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Postage Stamps of the United States First Issued in 1867

President: Andrew Johnson · Postmaster General: Alexander Randall
Admitted to the Union: Nebraska on March 1, 1867
Domestic Letter Rate: 3¢ per ½ oz.
Registry Fee - Jan. 1 - May 31: 20¢ - paid in cash
Registry Fee - Jun. 1 - Dec. 31: 20¢ - stamps to pay the registry fee were now required

The following postage stamp varieties were first issued by the U.S. in 1867:
Designs of 1861-1867 with Grills
Scott 79 - 3¢ Rose Washington "A" Grill - EDU: Aug. 13, 1867 - about 50,000 issued
Scott 83 - 3¢ Rose Washington "C" Grill - EDU: Nov. 16, 1867  - about 300,000 issued

see also: Designs of All 1861-1868 Regular Issues

Commemoratives: The first Commemorative stamps were not issued until 1893
Special Delivery: The first Special Delivery stamps were not issued until 1885
Postage Dues: The first Postage Due Stamps were not issued until 1879

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