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# 5644-47 - 2021 First-Class Forever Stamps - Christmas

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US #5644-47
2021 A Visit From St. Nick

• Continues the decades-long tradition of the USPS issuing holiday-themed stamps


Stamp Category:
  Commemorative
Value:  58¢ First Class Mail Rate (Forever)
First Day of Issue:  October 7, 2021
First Day City:  Santa Claus, Indiana
Quantity Issued:  400,000,000
Printed by:  Ashton Potter (USA) Ltd.
Printing Method:  Offset
Format:  Double-sided Booklets of 20
Tagging:  Nonphosphored Type III, Block Tag

Why the stamps were issued:  To commemorate Santa Claus and his role in bringing joy during the holiday season.

About the stamp design:  Stamps picture Santa performing his usual duties on Christmas Eve night. Original artwork by Brad Woodard.

First Day City:  The First Day of Issue Ceremony was held in The Celebration Room of Santa’s Lodge in Santa Claus, Indiana.

History the stamp represents:  In 2021, the USPS issued a set of four Forever stamps picturing different scenes from the classic Christmas poem “A Visit From St. Nicholas.” The set was even named after the poem, though shortened slightly to A Visit From St. Nick. The stamps picture St. Nicholas on a roof about to go down a chimney, a fireplace with stockings, St. Nicholas winking, and a view of him flying across the sky in his sleigh.

“A Visit From St. Nicholas” was first published on December 23, 1823, in the Troy Sentinel from Troy, New York. It was written anonymously at first, but in 1837, Clement Clarke Moore came forward as the author. It’s said that, as a professor, Moore was initially reluctant to be associated with such a nonacademic piece of writing. History says it was his children who finally convinced him to take credit.

Today, countless places around the world host readings of “A Visit From St. Nicholas” (often nicknamed “’Twas the Night Before Christmas”) around the holiday season. Oftentimes, the first time children hear the poem is when it’s read by a parent or grandparent. The experience creates a lasting memory that sticks with you for all Christmases to come.

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US #5644-47
2021 A Visit From St. Nick

• Continues the decades-long tradition of the USPS issuing holiday-themed stamps


Stamp Category:
  Commemorative
Value:  58¢ First Class Mail Rate (Forever)
First Day of Issue:  October 7, 2021
First Day City:  Santa Claus, Indiana
Quantity Issued:  400,000,000
Printed by:  Ashton Potter (USA) Ltd.
Printing Method:  Offset
Format:  Double-sided Booklets of 20
Tagging:  Nonphosphored Type III, Block Tag

Why the stamps were issued:  To commemorate Santa Claus and his role in bringing joy during the holiday season.

About the stamp design:  Stamps picture Santa performing his usual duties on Christmas Eve night. Original artwork by Brad Woodard.

First Day City:  The First Day of Issue Ceremony was held in The Celebration Room of Santa’s Lodge in Santa Claus, Indiana.

History the stamp represents:  In 2021, the USPS issued a set of four Forever stamps picturing different scenes from the classic Christmas poem “A Visit From St. Nicholas.” The set was even named after the poem, though shortened slightly to A Visit From St. Nick. The stamps picture St. Nicholas on a roof about to go down a chimney, a fireplace with stockings, St. Nicholas winking, and a view of him flying across the sky in his sleigh.

“A Visit From St. Nicholas” was first published on December 23, 1823, in the Troy Sentinel from Troy, New York. It was written anonymously at first, but in 1837, Clement Clarke Moore came forward as the author. It’s said that, as a professor, Moore was initially reluctant to be associated with such a nonacademic piece of writing. History says it was his children who finally convinced him to take credit.

Today, countless places around the world host readings of “A Visit From St. Nicholas” (often nicknamed “’Twas the Night Before Christmas”) around the holiday season. Oftentimes, the first time children hear the poem is when it’s read by a parent or grandparent. The experience creates a lasting memory that sticks with you for all Christmases to come.