Jack-o-Lantern Forever Stamps from USPS for Halloween
Posted on October 4, 2017
The Forever stamps were designed by art director Derry Noyes. The jack-o-lanterns were carved by Paul Montanari and photographed by Sally Andersen-Bruce.
USPS says, "Brought to North America by immigrants from Ireland and Scotland, Halloween became a distinctively American celebration that transcended social boundaries and ethnic origin. After World War II, widespread enthusiasm for trick-or-treating gave the holiday a youthful emphasis, but since the 1970s adults have increasingly joined the festivities once again: a 2014 survey showed that nearly 67 percent of the American population celebrates Halloween in some way."
A book of twenty stamps costs $9.80. They can be found on usps.com and Amazon.comz. They are also still available at U.S. Post Office locations.
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