#3189h – 1999 33c Celebrate the Century - 1970s: VCRs

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U.S. #3189h
1999 33¢ VCRs
1970s Celebrate the Century Series

Issue Date: November 18, 1999
City: New York, New York
Quantity: 90,000,000
Printed By: Ashton-Potter
Printing Method: Offset Press
Perforations: 11.5 X 11.5
Color: multicolored
 
The eighth sheet of fifteen stamps in the Celebrate the Century Series features subjects from the years 1970-1979.
 
The videocassette recorder revolutionized the way Americans watched television. A VCR could be programmed to record a show on a videocassette to be watched at a later time. The first model was sold by Philips in 1970 and it could record one hour of programming. In 1977, RCA introduced a model that had a four-hour recording time. In the early 2000s, DVD players replaced VCR’s for playing prerecorded videos and digital video recorders (DVRs) have become the recording device of choice.
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U.S. #3189h
1999 33¢ VCRs
1970s Celebrate the Century Series

Issue Date: November 18, 1999
City: New York, New York
Quantity: 90,000,000
Printed By: Ashton-Potter
Printing Method: Offset Press
Perforations: 11.5 X 11.5
Color: multicolored
 
The eighth sheet of fifteen stamps in the Celebrate the Century Series features subjects from the years 1970-1979.
 
The videocassette recorder revolutionized the way Americans watched television. A VCR could be programmed to record a show on a videocassette to be watched at a later time. The first model was sold by Philips in 1970 and it could record one hour of programming. In 1977, RCA introduced a model that had a four-hour recording time. In the early 2000s, DVD players replaced VCR’s for playing prerecorded videos and digital video recorders (DVRs) have become the recording device of choice.