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If you've always wanted to send a letter with Apple co-founder Steve Jobs' stamp of approval, you'll finally get your wish next year, thanks to a commemorative stamp being designed by the U.S. Postal Service.
The Washington Post reported Thursday that Apple co-founder Steve Jobs is among a list of pop culture icons selected for a collectible stamp in 2015 which will commemorate the iconic CEO's life and times.
"Who or what image will be featured on stamps is kept top-secret, in part so postal officials can create a buzz when they announce new subjects," the report noted. "But The Washington Post obtained the most recent list of what’s planned, in first-class and other denominations, a collaboration between the Postal Service’s marketing staff and a committee of prominent Americans appointed by the postmaster general to come up with ideas."
According to the leaked list from The Citizens' Stamp Advisory Committee, the Steve Jobs stamp is still in design development, but has already been approved by the U.S. Postal Service for next year's lineup.
The late CEO will be in good company: Other collectible stamps on deck for 2015 include late-night kingpin Johnny Carson, music icons Elvis Presley and James Brown and legendary cartoon Peanuts, with others celebrating Latino baseball, the Civil War and the War of 1812.
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