Have you ever thought of an idea for a subject you’d like to see on a postage stamp? Well, if you weren’t quite sure how to get that idea to the right destination, here’s your chance.
The Postal Service invites you to submit your idea for a future stamp release. Before you start flooding the gates with submissions though, you might want to check out some of the rules and guidelines from beyondtheperf.com first. Also, be sure to review the stamp subject criteria to make sure you’re submitting a usable idea.
Once you think you have the perfect subject for submission, send it to:
Citizens’ Stamp Advisory Committee
1735 N Lynn Street Ste 5013
Arlington, VA 22209-6432
When submitting an idea, keep in mind that the submission process is not a short one and can take at least three years to get approval. Also, there is no compensation or official recognition for submitting a selected idea.
If a single living person were allowed to be on a stamp, who do you think it should be? Comment here.