The most popular U.S. postage stamp design was a 1993 stamp featuring an image of Elvis Presley ■ Metro Service In the age of modern technology, the idea that a remnant of a popular mode of communication from the not-so-distant past would be popular might seem far-fetched. However, according to StampWorld, stamp collecting is in the midst of a rebirth that began in 2005 and is still going strong. The following are some stamp-related facts that might compel even more people to begin collecting stamps. Congress authorized United States postage stamps on March 3, 1847, and the first general issue postage stamps went on sale in New York City on July
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