The Washington Post has obtained a list of upcoming stamps the United States Postal Service (USPS) has planned for 2014, 2015 and beyond, and on the list as noted by Engadget is the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, as you can see in the screenshot below:
The Steve Jobs stamp will appear in 2015, as noted in a document titled The Citizens’ Stamp Advisory Committee. The red coloured text means it’s “in design development”. Joining Jobs for 2015 is the Peanuts cast, Elvis Presley and Johnny Carson to name a few other notables.
If there’s one stamp to collect in 2015 you can bet it’ll be a Steve Jobs stamp, which is expected to be the thinnest design ever.
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