Soda Fountain Favorites USPS Forever First Class Postage Stamp Parties Celebrations Weddings Showers Icecream 1 sheet of 20 Stamps
Five illustrations: a double scoop ice cream cone, an egg cream, a banana split, a root beer float, and a hot fudge sundae. The stamp booklet includes four of each design. By the late 1800s, Americans had long since begun drinking carbonated beverages for their pleasant taste, rather than their supposed health benefits. Soda jerks, the skilled operators of the nation's bustling soda fountains, offered a wide variety of syrups to flavor their product. The ice cream soda's precise origin is not clear, but by the turn of the 20th century it had become a fountain staple. The rise of refrigeration helped establishments produce, serve, and store frozen confections, whose popularity surged. By the 1960s, the number of soda fountains had dramatically decreased, but today soda fountain culture lives on in homes, restaurants, and ice cream parlors across America. Artist Nancy Stahl created the illustrations of the soda fountain treats. Art director Ethel Kessler designed the stamps, which are being issued as a First-Class Mail Forever booklet of 20. These Forever stamps will always be equal in value to the current First-Class Mail one-ounce price.
Mister Mr. Rogers 5 Sheets of 20 Forever USPS Postage Stamp Celebration Children Party (100 stamps)
Fred Rogers (1928-2003) was known as a beloved television neighbor to generations of children. His groundbreaking public television series Mister Rogers' Neighborhood inspired and educated young viewers with warmth, sensitivity and honesty.Filmed in Pittsburgh and first distributed nationally in 1968 by a predecessor of the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), the program was innovative and unlike anything on television for children at that time. Each episode of "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" began with its host welcoming the audience into his television house. While singing "Won't You Be My Neighbor?" Rogers always put on his trademark cardigan, changed into sneakers and then introduced the day's topic. He discussed many of the experiences of growing up, delicately covering everything from sharing and friendship to difficult subjects like anger, fear and divorce.
Villains 5 Sheets of 20 Forever USPS First Class one Ounce Postage Stamps Party Celebration Wedding
This issuance celebrates the rich legacy of the Walt Disney Studios Ink & Paint Department with a sheet of 20 stamps featuring 10 classic Disney villains. Beginning in 1923, Disney?s Ink & Paint Department helped create classic animated films. Its artists brought life to countless memorable characters, including many iconic Disney villains. Each stamp showcases one of 10 classic Disney villains against a blue background: Maleficent (Sleeping Beauty), Honest John (Pinocchio), Cruella De Vil (One Hundred and One Dalmatians), Captain Hook (Peter Pan), the Queen of Hearts (Alice in Wonderland), Lady Tremaine (Cinderella), Ursula (The Little Mermaid), the Queen (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs), Gaston (Beauty and the Beast), and Scar (The Lion King). The words ?USA? and ?FOREVER? appear in the top right corner or bottom right corner of each stamp and the name of the classic villain and the movie in which the character appears runs along the left edge. The selvage area features the Queen from Snow White standing in front of an ornate background. The reverse side of the sheet includes drawings of the 10 characters and a quote by each one
Protect Pollinators Sheet of 20 Forever USPS First Class one Ounce Postage Stamps Environment Wedding Party
The U.S. Postal Service pays tribute to the beauty and importance of pollinators with stamps depicting two of our continent?s most iconic, the monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) and the western honeybee (Apis mellifera), each shown industriously pollinating a variety of plants native to North America. The stamps from top left to right feature a monarch and a coneflower (photo by Karen Mayford); a monarch and a zinnia (photo by Bonnie Sue Rauch); a monarch and a goldenrod (photo by Justin Fowler); a western honeybee and a golden ragwort (photo by George D. Lepp); and in the second row, the second image from the left, a western honeybee and a New England aster (photo by Michael Durham). The remainder of the stamps in this pane of 20 recur in a scattered arrangement reminiscent of a field of wildflowers. The selvage photograph features a monarch and a goldenrod?a different view of the same two species depicted on one of the stamps (photo by Justin Fowler). These particular species exemplify the ecological service provided by all pollinators, which include other insects, birds, and bats. Crop pollination by insects contributes some $15 billion of produce to the U.S. economy each year. Trending declines in their populations alert us that pollinators now need mindful human interventi...
Colorful Celebration USPS Forever Postage Stamps Booklet of 20 Self-Adhesive (5 Booklets of 20 Stamps) Weddings, Parties, etc.
Colorful Celebrations 10 Stamp Designs Celebrate any festive occasion with Colorful Celebrations, a new stamp issuance from the U.S. Postal Service. The booklet of 20 stamps includes 10 vivid, digitally created designs featuring eye-popping patterns that showcase geometric shapes, flowers, and birds. Papel picado, an intricate art form that was developed in Mexico, served as the inspiration for the stamp art. The Spanish term translates to "pierced paper." Crafted with sharp tools and layers of tissue paper, papel picado designs often include birds, flowers, and religious iconography. The elaborate decorations are hung during holidays, weddings, birthdays, and other festivities. Colorful Celebrations is being issued as a First-Class Mail Forever booklet of 20. These Forever stamps will always be equal in value to the current First-Class Mail one-ounce price. ssue Date: June 03, 2016 Art Director/Designer: Sally Andersen-Bruce, Derry Noyes, Atzin Gaytan
The Classic Era Souvenir Sheet of 6 Forever USPS Postage Stamps Patriotic, Historic, George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, Abraham Lincoln (3 Sheets of 6 stamps)
This is a beautiful Classics Forever souvenir sheet of 6 USPS forever stamps. The stamps featured are: George Washington stamp, first issued in 1851 at 12 cents. Portrait based on a painting by Gilbert Stuart. Stamp originally engraved by Toppan, Carpenter, Casilear & Co. Benjamin Franklin stamp, first issued in 1851 at one cent. Portrait based on a bust carved by Jean-Jacques Caffiéri. Stamp originally engraved by Toppan, Carpenter, Casilear & Co. George Washington stamp, first issued in 1860 at 24 cents. Portrait based on a painting by Gilbert Stuart. Stamp originally engraved by Toppan, Carpenter & Co. George Washington stamp, first issued in 1860 at 90 cents. Portrait based on a painting by John Trumbull. Stamp originally engraved by Toppan, Carpenter & Co. Abraham Lincoln stamp, first issued in 1866 at 15 cents. Portrait based on a photograph by Christopher Smith German. Stamp originally engraved by National Bank Note Co. Benjamin Franklin stamp, first issued in 1861 at one cent. Portrait based on a bust carved by Jean-Antoine Houdon. Stamp originally engraved by National Bank Note Co.
Wonder Woman 75th Anniversary Sheet of 20 Forever First Class Postage Stamps Scott 5150 By USPS
Seventy-five years ago, while most comic book damsels in distress helplessly awaited rescue by their male protectors, Wonder Woman confidently brushed aside this established gender barrier. In groundbreaking tales, Wonder Woman continues to defuse the havoc of a male-dominated world-always with justice, equality, and peace. The U.S. Postal Service celebrates her diamond anniversary by chronicling her evolution in comics, from her World War II origins to today. In the wake of Superman's phenomenal launch in 1938, hordes of copycat Super Heroes appeared in the pages of comic books. Most were short-lived, some endured, and virtually all were male characters. Then, in 1941, came Wonder Woman. With her peaceful ways and fearlessness, Wonder Woman stood out from the pack. Creator William Moulton Marston was a psychologist who contributed toward the development of the polygraph-"lie detector"-and whose theories about women's potential were atypical of his era. The middle-aged Ivy Leaguer was unlike most creators of Super Heroes in the genre's early days: typically scrappy young sons of immigrants, seeking opportunity during the Depression. In comic books Marston recognized a powerful medium for his message. For this mission he assumed a secret identity: Charles Moulton. Marston's Wonder...
Peace Rose 5 books of 20 Forever USPS Postage Stamp Wedding Engagement Celebration Love (100 Stamps)
The new Peace Rose stamp celebrates one of the most popular roses of all time. The stamp art features a detail from a photograph of the Peace Rose blossom and its creamy yellow petals, with a touch of pink on the edges. The rose revolutionized hybrid tea roses with its unique coloring, hardiness, and disease resistance. Art director Ethel Kessler designed the stamp with an existing photograph taken by Richard C. Baer.
Celebration Boutonniere USPS Forever Stamps Sheet of 20 - New Stamp Issued 2017
On May 2, 2017, in St. Louis, MO, the U.S. Postal Service issued the Celebration Boutonniere First-Class Mail stamp (Forever), in one design, in a pressure-sensitive adhesive (PSA) pane of 20 stamps (Item 563300). Similar in design to the 2-ounce Celebration Corsage stamp, the Celebration Boutonniere can be used for wedding RSVP cards. It is also perfect for party invitations, thank-you notes, announcements, birthday cards, Father's Day cards, and other occasions when a beautiful stamp is fitting. The stamp art features a photograph of an arrangement of Ranunculus with floral accents of succulents, Astrantia, Berzelia, and clubmoss greenery. The ribbon wrapping the stems harmonizes with the colors and textures of the plant material. The boutonniere was arranged by floral designer Carol Caggiano and photographed by Renée Comet. Art director Ethel Kessler designed this stamp.
Celebration Boutonniere USPS Forever Stamps Sheet of 20 - New Stamp Issued 2017 (Pack of 5 Sheets)
Celebration Boutonniere is a new stamp issued by the U.S. Postal Service. Similar in design to the two-ounce Celebration Corsage stamp, it can be used on RSVP envelopes often enclosed with wedding invitations. It is also perfect for party invitations, thank-you notes, announcements, or any other correspondence. For centuries, boutonnieres-or buttonhole flowers, as they were called in Britain-were a staple of a well-dressed man's outfit. For most of the 20th century, a single flower pinned to a lapel or inserted into a jacket buttonhole was part of a sophisticated, debonair man's wardrobe. Today, boutonnieres, still very fashionable, are worn at weddings by the groom, groomsmen, father of the groom, and best man, and at other special occasions, including proms, anniversaries, retirement parties, or military memorial services. Art director Ethel Kessler designed the stamp. The boutonniere was arranged by floral designer Carol Caggiano and photographed by Renée Comet. A Forever stamp, Celebration Boutonniere will always be equal in value to the current First-Class Mail one-ounce price.
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Graduation Invitation Party Postage Stamps
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http://www.ArtisticPostage.com - Invite all your friends and relatives to your 2009 graduation party in style with these class of 2009 graduation invitation party postage stamps.