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Each breast cancer research semipostal stamp is valid for postage at the first-class mail, single-piece, first-ounce rate in effect at the time of purchase. in addition to the breast cancer research stamp, the postal service offers two other fundraising stamps. The save vanishing species semipostal stamp, first issued in 2011, has raised more than 5. In addition, the alzheimers semipostal stamp was issued in 2017 and has raised more. The breast cancer research stamp (bcrs) is a semi-postal non-denominated postage stamp issued by the united states postal service, priced in 2011 as eleven cents higher than the standard first-class letter rate. The surplus above the price of the first-class stamp is collected by the united states postal service (usps) and allocated to the national institutes of health(nih) and the department of defense (dod) for breast cancer research. Strictly speaking, a forever stamp is only one that bears the word forever, but like the forever stamp, the breast cancer research stamp is good for 1 oz first class us postage. The breast cancer research semipostal was issued july 29, 1998, in washington, dc. 06 billion breast cancer research stamps had been sold, bringing the total revenue raised to more than 91 million. The stamp out breast cancer act, which was signed into law on august 13, 1997, by president bill clinton, directed the postal service to create a special first class postage stamp. This issue could be priced at 25 percent above regular first class rates. Strictly speaking, a forever stamp is only one that bears the word forever, but like the forever stamp, the breast cancer research stamp is good for 1 oz first class us postage. each time the rate went up (34,37,39) the postal value of the stamp also went up, and when the first-class rate went to 37c, the selling price went. 1998 breast cancer research 20 x first class mail us postage stamps scott b1 4. Forever usps stamps pets celebrate animals in our lives that bring joy, companionship, and love (1 book of 20) 4. Purchase these postage stamps at one value, and use them as first-class postage on a 1-oz. These stamps first issued in 2007 continue to be available at the current first-class postage rate.