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 Who was the 1st president to be on a postage stamp?

Answer The first United States president to have his face on a postage stamp was George Washington. In 1847, when postage stamps first debuted in the U.S., he was on the stamp with the .10 denomination.So... Read More »
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PC Printing of Postage Stamps Vs. Machine Postage Stamp Printing?

People can't always get to the post office. Whether it is for business or personal use, many choose to print their postage from their homes or offices. The United States Postal Service (USPS) offer... Read More »
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When was the first postage stamp used?

The United Kingdom issued the first pre-paid, adhesive postage stamp on May 6, 1840. The "Penny Black," and two-pence "Blue" were sold in sheets of 240. Each postage stamp included a portrait of Q... Read More »
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Who was on the first US postage stamp?

The first two federal postage stamps, a five-cent and a 10-cent stamp, were issued in 1847, according to the National Postal Museum. Created by engraving firm Rawdon, Wright, Hatch & Edison, the fi... Read More »
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How much does a postage stamp weigh?

The weight of a postage stamp varies depending on the size of the stamp. To determine the weight of a stamp, place the stamp on a digital scale. You can calibrate a digital scale to weigh an item ... Read More »
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