USPS FOREVER First Class Postage Stamps, U.S. Flag, Book of 20 Stamps
About this item
- U.S. Flag FOREVER STAMP
- Issued January 29, 2016
- Book of 20 FOREVER STAMPS
- Always equal in value to the current First-Class Mail 1-ounce rate
Have fun celebrating "Old Glory" while at the same time taking care of your postage needs when you purchase these patriotic USPS FOREVER®First Class Postage Stamps, U.S. Flag, Book of 20 Stamps. Since the nation's birth, the American flag has symbolized the spirit and strength of our great nation. This set of USPS FOREVER First Class Postage Stamps features a detail of Emmanuel Faure's vivid photograph of the U.S. flag against a beautiful sky.
How Do Forever Stamps Work?
Forever stamps can be used to mail a one-ounce letter regardless of when the stamps were purchased or used and no matter what the price of stamps may be in the future. This means that when you buy the USPS FOREVER First Class Postage Stamps now, you can rest assured you will have enough postage to mail 20 1-oz envelopes whether send them off tomorrow, next month or even five years from now. As such, you will have the peace of mind to know that whether you at your home or office, mailing off important letters and cards will be quick and easy with these postage stamps. In order to use them, simply stick one on the upper right corner of the front side of your standard, 1-oz or less envelope, and drop in the mail. That's it. The USPS will do the rest.
When Were Forever Stamps First Made?
USPS FOREVER First Class Postage Stamps were first created by the United States Postal Service® back in 2007. At that time, postage for a normal-sized letter weighing one ounce or less addressed in the United States was $0.46. In 2014, this price increased to $0.49, but anyone who bought the Forever Stamps in 2013 could use them the next year, and could still use them now.
Collect Them All
While these USPS FOREVER First Class Postage Stamps feature a stunning image of the flag of the United States, other first-class stamps and Forever Stamps feature many different images, some of which are seasonal. So if you or a loved one happens to be a collector of either stamps or items showcasing in US history, be sure to pick a book of these up to complete a collection.