How Much was a Postage Stamp in 1991?

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A first class postage stamp only cost 29 cents in 1991. In 1866 the price was only 3 cents and stayed at 3 cents until it dropped to 2 cents in 1883.
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First class US letters went for 29 cents in 1991.
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Forever Stamps have the same value as current First-Class mail stamps, which you use to mail standard 1 oz. letters. Purchase Forever Stamps at your local post office, at USPS.com
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Size of stamps vary depending on the different issues and when they were printed.
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