On the front page of the March 23 issue of Linns (mailed to me on March 9, arrived today), there is a story that the U.S. Postal Service has postponed several issues originally planned for this year.
One of them honored one of my favorite artists, Edward Hopper
We often hear complaints about the increasing number of new releases and the difficulty of collecting them all.
My question is this... is it possible that a reduction in the number of 2009 issues could be good for the postal service? good for the hobby?
Does the post service release information about which stamps make profits? Or how much profit?