#CLUBPDS – US Postage Due Stamps Introductory Offer

Join Mystic's US Postage Due Stamp Club Today!

Collect US Postage Due stamps – a unique part of American postal history.  They were the first US stamps that didn't pre-pay mail delivery.  In addition to being important "firsts," they're beloved for their simple, yet elegant designs and fine engraving.  The US issued its first Postage Due stamps in 1879.  Up until that time, mail that was sent with insufficient postage might be returned to the sender.  Or it would be delivered to the addressee with a handwritten or rubber-stamped note of the postage that was due.  The creation of Postage Due stamps simplified the process.  They remained in use for 106 years (until 1985), but remain popular among collectors today..

How it Works

Every few weeks you'll receive a shipment of US Postage Due stamps to examine risk-free for up to 21 days.  Join today to get your first shipment and save 30% off the regular price!
  • Preview each shipment before you buy.
  • FREE fully illustrated album and archival-quality mounts with your third shipment.
  • No obligation to buy, if you must pass on a shipment, simply return the stamps and owe nothing.  Quit anytime.
  • Easy, affordable way to build your US Postage Due stamp collection.

What You'll Receive With Your First Shipment

US #J22 – 1891 1¢ Postage Due
US #J23 – 1891 2¢ Postage Due
US #J39 – 1895 2¢ Postage Due
US #J46 – 1910 2¢ Postage Due
US #J63 – 1917 3¢ Postage Due
US #J64 – 1917 10¢ Postage Due, Perforated 11
US #J65 – 1917 10¢ Postage Due, Perforated 11
US #J67 – 1917 50¢ Postage Due, Perforated 11
US #J68 – 1925 1/2¢ Postage Due, dull red
US #J79 – 1931 1/2¢ Rotary Press
US #J80 – 1931 1¢ Rotary Press
US #J84 – 1931 10¢ Rotary Press
US #J88 – 1959 1/2¢ Rotary Press
US #J94 – 1959 6¢ Rotary Press
US #J103 – 1978 13¢ Postage Due Membership may be subject to prior approval and is only available to US residents at this time.
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Join Mystic's US Postage Due Stamp Club Today!

Collect US Postage Due stamps – a unique part of American postal history.  They were the first US stamps that didn't pre-pay mail delivery.  In addition to being important "firsts," they're beloved for their simple, yet elegant designs and fine engraving.  The US issued its first Postage Due stamps in 1879.  Up until that time, mail that was sent with insufficient postage might be returned to the sender.  Or it would be delivered to the addressee with a handwritten or rubber-stamped note of the postage that was due.  The creation of Postage Due stamps simplified the process.  They remained in use for 106 years (until 1985), but remain popular among collectors today..

How it Works

Every few weeks you'll receive a shipment of US Postage Due stamps to examine risk-free for up to 21 days.  Join today to get your first shipment and save 30% off the regular price!

  • Preview each shipment before you buy.
  • FREE fully illustrated album and archival-quality mounts with your third shipment.
  • No obligation to buy, if you must pass on a shipment, simply return the stamps and owe nothing.  Quit anytime.
  • Easy, affordable way to build your US Postage Due stamp collection.

What You'll Receive With Your First Shipment

US #J22 – 1891 1¢ Postage Due
US #J23 – 1891 2¢ Postage Due
US #J39 – 1895 2¢ Postage Due
US #J46 – 1910 2¢ Postage Due
US #J63 – 1917 3¢ Postage Due
US #J64 – 1917 10¢ Postage Due, Perforated 11
US #J65 – 1917 10¢ Postage Due, Perforated 11
US #J67 – 1917 50¢ Postage Due, Perforated 11
US #J68 – 1925 1/2¢ Postage Due, dull red
US #J79 – 1931 1/2¢ Rotary Press
US #J80 – 1931 1¢ Rotary Press
US #J84 – 1931 10¢ Rotary Press
US #J88 – 1959 1/2¢ Rotary Press
US #J94 – 1959 6¢ Rotary Press
US #J103 – 1978 13¢ Postage Due

Membership may be subject to prior approval and is only available to US residents at this time.