Sunday Stamps: Hot Rods Forever Stamps

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Tomorrow’s classes are suspended due to the bad weather and I had the luxury of time to stay up a bit lot late to watch a favorite film and tinker on the blogs while the little man is fast asleep after a day of playing and watching the telly. Quite timely, too, as it has been some time since I updated this blog and joined Sunday Stamps.

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I am glad I am joining today as the theme is one of my faves, automobiles and motor transport. I collect cards with Lightning McQueen in it because he is the little man’s most favorite character of all. Last month we received yet another McQueen postcard and it came with this awesome automobile stamps from the US. These stamps are part of the Limited Edition Hot Rods Forever Stamps and features two 1932 Ford Deuce roadsters ~ one with orange flames and a red ’32 Ford. Aren’t they the coolest?

According to the USPS site, usps.com, the Hot Rods Forever Stamps Collection was released in June of this year. The stamps were designed by Washington, DC’s Derry Noyes and were digitally created by John Mattos, a San Francisco artist. According to Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe, these Hot Rods stamps mark the beginning of America’s fascination with customizing fast cars. These stamps, according to him are timeless in that they’re good for mailing First-Class letters anytime in the future. The Hot Rods Forever Stamps are available in 8 different philatelic products, including Press Sheet with Die Cut, First Day Covers {set of 2}, stamp sheets, and Digital Color Postmark {set of 2}.

I am glad to have these Hot Rods stamps in my collection and I hope to receive more in the future. For more cool automobile and motor transport stamps, do click the Sunday Stamp badge at the top of this post.

 

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