Did you know that at one point, the Post Office released a stamp set honoring Scooby-Doo? And did you know you can still get the commemorative panel?
Are you a fan of Scooby-Doo? Are you excited for the upcoming Scoob! movie? If so, then you might be excited to find out that back in 2018, the United States Postal Service actually released a stamp set honoring the animated pup.
The Scooby-Doo stamps were released to celebrate 50 years of the cartoon character and his friends, and featured an image of Scooby watering a plant. It is a super cute set of Forever Stamps and it makes me wish that they were still selling them at the Post Office right now.
However, while they may not be selling the Scooby-Doo stamps at the post office, that doesn’t mean we can’t get our hands on the commemorative panel that was released for collectors.
With so many of us looking for ways to support the USPS as they try to recover from the financial impacts associated with the coronavirus pandemic, it makes sense that we would turn to the Collector’s Zone on the USPS website. And not only did we find the Military Working Dogs stamp collection and memorabilia, but we also found the Scooby-Doo commemorative panel.
What makes the panel for Scooby-Doo so much fun is the fact that not only does it come with four stamps (that appear to be attached to the panel itself), but this is actually a fact sheet about the history of the character.
I love everything about this piece of memorabilia, as it is not only a way to support the Post Office in its time of need, but it lets me show off my love of Scooby-Doo. And considering I grew up watching the cartoons, loved the live-action movies with Sarah Michelle Gellar, Freddie Prinze Jr, and the rest of the Scooby gang, and basically think this mystery solving pup is the best thing ever, I am here for getting my hands on this commemorative panel.
As an added bonus, it costs just $10.95, so I don’t feel like I am breaking the bank to feed my love of Scooby and support the USPS.
What do you think of this Scooby-Doo collectors piece? Are you tempted to pick one up for yourself? Tell us what you think in the comments.