The new "Thank You" stamps from the U.S. Postal Service were dedicated during a special dedication ceremony on Friday, August 21, 2020.
The ceremony was scheduled during the Virtual Stamp Show.
By clicking the video window below, you can go directly to the video on YouTube.
The Dedication is hosted by the American Topical Association, with speakers from USPS, the American Philatelic Society and the American First Day Cover Society.
Thank You stamps will add visual appeal to notes, cards and letters of thanks to acknowledge a favor, an act of kindness, a job well done or gifts received for any occasion.
The words “Thank You” are highlighted in gold foil in cursive script. An elegant floral design swirls through and around the words. Each of the four stamps features a background color of soft maroon, muted green, grayish blue and purple.
The American Topical Association will send a free First Day Program to anyone who visits its website or sends an email request.
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