Do You Own the 1991-94
Regular Issue Stamp Set?
Fill the gaps in your collection with this convenient set of 18 regular issue stamps from 1991 through 1994. Set includes the sixth non-denominated rate change stamp, the third design change in the series. The design for this stamp was created for a student assignment at Yale University School of Art and Architecture. Months after the “F” stamp was issued, the U.S. Postal Service issued a 29¢ denominated stamp with the same flower design. This was the first time a non-denominated rate change stamp was followed by a denominated stamp of the same design.
Set also includes two new flag stamps, one picturing the flag with the Olympic rings, and one picturing three flags in a parade formation. The Flags on Parade stamp unofficially commemorated the 125th anniversary of the first Memorial Day celebration in Waterloo, New York. Further additions to the series include the second and third “mini-scapes” stamps. Also included is the torch stamp, the first ATM stamp printed on paper, rather than plastic. This change came about after people complained that the previous polyester stamps were not environmentally friendly.
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