Postage Stamps of the United States First Issued in 1954

President: Dwight David Eisenhower · Postmaster General: Arthur E. Summerfield.
Domestic Letter Rate: 3¢ per oz. · Postcard Rate:2¢ · Air Mail Rate: 6¢ per oz.

Commemorative Postage Stamps of 1954

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

Columbia University Bicentennial
New York, NY – Jan. 4, 1954118,540,000 issued
Nebraska Territorial Centennial
Nebraska City, NE – May 7, 1954115,810,000 issued
Kansas Territory Centennial
Fort Leavenworth, KS – May 31, 1954113,603,700 issued
The George Eastman Stamp
Rochester, NY – July 12, 1954280 Subject Electric Eye Plates – 128,002,000 issued
Lewis and Clark Expedition Sesquicentennial
Sioux City, IA – July 28, 1954"Dry" Method Printing – 116,078,150 issued

The Air Mail Stamp of 1954

Rotary Press – Perf 11 x 10½ – 400 Subject Electric Eye Plates.

Scott C48 -  4¢ Eagle in Flight Air Mail Stamp
4¢ Eagle in Flight Air Mail Stamp
Philadelphia, PA – Sep. 3, 195450,483,977 issued.

The Special Delivery Stamp of 1954

Web Fed Rotary Press – Perf 11 x 10½ – 200 Subject Electric Eye Plates – "Dry" Printing Method.

Scott E20 - 20¢ Mailman Handing Letter
20¢ Mailman Handing Letter
Boston, MA – Oct. 13, 1954.

Ordinary issue:

See also: The Series of 1954 – "The Liberty Issue"
Scott 1031b – 1¢ George Washington – Wet Printing – Aug. 26, 1954
Scott 1033 – 2¢ Thomas Jefferson – Dry Printing – Sep. 15, 1954
Scott 1033a – 2¢ Thomas Jefferson – Silkote Variety – Dec. 1954
Scott 1035a – 3¢ Statue of Liberty – Booklet Pane, Wet Printing – 6/30/54
Scott 1035 – 3¢ Statue of Liberty – Wet Printing – June 24, 1954
Scott 1036c – 4¢ Abraham Lincoln – Wet Printing – Nov. 19, 1954
Scott 1038 – 5¢ James Monroe – Dry Printing – Dec. 2, 1954
Scott 1041 – 8¢ Statue of Liberty – Flat Plate Printing – April 9, 1954
Scott 1041B – 8¢ Statue of Liberty – Rotary Press Printing – April 9, 1954
Scott 1054c – 1¢ Washington Coil – Wet Printing – Large Holes – Oct. 8, 1954
Scott 1055d – 2¢ Jefferson Coil – Large Holes – Wet Printing – Oct. 22, 1954
Scott 1057c – 3¢ Statue of Liberty Coil – Wet Printing – Large Holes – July 20, 1954.

Commemoratives:

Scott 1029 – 3¢ Columbia University Bicentennial Stamp – Designer: McCloskey, Jr. – Engraver: C. A. Brooks
Scott 1060 – 3¢ Nebraska Territorial Centennial Stamp – Designer: C. R. Chickering – Engraver: C. A. Brooks
Scott 1061 – 3¢ Kansas Territorial Centennial Stamp – Designer: C. R. Chickering – Engraver: R. M. Bower
Scott 1062 – 3¢ George Eastman Stamp – Designer: Wm. K. Schrage – Engraver: C. A. Brooks
Scott 1063 – 3¢ Lewis and Clark Expedition Sesquicentennial – Designer: C. R. Chickering – Engraver: C. A. Brooks.

Air Mail:

Scott C48 – 4¢ Eagle in Flight Air Mail Stamp.

Special Delivery:

Scott E20 – 20¢ Mailman Handing Letter to Customer.

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