#YS2013IA – 2013 Complete Imperforate Year Set - 110 stamps

 Get Every Modern U.S. Imperforate Stamp Issued in 2013 at Once!

2012 was the first year the USPS issued a small number of commemorative stamps imperforate.  Demand was strong and most issues sold out quickly, leaving many collectors empty-handed.  The stamps were available only in expensive uncut press sheets from Stamp Fulfillment Services in Kansas City, Missouri.  That only added fuel to the fire – collectors weren't happy being forced to buy an entire pricey sheet when all they wanted was a single stamp.
  This continued for the next few years while the USPS sporadically issued imperforate stamps.  Then in February 2016, it abruptly suspended the imperforate series.  In 2018, as suddenly as the USPS had introduced the first modern imperforate stamps, they announced no further imperforates would be released.  This was a big disappointment to the many collectors interested in owning these modern rarities.
  In 2021, the USPS did an about-face and announced it would start issuing imperforates again.  This time, the quantities were even smaller, in some cases just 3,000-5,000.  Nobody but the USPS knows the exact numbers for sure.  Compared to perforated modern commemorative stamps (issued in the millions), these numbers are incredibly small.
  This is your chance to get all 90 modern imperforate stamps issued by the United States in 2013 in mint condition – in one easy, money-saving order!  Given the scarcity of these stamps, you won't see many opportunities like this one.  Hurry and send for yours today while they're still available and affordable!

Here are the imperforate stamps included:

US #4721a – 45¢ Emancipation Proclamation
US #4726a – 45¢ Chinese Lunar New Year: Year of the Snake
US #4727-30b – 33¢ Apples (Se-tenant)
US #4735a – 66¢ Wedding Cake
US #4736a – 66¢ Spicebush Swallowtail
US #4737b – 86¢ Tufted Puffins
US #4740a – $1.10 Global Forever: Earth
US #4741a – 46¢ Sealed with Love
US #4742a – 46¢ Rosa Parks
US #4743-47b – 46¢ Muscle Cars (Se-tenant)
US #4748m – 46¢ Modern Art in America (Sheet of 12)
US #4750-53b – 46¢ La Florida (Se-tenant)
US #4764b – 46¢ Wedding: Where Dreams Blossom
US #4765a – 66¢ Wedding: Yes I Do
US #4786a – 46¢ Lydia Mendoza
US #4787-88b – 46¢ Civil War Sesquicentennial: 1863 (Sheet of 12)
US #4789a – 46¢ Johnny Cash
US #4790a – 46¢ West Virginia Statehood
US #4791-95b – 46¢ New England Lighthouses (Se-tenant)
US #4800a – 46¢ EID
US #4801m – 46¢ Made in America (Sheet of 12)
US #4803a – 46¢ Althea Gibson
US #4804a – 46¢ The 1963 March on Washington
US #4805a – 46¢ War of 1812: Battle of Lake Erie
US #4806b – $2.00 Inverted Jenny (Sheet of 6)
US #4807a – 46¢ Ray Charles
US #4813a – 46¢ Holy Family
US #4814a – $1.10 Evergreen Wreath
US #4815b – 46¢ Virgin & Child
US #4816d – 46¢ Poinsettia (Sennett Security Products)
US #4817-20c – 46¢ Gingerbread Houses (Se-tenant)
US #4822-23e – 46¢ Medal of Honor: World War II (Pair)
US #4824a – 46¢ Hanukkah
US #4845a – 46¢ Kwanzaa
   
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 Get Every Modern U.S. Imperforate Stamp Issued in 2013 at Once!

2012 was the first year the USPS issued a small number of commemorative stamps imperforate.  Demand was strong and most issues sold out quickly, leaving many collectors empty-handed.  The stamps were available only in expensive uncut press sheets from Stamp Fulfillment Services in Kansas City, Missouri.  That only added fuel to the fire – collectors weren't happy being forced to buy an entire pricey sheet when all they wanted was a single stamp.
 

This continued for the next few years while the USPS sporadically issued imperforate stamps.  Then in February 2016, it abruptly suspended the imperforate series.  In 2018, as suddenly as the USPS had introduced the first modern imperforate stamps, they announced no further imperforates would be released.  This was a big disappointment to the many collectors interested in owning these modern rarities.
 

In 2021, the USPS did an about-face and announced it would start issuing imperforates again.  This time, the quantities were even smaller, in some cases just 3,000-5,000.  Nobody but the USPS knows the exact numbers for sure.  Compared to perforated modern commemorative stamps (issued in the millions), these numbers are incredibly small.
 

This is your chance to get all 90 modern imperforate stamps issued by the United States in 2013 in mint condition – in one easy, money-saving order!  Given the scarcity of these stamps, you won't see many opportunities like this one.  Hurry and send for yours today while they're still available and affordable!

Here are the imperforate stamps included:

US #4721a – 45¢ Emancipation Proclamation
US #4726a – 45¢ Chinese Lunar New Year: Year of the Snake
US #4727-30b – 33¢ Apples (Se-tenant)
US #4735a – 66¢ Wedding Cake
US #4736a – 66¢ Spicebush Swallowtail
US #4737b – 86¢ Tufted Puffins
US #4740a – $1.10 Global Forever: Earth
US #4741a – 46¢ Sealed with Love
US #4742a – 46¢ Rosa Parks
US #4743-47b – 46¢ Muscle Cars (Se-tenant)
US #4748m – 46¢ Modern Art in America (Sheet of 12)
US #4750-53b – 46¢ La Florida (Se-tenant)
US #4764b – 46¢ Wedding: Where Dreams Blossom
US #4765a – 66¢ Wedding: Yes I Do
US #4786a – 46¢ Lydia Mendoza
US #4787-88b – 46¢ Civil War Sesquicentennial: 1863 (Sheet of 12)
US #4789a – 46¢ Johnny Cash
US #4790a – 46¢ West Virginia Statehood
US #4791-95b – 46¢ New England Lighthouses (Se-tenant)
US #4800a – 46¢ EID
US #4801m – 46¢ Made in America (Sheet of 12)
US #4803a – 46¢ Althea Gibson
US #4804a – 46¢ The 1963 March on Washington
US #4805a – 46¢ War of 1812: Battle of Lake Erie
US #4806b – $2.00 Inverted Jenny (Sheet of 6)
US #4807a – 46¢ Ray Charles
US #4813a – 46¢ Holy Family
US #4814a – $1.10 Evergreen Wreath
US #4815b – 46¢ Virgin & Child
US #4816d – 46¢ Poinsettia (Sennett Security Products)
US #4817-20c – 46¢ Gingerbread Houses (Se-tenant)
US #4822-23e – 46¢ Medal of Honor: World War II (Pair)
US #4824a – 46¢ Hanukkah
US #4845a – 46¢ Kwanzaa