USPS unveil 2010 stamps

Nobel Peace Prize honoree Mother Teresa, legendary actress Katharine Hepburn, baseball heroes and cowboys of the silver screen are among the subjects headlining the 2010 stamp program, USPS has announced. In addition, consumers get much-needed assistance in sending greeting cards: the first stamp designed especially for oversized or odd-sized cards. On 17 May, the Postal Service will issue the Monarch stamp for use on cards that require additional postage. An illustration of a generic butterfly will be depicted on cards or envelopes to remind customers to buy the new Monarch butterfly stamp.

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