few years. I kind of lost track of at what price I bought my stamps since some of them do not have a face value printed on them. Today I asked an post office staff. She told me that those stamps without a face value are called “Forever” stamps, and they can be used no matter what the current potage rate is. Great!

Correction (7/1/2008): that staff was wrong. There is only one forever stamp: http://www.usps.com/communications/newsroom/2007stamps/forever/welcome.htm

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  1. May 22, 2008 at 6:39 pm

    Yeah, GB has has not generally been putting a price on for a while.

    Thing is thugh what will mint stamps with a price on be worth when GB (Great Britain) ends up in the Euro? Personally I am taking out many mint stamps from my collection and using for postage

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