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  2. International reply coupon - Wikipedia

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    International reply coupon. An international reply coupon (IRC) is a coupon that can be exchanged for one or more postage stamps representing the minimum postage for an unregistered priority airmail letter of up to twenty grams sent to another Universal Postal Union (UPU) member country. IRCs are accepted by all UPU member countries.

  3. Price of a US stamp rises to 66 cents, the second hike this ...

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    Stamps prices are on the rise, again — one of several changes the U.S. Postal Service is rolling out this month. When announcing its intention to raise forever stamp prices to 66 cents earlier ...

  4. US Postal Service hiking stamp prices Sunday - AOL

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    USPS in January boosted stamp prices to 63 cents from 60 cents. The Postal Service on Sunday is raising overall first-class mail prices by 5.4% after the Postal Regulatory Commission gave approval.

  5. 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.

  6. History of United States postage rates - Wikipedia

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    Postal rates to 1847. Initial United States postage rates were set by Congress as part of the Postal Service Act signed into law by President George Washington on February 20, 1792. The postal rate varied according to "distance zone", the distance a letter was to be carried from the post office where it entered the mail to its final destination.

  7. United States Postal Service - Wikipedia

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    The full eagle logo, used in various versions from 1970 to 1993. The United States Postal Service (USPS), also known as the Post Office, U.S. Mail, or Postal Service, is an independent agency of the executive branch of the United States federal government responsible for providing postal service in the United States, its insular areas, and its associated states.

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