1973-2021 Love Series, complete set of 65

# 1475/5543 - 1973-2021 Love Series, complete set of 65

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Get a Complete Set of 65 Love Stamps
Issued Between 1973 and 2021

The Love Series has been an annual staple in the US stamp program for decades.  Over the years it’s featured many memorable stamps with beautiful images of hearts, flowers, candy, birds, and more.  But do you know how this series got its start?

The History of U.S. Love Stamps…

The introduction of the popular Christmas stamps in the 1960s led the USPS to search for a new holiday to honor on stamps.  A holiday with a close connection to greeting cards, Valentine’s Day was a natural choice. The first Love stamp was issued on January 26, 1973, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, “The City of Brotherly Love,” featuring artist Robert Indiana’s iconic “LOVE” design.

The USPS didn’t call it a Love stamp and didn’t see it as the start of a new series. They called it “A Special Stamp for Someone Special.”  Requests for another Love stamp poured in to the USPS. They issued a few stamps in the early 1980s, but still didn’t consider them a series, though they were issued in higher quantities and available for longer lengths of time than standard commemoratives. As the USPS described it, the stamps were “not just for Valentine’s Day, but for special occasions throughout the year, such as weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, and letters to loved ones.”

Love-themed stamps continued in this way until 1987. That year the USPS officially announced that they would issue a new Love stamp every year. By the following year, annual production of Love stamps neared one billion.  The USPS has issued at least one Love stamp nearly every year since. 

This is your chance to get all 65 Love stamps issued between 1973 and 2021 in one convenient time- and money-saving set.  Order yours now.

Set includes US# 1475, 1951, 2072, 2143, 2202, 2248, 2378, 2379, 2440, 2441, 2535, 2536, 2537, 2618, 2813, 2814, 2814C, 2815, 2948, 2949, 2957, 2958, 2959, 2960, 3030, 3123, 3124, 3274, 3275, 3496, 3497, 3498, 3499, 3551, 3657, 3658, 3833, 3898, 3976, 4122, 4270, 4404-05, 4450, 4531-40, 4626, 4741, 4847, 4955-56, 5036, 5155, 5255, 5339, 5431, and 5543

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Get a Complete Set of 65 Love Stamps
Issued Between 1973 and 2021

The Love Series has been an annual staple in the US stamp program for decades.  Over the years it’s featured many memorable stamps with beautiful images of hearts, flowers, candy, birds, and more.  But do you know how this series got its start?

The History of U.S. Love Stamps…

The introduction of the popular Christmas stamps in the 1960s led the USPS to search for a new holiday to honor on stamps.  A holiday with a close connection to greeting cards, Valentine’s Day was a natural choice. The first Love stamp was issued on January 26, 1973, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, “The City of Brotherly Love,” featuring artist Robert Indiana’s iconic “LOVE” design.

The USPS didn’t call it a Love stamp and didn’t see it as the start of a new series. They called it “A Special Stamp for Someone Special.”  Requests for another Love stamp poured in to the USPS. They issued a few stamps in the early 1980s, but still didn’t consider them a series, though they were issued in higher quantities and available for longer lengths of time than standard commemoratives. As the USPS described it, the stamps were “not just for Valentine’s Day, but for special occasions throughout the year, such as weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, and letters to loved ones.”

Love-themed stamps continued in this way until 1987. That year the USPS officially announced that they would issue a new Love stamp every year. By the following year, annual production of Love stamps neared one billion.  The USPS has issued at least one Love stamp nearly every year since. 

This is your chance to get all 65 Love stamps issued between 1973 and 2021 in one convenient time- and money-saving set.  Order yours now.

Set includes US# 1475, 1951, 2072, 2143, 2202, 2248, 2378, 2379, 2440, 2441, 2535, 2536, 2537, 2618, 2813, 2814, 2814C, 2815, 2948, 2949, 2957, 2958, 2959, 2960, 3030, 3123, 3124, 3274, 3275, 3496, 3497, 3498, 3499, 3551, 3657, 3658, 3833, 3898, 3976, 4122, 4270, 4404-05, 4450, 4531-40, 4626, 4741, 4847, 4955-56, 5036, 5155, 5255, 5339, 5431, and 5543