USPS has announced some of next year’s planned stamp releases.
The Postal Service has announced some of its planned stamps for 2019, including releases that honor poet Walt Whitman, entertainers Marvin Gaye and Gregory Hines, Post Office murals, and the nation’s scenic rivers.
Here’s what’s coming:
Hearts Blossom, the latest stamp in the Love series
Year of the Boar, the 12th and final stamp in the Celebrating Lunar New Year series
Gregory Hines, the 42nd stamp in the Black Heritage series
Cactus Flowers, a booklet of 20 stamps that feature 10 images
Alabama Statehood, which celebrates the state’s bicentennial
Marvin Gaye, a Music Icons stamp
USS Missouri, which honors the 75th anniversary of the battleship’s commissioning in June 1944
Post Office Murals, a pane of 10 stamps that feature five Great Depression-era murals
U.S. Flag, the latest stamp to honor the nation’s most recognizable symbol
Wild and Scenic Rivers, a pane of a dozen different designs
Walt Whitman, the 32nd stamp in the Literary Arts series
Frogs, a booklet of 20 stamps that showcase four designs
State and County Fairs, four se-tenant stamps that work together as a panorama and also as individual images
Woodstock, which celebrates the 50th anniversary of the August 1969 music fair
Winter Berries, a booklet of 20 stamps that feature four designs
Joshua Tree, a Priority Mail stamp that depicts a desert scene
Bethesda Fountain, a Priority Mail Express stamp that commemorates one of the most iconic statues in New York City’s Central Park
Coral Reefs, four postcard stamps
California Dogface, the seventh nonmachineable butterfly stamp for use on irregularly sized envelopes
U.S. Flag Stamp Envelope, a stamped envelope
Additional stamps will be announced throughout 2019. The USPS news release has more information.