Stamp of the Week – Clarifications and Corrections

The last Stamp of the Week post requires a correction. Our brand new philatelic research assistant, that would be me, was mistaken in stating that the Cape Hatteras stamps was the first U.S. issue to have perforations on the image. The 1967 space walk issue, pictured above, was the first to be printed in this manner.

We apologize for the inconvenience and any undo hard ship this may have caused our readers.

Effective immediately, the employee responsible has been transferred out of the philatelic department and into the culinary department. He will be replaced with Mr. Zip Code.

3 thoughts on “Stamp of the Week – Clarifications and Corrections

  1. That is good to know! As a joke, I hope that the two holes in the image doesn’t damaged the cable… 🙂
    I admit that I always love to see generic blogs with an active stamp collecting corner. Good luck to Mr. Zip Code!

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    1. Stamp collecting, in the U.S., is not as popular as it was when I was growing up forty years ago! I thank you for visiting and the encouraging words! I will check out your site this weekend.

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    2. I am sad you are giving up your blog! I wish you all the best going forward. Thank you for being one of the first visitors to respond to my Stamp on the Week posts.
      Keep in touch and happy collecting!

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