#2598a – 1994 29c Eagle, self-adh, pane of 18

U.S. #2598
1994 29¢ Eagle
Issue Date: February 4, 1994
City: Sarasota, Florida
Quantity: 360,000,000
Printed By: National Label Company for 3M
Printing Method: Photogravure
Perforations: Die cut
Color: Red, cream, and blue
 
By 1994, self-adhesive stamps were here to stay. The first-such stamp was issued in 1974, but unfortunately, this "stamp of the future" was not technologically efficient to produce, and it would by 16 years before the next self-adhesive would come on the market. Within just four short years, however, these lick-free, tear-free stamps had become a significant part of the U.S. stamp program.
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U.S. #2598
1994 29¢ Eagle

Issue Date: February 4, 1994
City: Sarasota, Florida
Quantity: 360,000,000
Printed By: National Label Company for 3M
Printing Method: Photogravure
Perforations: Die cut
Color: Red, cream, and blue
 
By 1994, self-adhesive stamps were here to stay. The first-such stamp was issued in 1974, but unfortunately, this "stamp of the future" was not technologically efficient to produce, and it would by 16 years before the next self-adhesive would come on the market. Within just four short years, however, these lick-free, tear-free stamps had become a significant part of the U.S. stamp program.