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Nebraska Statehood

Statehood

Stamp Info

Name Value
Date of Issue March 1, 2017
Year 2017
Quantity 20,000,000
Denomination
First-Class Mail Forever
Denomination Value $0.49
Perforation or Dimension 1.56 x .98 in./39.62 x 24.89 mm
Series Statehood
Series Time Span 1996 - 2018
Issue Location Lincoln, NE 68501
Postal Administration United States

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Layouts

Pane of 20 (1 Design)

Quantity Produced - 1,000,000
Original Purchase Price: $9.80
SKU: 474404
Dimension: 7.24 x 5.92 in./183.90 x 150.37 mm
Printer: Ashton Potter (USA) Ltd. (APU)
Printed at: Williamsville, NY
Printing Process: Offset, Microprint – “USPS”
Gum Type: Pressure-sensitive
Paper: Nonphosphored Type III, Block Tag applied
Layout Number: “P” followed by four (4) digits

Press Sheet With Die-cut

Quantity Produced - Unknown
Original Purchase Price: $58.80
SKU: 474406

First-day Cover

Quantity Produced - Unknown
Original Purchase Price: $0.93
SKU: 474416

Digital Color Postmark

Quantity Produced - Unknown
Original Purchase Price: $1.64
SKU: 474421

Ceremony Program

Quantity Produced - Unknown
Original Purchase Price: $6.95
SKU: 474430

Digital Color Postmark Keepsake

Quantity Produced - Unknown
Original Purchase Price: $11.95
SKU: 474410

Framed Art

Quantity Produced - Unknown
Original Purchase Price: $39.95
SKU: 474424

About Stamp

On March 1, 2017, in Lincoln, NE, the U.S. Postal Service® will issue the Nebraska Statehood stamp (Forever® priced at 49 cents), in one design, in a pressure-sensitive adhesive (PSA) pane of 20 stamps.

The stamp will go on sale nationwide March 1, 2017.

This stamp celebrates the 150th anniversary of Nebraska’s statehood. Known for its agricultural bounty, the Cornhusker State became the 37th state of the Union on March 1, 1867. Nebraska photographer Michael Forsberg tucked himself among prairie grasses on the riverbank between the small cities of Grand Island and Kearney to capture the image shown on the stamp. In the photograph, sandhill cranes fly low to scout for sandbars, which provide shelter from nighttime predators during a mid-migratory rest for half a million of these ancient birds. This spectacle along the Platte River is unique to Nebraska. Forsberg captured this image as winter thawed into spring around the year 2000. Art director Derry Noyes designed the stamp using Michael Forsberg’s existing photograph.

Colors

Black, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow

Creators

Art Director: Derry Noyes, Washington, DC.
Designer: Derry Noyes, Washington, DC.
Typographer: Derry Noyes, Washington, DC.
Existing Photo: Michael Forsberg.
Modeler: Joseph Sheeran.

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Reference

USPS Postal Bulletin 22460. Copyright: USPS.

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