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Stephen Colbert's "Farewell to Postage" Postage

Stephen Colbert's "Farewell to Postage" Postage
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Stephen Colbert's "Farewell to Postage" Postage



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  • Collect or use them to make each letter a special delivery! 1 order quantity = 1 sheet of 20 postage

  • Each postage is valued in $0.49 denominations (First Class, 1 oz. mailings)

  • Postage size = 2.1" x 1.3"

  • Please note: This product is manufactured-on-demand and will leave our warehouse in 4-5 business days after you place your order. Shipping time is in addition to the processing time above.


Stephen Colbert commemorates the passing of the U.S. Postal Service with this actual U.S. postage featuring Stephen sending an email to the Post Office. (A "stamp" is a picture you affix to a "letter" before you drop that letter into a "mailbox." Ask your parents, who are probably younger than Stephen.)

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7 of 7 found the following review helpful:

5Colbert is king with $4.99 shipping  Sep 16, 2011 By Charles
The fact these stamps (that let you mail something for 44 cents) cost $4.99 to ship is awesome. Colbert was right as that we have crushed the socialist experiment known as the "post office", the free market has already kicked in to show us all the glories in store for our society. Bow to capitalism and Colbert.

5 of 5 found the following review helpful:

3No mark-up included  Sep 16, 2011 By gemini
Customized postage stamps are a special order and cost $17.95 to $19.95 depending on the size of the stamp. The retailer printing the stamps is the one who profits for providing a special service.

2 of 2 found the following review helpful:

5Long Awaited True Believer Patriotism  Sep 16, 2011 By Gloria Doan
I have long awaited a Colbert stamp. Jeez, it is so much better than the Gregory Peck one or the good Old Ronnie. It certainly outstrips the Owney dog stamp.However, my heart sank when I realized there are not a variety of patriotic poses. He could do one with the Liberty Bell, for instance. Or could be shown wrapped in the Constitution. Mr. Colbert offers the USPS some dignity as it exits...laughing.

Gloria Doan
Centerville, Ohio

4 of 5 found the following review helpful:

3Where does the money go...  Sep 15, 2011 By Robert W. Schatz
I really liked this idea, we all buy stamps saying good bye to the post office (as a joke) and really end up raising funds for the post office. But, 20 stamps at $0.44 is $8.80. Where is the rest of the money going? I don't mind overpaying for stamps if it goes to help the post office. And WTF on the $6.99 shipping? Seriously? You could pull off one of the 44 cent stamps and mail the other 19!?!? Good idea, bad execution.

2 of 2 found the following review helpful:

2such a shame....  Sep 21, 2011 By emcidc
Many thanks to Colbert for bringing the postal service's current situation to light on his show, but the price of this product is way above and beyond the actual cost of the 44 cent stamps. Were it not for that, I would buy several.

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