That is the purpose of the Forever Stamps. They always equal the first class cost. It does not matter what you pay for them.
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No - they do not expire. No US stamps issued since 1865 have been been devalued. The only exception are the special delivery stamps which paid for service no longer offered. Air mail stamps are good for any purpose. Some stamps can't be used for certain things. The non-denominated stamps cannot be used on international mail.
One of the scrolls is given to you when you find all twenty stamps for the old man,its the one that lets you do the spin attack.the other one is given when you find all the rabbits,it the one that gives you ranged sword attacks
No you don't, that's the whole purpose of the Forever stamps, they are valid for one ounce of First Class Postage at any rate.
It depends what the stamp's rarity is. It doesn't nessicarily depend on the country. Because if you went to china, there would be tons of Chinese stamps since, well ur in China.
Perhaps you are referring to War Stamps. These could be purchased for a few cents each and when a book was filled, exchanged for a War Bond.
Some good Christmas greeting card ideas are to use stamps to make the cards themselves, attaching small ornaments to the cards as gifts, or using calligraphy pens for the script.
The entire purpose of the Forever Stamps was that you can use them for one ounce of First Class Postage forever. No additional postage is necessary.
Revenue is the word used in many places for tax. Revenue stamps were used to indicate that the appropriate tax was paid. You will find them on things like stock transfer documents and property deeds.
Food stamps are for the purpose of buying food. You can't buy soaps, detergent, shampoo, toothpaste, toilet paper, candy, soda, beer (or any alcohol), only food. The clerk or cashier in the store should be able to tell you if an item is eligible for purchase with food stamps. There are a few places that accept food stamps for nonfood items, but that is fraud and those who do this can be fined and/or arrested. Food stamps are for food only.
"A " stamps are the same as 15-cent stamps.