Cost of first class stamp in 1991

2019-12-13 16:01 Aug 29, 1989 Continue reading the main story. The cost of a firstclass postage stamp will probably rise, to between 28 and 32 cents, early in 1991, Postmaster General Anthony Frank said today. That means two more Christmases at the current 25cent rate for firstclass letters, Mr. Frank said on NBCTV's Today show.

How can the answer be improved? cost of first class stamp in 1991 The new prices lift the cost of a firstclass stamp to 45 cents starting on January 22, 2012, the first increase in more than two years. Post office announces 1cent increase in firstclass stamp

Rates for Domestic Letters Since 1863 Effective Date Postage in Cents, per Ounce July 1, 1863 3 1991 29 January 1, 1995 32 January 10, 1999 33 January 7, 2001 34 the first ounce. Since July 15, 1979, a surcharge has been added for nonstandard envelope sizes. cost of first class stamp in 1991

Before February 3, 1991: . Firstclass (first ounce) 25 or F stamp Additional firstclass ounces 20 Postcards 15. After February 3, 1991: . Firstclass (first ounce) 29 or G stamp Additional firstclass ounces 23 Postcards 19. the next rate increase did not take place until January 1, 1995. Cost of a first class U. S. postage stamp compiled by Wm. Robert Johnston last modified 29 December 2018 Historical U. S. first class postage rates In 1991 first class postage was 25 cents at the beginning of the year. It went up to 29 cents on February 3rd. A post card started at 19 cents and went up to 20 cents. cost of first class stamp in 1991 41 rows  On September 25, 2013, the USPS announced a 3 cent increase in the First Class postal

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