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Jay Bigalke, Editor

Plenty of new U.S. stamps in April

Collectors of United States stamps will have a lot of new issues to choose from in April. The Cowboys of the Silver Screen stamps and the Adopt a Shelter Pet stamps will likely be hits with collectors and with the general public.

This month's newsletter includes details on these and all the other U.S. stamps that will be issued in April, as well as photos from the recent Mackinac Bridge Priority Mail stamp ceremony, stamp-filled features on Zion National Park and King Tut, and a preview of the next issue of Scott Stamp Monthly.

Happy collecting!

Jay Bigalke
Linn's Online Editor

Tom Mix space A spring shower of stamps

Twenty-five new United States stamps and four postal stationery items will be issued in April. (More...)
Mackinac Bridge space Behind the scenes at the Mackinac Bridge stamp event

The "Mighty Mac," as it is affectionately called in Michigan, is featured on the $4.90 Mackinac Bridge Priority Mail stamp issued Feb. 3. (More...)
Linn's Wallpaper

Linn's Stamp News provides stamp images you can use as computer desktop wallpaper. This month Linn's features a photo of the Mackinac Bridge stamp design with the actual bridge as a backdrop. (View)

Scott Stamp Monthly space Notable Britons stamps featured in May Scott Stamp Monthly

Three attractive and educational sets of stamps recently issued by Great Britain's Royal Mail continue the tradition of honoring Britons who have made notable contributions in their chosen fields. (More...)
Zion National Park space U.S. and Mexican stamps capture Zion National Park

Zion National Park celebrated what it called "A Century of Sanctuary" in 2009, referring to the 100th anniversary as its designation as Mukuntuweap National Monument in 1909. (More...)
King Tut space DNA testing solves mysteries of the life and death of 'King Tut'

An article published in February in the Journal of the American Medical Association about DNA studies on Pharaoh Tutankhamen (1341-1324 B.C.), the famous "King Tut" of movie, myth and legend, and a cache of 10 other royal Egyptian mummies, reveals the answers to many questions raised about the boy king since his intact tomb was discovered by archaeologist Howard Carter in the Valley of the Kings in 1922. (More...)
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