On April 12,2007, the Postal Service issued its first Forever stamp, a nondenominated, nonexpiring stamp intended for customers mailing a piece of First-Class Mail.Sold at the going rate of a First-Class stamp, a Forever stamp is always valid for the first ounce of First-Class postage. Forever stamps were initially intended to ease the transition during stamp price changes. From 2007 to October 2010, only one design was issued: the Liberty Bell Forever stamp.
Due to their popularity, in 2010 two additional designs were issued-Holiday Evergreens Forever stamps on October 21, and Lady Liberty and U.S.Flag Forever stamp coils on December 1. Since 2011, all new commemorative stamps for the First-Class Mail one-ounce rate have been Forever stamps.
Since 2014, all new stamps for the First-Class Mail one-ounce rate have been Forever stamps.
In 2013, a Global Forever stamp was introduced, offering a single price for any First-Class Mail international one-ounce letter going to any country in the world-or for up to a two-ounce letter going to Canada. Beginning in 2015, Forever stamps were also issued for postcards,and for letters needing additional postage.
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