Doylestown, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/24/2016 -- With the New Year officially rung in, the United States Post Office (USPS) is beginning to roll out and dedicate their new stamps for 2016. In honor of its unveiling, the internet's premier stamp album retailer, SAFE® Collecting Supplies, has released an article about the USPS's latest collection.
In the article, SAFE® Collecting Supplies goes into detail about what they believe are the most noteworthy stamps for this year. It begins with a write-up on the Sarah Vaughan stamp, which is based on an oil painting depiction of the iconic Hugh Bell photograph of her. From there it delves into the Repeal of the Stamp Act of 1766 stamp, the Planets Collection and finally the Amish Star Quilt business-class stamps.
SAFE® Collecting Supplies is also reminding philatelists who are in search of stamp albums to look no further than to their extensive inventory. Between their books, albums, binders and single pages, SAFE® Collecting Supplies has something to pique the interests of any stamp enthusiast.
Featured on their site at the moment is a collection of classic 14-ring albums and pages. Included in the collection are albums with country seals and classic slipcase binders. Also available are classic executive leather albums in black, brown and red, and Morocco albums in red, green, blue and black.
Extra-large albums and pages, 11-ring albums, 14-ring stationary pages, compact, three-ring and horizontal albums and pages, and more are also available to purchase. To read SAFE® Collecting Supplies' write-up on the USPS 2016 stamps, or to purchase a stamp album, please visit their website. Those with further questions about the company and their services can call 877-395-SAFE for more information.
About SAFE® Collecting Supplies
Since 1953, SAFE® Collecting Supplies has been the leading manufacturer of high-quality collecting supplies around the world. The company is dedicated to helping collectors find the appropriate collecting and storage system for coins, paper money, stamps, pins, postcards, rocks, minerals and more.
For more information, please visit http://www.safepub.com/.