On a quest for Hanukkah stamps? This may help

Year after year, Ronald Scheiman puts out an email to make American Jews aware of the availability of Hanukkah stamps. Just Googling his “The Quest for Annual Hanukkah Stamps” tagline finds his 2002 letter and 2013 letter within the first page of results.

Here’s his 2015 letter:

The Hanukkah stamp from 2013 should be available at your post office, Ronald Scheiman says.

The Hanukkah stamp from 2013 should be available at your post office, Ronald Scheiman says.

“Hanukkah stamps should be available now at your local post office. Although there is no new design, the 2011 and/or 2013 designs should be (available). You may be told the your post office can’t get them or won’t because it is not a new stamp. Well, if they have a religious-themed Christmas stamp, they have an old stamp because the United States Postal Service did not issue a new religiously themed Christmas stamp, they are distributing last year’s stamp.

“Ronald Scheiman, The Quest for Annual Hanukkah Stamps”

Kudos to Mr. Scheiman for persisting.

The 2011 Hanukkah stamp should also be available at local post offices, Scheiman says.

The 2011 Hanukkah stamp should also be available at local post offices, Scheiman says.

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