USPS 2017 Snowy Days Stamps

We are looking at the USPS 2017 Snowy Days Stamps going on sale nationwide October 4th. It is always fun to have some variety with the stamps we use with our letter writing, even seasonally.

First of all, when thinking of USPS stamps with SNOW I’ve blogged about before, it has included Songbirds in Snow Forever Stamps from 2016 and the Geometric Snowflakes from 2015.

USPS 2017 Snowy Days Stamps

The Forever stamps pricing continues to be 49 cents. There are four designs in a double-sided booklet of 20 stamps.

The U.S. Postal Service will be issuing the stamps in Brooklyn, NY on October 4, 2017.

In addition, the current Postal Bulletin shares a great background on the Snowy Days Stamps.

“With these stamps, the U.S. Postal Service showcases Ezra Jack Keats’ most beloved story, The Snowy Day. Written and illustrated by the celebrated children’s author, it was one of the first prominent 20th-century picture books featuring an African-American child. Each of the four new stamps in this 20-stamp booklet shows a different illustration of the main character, Peter, exploring and playing in his neighborhood while wearing his iconic red snowsuit. Art director Antonio Alcalá designed the stamps.   The images include: Peter forming a snowball, Peter sliding down a mountain of snow, Peter making a snow angel, and Peter leaving footprints in the snow.”

And lastly, in case you were wanting the details on ordering First-Day-of-Issue Postmark, First-Day Covers, and/or any of its Philatelic Products for The Snowy Day Stamps click here. Currently, when checking the USPS site I’m not seeing the option to pre-order these stamps. Stay tuned!  

Anchors Aweigh,  


USPS 2017 Snowy Days Stamps Attribution & Thank you to the following I’m referencing today –

USPS Postal Bulletin 22475, August 31, 2017: Stamp Announcement 17-37: The Snowy Day Stamps, image, excerpt. @USPSStamps

AnchoredScraps Daily blog posts: Upcoming Songbirds in Snow Forever Stamps July 26, 2016; New Geometric Snowflakes Stamps available beginning today, October 23, 2015; by Helen Rittersporn.



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