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  2. Are Forever Stamps Worth the Investment? - AOL

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    The USPS began selling Forever Stamps, featuring an image of the Liberty Bell, in April of 2007. The Liberty Bell design remained the only Forever Stamp until 2010 when a Holiday Evergreens ...

  3. Is the price of a 'forever' stamp going up in 2021? - AOL

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    The forever stamp rate has been at 55 cents since Jan. 27, 2019. The price will hold steady even as other postage rates increase by up to 1.8% in late January 2021. "The Postal Service has some of ...

  4. The US Postal Service wants to hike stamp prices again in ...

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    Stamp prices alone have soared 36% since 2019 when they used to cost 50 cents. The Postal Service last raised First-Class stamp prices by two cents in January, just a few months after it raised ...

  5. Non-denominated postage - Wikipedia

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    A 2012 U.S. Forever stamp. In 2006, the USPS applied for permission to issue a first-class postage stamp similar to non-denominated stamps, termed the "Forever stamp". The first such stamp was unveiled on March 26, 2007, and went on sale April 12, 2007, for 41 cents (US$0.41). Termed the "Liberty Bell" stamp, it was marked "USA first-class ...

  6. History of United States postage rates - Wikipedia

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    During the summer of 2010, the USPS requested the Postal Regulatory Commission to raise the price of a first-class stamp by 2 cents, from 44 cents to 46 cents, to take effect January 2, 2011. On September 30, 2010, the PRC formally denied the request, but the USPS filed an appeal with the Federal Court of Appeals in Washington DC.

  7. Postage stamps and postal history of the United States

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    Benjamin Franklin — George Washington The First U.S. Postage Stamps, issued 1847. The first stamp issues were authorized by an act of Congress and approved on March 3, 1847. [20] The earliest known use of the Franklin 5¢ is July 7, 1847, while the earliest known use of the Washington 10¢ is July 2, 1847.

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