Are postal stamps legal tender?

Answer In the United States, postage stamps are not considered legal tender. They can be exchanged for goods or services if a person agrees to it. Stamps were used as currency during the Civil War.Source:... Read More »

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Who has been on U.S. postal stamps the most?

According to the American Philatelic Society, the national club for stamp collectors, the Americans who have appeared most on U.S. stamps since the first ones were issued in 1847 are George Washin... Read More »

How much are US postal stamps right now?

41 cents for a 1 oz first class letter. 17 cents adittional for each added ounce.

How much were U.S. postal stamps in 1972?

A U.S. stamp cost 8 cents in 1972. The cost of a U.S. postage stamp was set at 8 cents on May 16, 1971, and remained so until it was raised to 10 cents on March 2, 1974.Source:Cost of US and World ... Read More »

How much are postal stamps to Europe?

Mailing a regular sized letter to Europe costs 98 cents, as of 2009, although the time varies on delivery. For priority mail, or a six- to 10-day delivery time, it costs $12.95 to mail a letter to ... Read More »