On May 12, 2008, in Washington, d.C., The postal service re-issued the non-denominated first-class mail definitive forever stamp (liberty bell). The stamp was designed by carl t. Herman of Carlsbad, California. The stamp was first issued in 2007. The forever stamp will always be valid as first-class postage on standard envelopes weighing one ounce or less, regardless of any subsequent increases in the first-class rate. The stamp art depicts the liberty bell, perhaps the most prominent and recognizable symbol associated with American independence. Over the years, the historical significance of the bell’s message has transcended our national borders, and today the liberty bell is an international icon of freedom. Replicas of the liberty bell exist in all fifty states and the District of Columbia. The stamp art features a computer-generated image of the liberty bell by nationally acclaimed artist tom Engeman of Brunswick, Maryland. His previous projects for the postal service include stamped cards for Carlsbad caverns national park (2002), Ohio University (2003), and Columbia University (2003), as well as the 2003 American eagle definitive stamp and the national world war ii memorial stamp issued in 2004. Made in the USA.
About the scope of express delivery
We currently only provide service to the continental United States. As international shipping has been severely restricted due to the Covid-19 outbreak, we have decided to temporarily suspend our global services to maintain the integrity of our overall service.
How soon will I receive my package?
Package handling takes 1-2 business days; package shipping takes 2-5 business days, so delivery time is usually 3-7 business days.
Order cut-off time is Monday through Friday at 5:00 PM (CST). Orders placed after 5:00 PM (CST) on Friday will be processed and shipped the following Monday. (holiday extension).