U.S. Postal Service announces new stamps for 2023

, Fla. — If you are anticipating the new stamps you can collect or send this year, the wait is over.


This week, the United States Postal Service announced the dates and locations for 2023 stamps that will be released through August.

Some stamps will not have an unveiling ceremony, while others will have updated details in the coming months.

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The Postal Service also announced adding a new Forever stamp to the program that honors NASA’s OSIRIS-REx seven-year mission.

NASA, the University of Arizona and Lockheed Martin joined together for the mission to send asteroid Bennu samples to Earth, which will help scientists uncover how the solar system formed.

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The OSIRIS-REx spacecraft launched from Cape Canaveral in 2016 and is expected to send a container of dust and rocks back to Earth later this year.

According to the Postal Service, the mission exemplifies American ingenuity, perseverance, and teamwork.

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Here is the following list of 2023 stamps:

  • U.S. Flag, Apr. 10, Freedom, Maine, Zip Code: 04941
  • Waterfalls, Jun. 13 Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, Zip Code: 82190
  • Northern Cardinal, Stamped Envelope, Jul. 9, Bird City, Kansas, Zip Code: 67731
  • John Lewis, Jul. 21, Atlanta, Georgia, Zip Code: 30304
  • Life Magnified, Aug. 10, Cleveland, Ohio, Zip Code: 44101
  • Thinking of You, Aug. 11, Cleveland, Ohio, Zip Code: 44101

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