What is a cachet for stamps?

Answer A cachet is collectible piece of artwork printed, painted or drawn on a mailing envelope. These small works of art mark the first day of issue of a postal stamp or an event honored by a stamp. A ... Read More »

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What Is a Gateway Cachet?

A Gateway cachet is an autographed postal envelope that commemorates sports and political events. The envelopes have been postmarked on the day honoring the event. The autographs are obtained by Ga... Read More »

How many stamps come in a book of stamps?

The United States Postal Service sells stamps in books, booklets, blocks, panes and coils. A book or booklet of stamps contains 10 or 20 stamps, a block has either four or 10, and a pane has 20. Co... Read More »

Are forever stamps valid postage stamps?

Forever stamps are valid postage for domestic letters of up to one ounce. When used to send international letters, the postage value is the same as the current value of a standard First Class stamp... Read More »

Can I use plain printing paper when printing stamps from

You can always just print them out and (if its not to much trouble) buy a thin sheet of double-sided stick adhesive(sticky sheet for short) and just apply it to the back of your printed stamps :D