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Good Trouble
Poster Stamps
Proceeds Benefit Fair Fight

The Portland Stamp Company is celebrating and reviving the lost art of poster stamps.

Printed on lickable, gummed paper and pinhole perforated by hand on their vintage machines.

These digitally printed poster stamps by artist James Terman celebrate civil rights icon John Lewis. An original freedom rider, speaker at the march on Washington, and Congressman from Georgia, John Lewis dedicated his life to expanding civil rights for all.

Proceeds from this stamp go to Fair Fight, founded by Georgia’s Stacey Abrahms.

Packaged in an eco-friendly, vegetable-based cellulose protective sleeve with chipboard backing.

Please Note: This is not actual US postage, but a series of artist-created stamps intended for both adornment and collecting.

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Commemorative poster stamps are artifacts from another time. These miniature bits of advertising were popular in Europe at the turn of the century. Their appeal, utility, and popularity quickly grew, becoming ubiquitous in the United States in the 1920s.