Wednesday, November 11, 2020 - 22:03 (UTC -5)
Personally, I like the US Global Forever stamps for a couple of reasons.
First, the images shown on the stamps are interesting and colorful. Going back a few years, there were at least another two versions of them in addition to the ones mentioned by TheBeaverFamily earlier in this Topic. There was a full moon one and also a tennis ball one.
Second, that single stamp leaves me more room on the card for other things, especially when a card is small, such as US-6769003 (redacted version attached). I always put some version of the Air Mail sticker on my International cards, even if I have to trim the sticker with scissors down to the bare minimum. My handwriting is just okay, so I have long used the Avery 8167 Return Address label for the date/time/weather/Postcard ID. Even though small, that label takes up some room and I have that room because I can use the single Global Forever stamp.
For people who might not be familiar with some of our recent Global Forever stamps and our Air Mail labels, here they are.
For people who really want to see some USA stamps, I’m happy to send them the Papersisters.de postcard of USA stamps in the form of the US Flag. When I was a boy, I had a small stamp collection and I recall fondly many of the stamps shown on the card. Every person who’s received that card from me has been happy about it.
I don’t get a commission for this, but I recommend those stamp flag cards from Papesisters.de. It’s a very clever, colorful conception and they have them for a lot of countries. I’d be happy to receive them myself.