Commemorative Steve Jobs postage stamp to be released in 2015

Apple Inc. CEO Steve Jobs points to a member of the audience during a Q&A session at the end of the iPhone OS4 special event at Apple headquarters in Cupertino

The Washington Post has uncovered a document (embedded below, via Engadget) that reveals the U.S. Postal Service plans to release a collectible postage stamp featuring Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in 2015. According to the document, the stamp is currently in the design phase.

Other individuals to appear on commemorative stamps in 2015 include musical legend Elvis Presley and former “Tonight Show” host Johnny Carson. You can find the full list below:

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Comments

  1. ranik07 - 9 years ago

    Does anyone else find it a little ironic the postal service is putting steve jobs on the snail mail stamp

    • herb02135go - 9 years ago

      I was thinking the same thing.
      I remember when the postal service put notable people on stamps. It seems they’ve lowered the bar. Now they want something that sells.

      • I agree with ranik07 – but making a statement that Jobs isn’t “notable” insults your own intelligence. “Notable” isn’t subjective… at least I don’t think so.