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While Steve Jobs probably didn’t send much snail mail in his later years, the US Postal Service intends to honor the late tech icon by putting his visage on a commemorative stamp.
Stamp subjects are normally kept secret until just before printing, but the Washington Post obtained a document outing approved stamps for the next few years. The Apple cofounder’s stamp is already in design development for 2015, alongside stamps for music legends Elvis Presley and James Brown.
To have a gander at all the subjects approved by the citizens’ stamp advisory committee, take a look at the complete document.