In Sir Rowland Hill introduced postage stamps to the world, giving us an effective postal system, and a fascinating collecting hobby. Well, not any more. These days we see a growing incursion of self-adhesive stamps; in other words, stamps that are in essence peel-off stickers. These were introduced in Sierra Leone in , apparently to solve problems of sheets sticking together in the tropical climate there. That, at least, is a good reason. But now we see a growing number of countries playing with the new stamps-that-are-not really-stamps….
Hold Your Tongue: Introducing No-Lick Stamps
Lick & Stick | The Portland Stamp Company | Blank pinhole-perforated stamp sheets
The first United States self-adhesive postage stamp was issued in A new plan announced by the U. Postal Service will make all U. Hussain was given Feb.
Haas: 'We're Not Here to Lick Stamps'
To preserve these articles as they originally appeared, The Times does not alter, edit or update them. Occasionally the digitization process introduces transcription errors or other problems. The Postal Service has introduced what it calls a revolutionary innovation: a plastic postage stamp that not only needs no licking, but also can be purchased at banks' automated teller machines.
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