Make sure there is snow for your holiday celebrations with these 4 Snow Globes stamps from the U.S. Postal Service.
Each snow globe showcases a holiday icon—a snowman in a red-and-white scarf; Santa Claus on a rooftop; a reindeer in a wintry forest; and a snow-covered tree with ornaments.
Christmas snow globes are miniature holiday celebrations. One shake and snow covers the scene. Your holiday mail can assure a small snowfall for everyone on your list.
Snow Globes stamps are being issued as Forever® stamps in booklets of 20. Forever stamps are always equal in value to the current First Class Mail® one-ounce price.
Let it snow!
|Issue:||Snow Globes Stamps|
|Denomination &||First-Class Mail Forever|
|Type of Issue:|
|Format:||Double-sided Booklet of 20 (4 designs)|
|Issue Date & City:||September 19, 2023, Breckenridge, CO 80424|
|Designer:||Derry Noyes, Washington, DC|
|Art Director:||Derry Noyes, Washington, DC|
|Printer:||Ashton Potter (USA) Ltd (APU)|
|Press Type:||Muller A76|
|Stamps per Booklet:||20|
|Print Quantity:||550,000,000 stamps|
|Paper Type:||Nonphosphored Type III, Block Tagged|
|Colors:||Black, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow|
|Image Area (w x h):||0.77 x 1.05 in / 19.558 x 26.67 mm|
|Stamp Size (w x h):||0.91 x 1.19 in / 23.114 x 30.226 mm|
|Booklet Size (w x h):||5.76 x 2.38 in / 146.304 x 60.452 mm|
|Plate Size:||880 stamps per revolution|
|Plate Numbers:||“P” followed by four (4) single digits|
|Marginal Markings:||Header: “Snow Globes” Twenty First-Class Forever Stamps • ©2022 USPS in peel strip area • Barcode • USPS logo • Promotional text • Plate number in peel strip area|