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Commemorative Stamp

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Commemorative Stamp - definitions

Commemorative Stamp - A postage stamp that depicts the cultural and historical heritage of the United States (for example, important people, events, places, or special subjects of national appeal or significance). This type of stamp is usually issued at the prime (or common current) rate, is printed in limited quantities, is typically large and colorful, and is sold for a limited time. (Compare with definitive stamp and special-issue stamp.)

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Source: USPS, 05 September 2009 11:40:29, External

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commemorative stamp - A stamp that is issued to commemorate an event or to honour a person, normally printed in limited quantities and sold within a specific period of time. [timbre-poste commémoratif]

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Source: Canada Post, 27 December 2012 11:31:50, External

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