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What is the oldest postage stamp?

Question asked by: knowitall

The oldest postage stamp is from the UK and is the penny black stamp.

This was first issued way back in May 1840, so is 166 years at time of writing - quite old indeed!

The penny red came out the following year in 1841.

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