ON June 6, 2022, current First Lady Jill Biden revealed a US postage stamp honoring former First Lady Nancy Reagan.
Nancy Reagan was the first lady 40 years before Jill Biden.
On June 6, 2022, First Lady Jill Biden revealed the Nancy Reagan US postage stamp in Washington DCCredit: Getty Images – Getty
How much is the Nancy Reagan US postage stamp?
The official Nancy Reagan US postage stamps are available to purchase directly through the United States Postal Service.
Customers can purchase them online or in-store at their nearest USPS.
A single Nancy Reagan Forever Stamp is listed at 58 cents.
The full sheet of 20 stamps is listed online for $11.60.
Reagan’s stamp is to honor her centennial as she was born on July 6, 1921.
The USPS website states that she was her husband’s “most trusted advisor and companion.”
Nancy was married to former US President Ronald Reagan.
His presidency is considered one of the most pivotal presidencies of the 20th century.
Ronald and Nancy were in The White House from 1981 to 1989.
Nancy died on March 6, 2016, in Los Angeles, California.
Her husband Ronald died on June 5, 2004, at 93.
Which first ladies have appeared on a US postage stamp?
In 1902 the first American woman to be honored on a postage stamp was Martha Washington.
Anne Peterson, Nancy Reagan’s niece, at the unveiling of the Nancy Reagan stamp, with First Lady Jill Biden on June 6, 2022Credit: Getty Images – Getty
Martha was the wife of George Washington, who was the first US president.
Like Nancy Reagan, Martha was honored on the postage stamp for her 100th birthday.
A few other first ladies who have appeared on a US postage stamp include Abigail Adams, Dolly Madison, and Eleanor Roosevelt.
Which US Presidents have appeared on a postage stamp?
Some of the US presidents that have been commemorated on a postage stamp include the nation’s earliest presidents to some from recent decades.
George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, and more were some of the earlier presidents to be featured on a stamp.
More recent US presidents to be featured on a postage stamp include Ronald Reagan, Richard Nixon, John F. Kennedy, and Gerald Ford.
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