Postage Stamps of the United States First Issued in 1941

President: Franklin D. Roosevelt · Postmaster General: Frank C. Walker.
Domestic Letter Rate: 3¢ per oz. · Postcard Rate: 1&cent · Air Mail Rate: 6¢ per oz.

Commemorative Postage Stamp of 1941

Rotary Press – Perf 11 x 10½ – 200 Subject Electric Eye Plates.


150th Anniversary of Vermont Statehood
Montpelier, Vermont – March 4, 1941 – 54,574,550 issued.

The Air Mail Stamps of 1941 – The Twin-Motored Transport Plane

Rotary Press – Perf 11 x 10½ – 200 Subject ElectricEye Plates · See also:The Air Mail Stamp of 1944

Scott C25 - 6c Twin-Motored Transport Plane Scott C27 - 10c Twin-Motored Transport Plane Scott C28 - 15c Twin-Motored Transport Plane
6¢ Transport Plane Air Mail
June 25, 1941 – 4,746,527,700 issued
10¢ Transport Plane Air Mail
August 15, 1941 – 67,117,400 issued
15¢ Transport Plane Air Mail
August 19, 1941 – 78,434,800 issued
Scott C29 - 20c Twin-Motored Transport Plane Scott C30 - 30c Twin-Motored Transport Plane Scott C31 - 50c Twin-Motored Transport Plane
20¢ Transport Plane Air Mail
August 27, 1941 – 42,359,850 issued
30¢ Transport Plane Air Mail
September 25, 1941 – 59,880,850 issued
50¢ Transport Plane Air Mail
October 29, 1941 – 11,160,600 issued

Ordinary issue:

There were no new Regular Issue stamps issued in 1941.

Commemoratives:

Scott 903 – The 3¢ 150th Anniversary of Vermont’s Statehood 1791-1941.
Designer: Alvin R. Meissner · Engravers: Carl T. Arlt (vignette) & J. T. Vail (lettering).

Air Mail:

Designer: William A. Roach · Engravers: J. R. Lowe (vignette) · J. S. Edmondson & J. T. Vail (lettering).
Scott C25 – The 6¢ Twin-Motored Transport Plane.
Scott C27 – The 10¢ Twin-Motored Transport Plane.
Scott C28 – The 15¢ Twin-Motored Transport Plane.
Scott C29 – The 20¢ Twin-Motored Transport Plane.
Scott C30 – The 30¢ Twin-Motored Transport Plane.
Scott C31 – The 50¢ Twin-Motored Transport Plane.

Special Delivery:

There were no new Special Delivery stamps issued in 1941.

Suggested reading:

Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Stamps of the United States 1933-1945, by Brian C. Baur (Linn’s 1993).

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