Identification guide for design numbers on United States stamped envelopes, wrappers, and letter sheets
twenty-nine cents

(updated 1 December 2014)



There are 13 designs of indicia whose face value is twenty-nine cents, each of which is distinctive enough that it can be identified by examining the images below.

five-pointed star
design U165
   = Scott #U619 (printed in ultramarine and rose on white paper)
 
love
design U167
   = Scott #U621 (printed in light blue, purple, and bright rose on white paper)
 
American magazines, 1741–1991
design U168
   = Scott #U622 (multicolored on white paper)
 
five-pointed star
with horizontal line above and below

design U169
   = Scott #U623 (printed in ultramarine and rose on white paper)
 
geese
design U170
   = Scott #U624 (printed in blue-gray and yellow on white paper)
 
shuttle and space station hologram
design U163
   = Scott #U625 (printed in yellow-green on white paper)
 
western Americana
design U171
   = Scott #U626 (multicolored on white paper)
 
Protect the Environment
design U172
   = Scott #U627 (multicolored on white paper)
 
For a stronger America, count us in!
design U174
   = Scott #U629 (printed in red and blue on white paper)
 
cat
design U175
   = Scott #U630 (multicolored on white paper)
 
football
design U176
   = Scott #U631 (printed in brown and black on white paper)
 
Great Seal of the United States
(embossed)

design UO34
   = Scott #UO84 (printed in black and blue on white paper)
 
Great Seal of the United States
(not embossed)

design UO35
   = Scott #UO85 (printed in black and blue on white paper)

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