Postage Stamps of the United States First Issued in 1892

President: Benjamin Harrison · Postmaster General:John Wanamaker.
Domestic Letter Rate: 2¢ per oz. · Card Rate: 1¢ · Registry Fee: 10¢ · Foreign Rate: 5¢.

The following postage stamp varieties were first issued by the U.S. in 1892:
No new varieties of regular Issue stamps were issued in 1892.
The first commemorative stamps were not issued until 1893.
No new varieties of the Special Delivery stamps were issued in 1892.
No new varieties of the Postage Dues were issued in 1892.

See also: Designs of the 1890 Regular Issues.

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