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Company to Resume Custom Stamp Sales

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Company to Resume Custom Stamp Sales

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Company to Resume Custom Stamp Sales

Company to Resume Custom Stamp Sales

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An example of the family-oriented photos that the company will allow. Stamps.com hide caption

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The Smoking Gun Web site succeeded in ordering several controversial stamps, including one with former Teamsters chief Jimmy Hoffa's picture. The Smoking Gun hide caption

toggle caption The Smoking Gun

The U.S. Postal Service has given the go-ahead for the private venture PhotoStamps, which allows people to make personalized postage stamps. A brief experiment with the program last year was shelved after some embarrassment about what ended up on some of those stamps. Melissa Block talks with Ken McBride, CEO of Stamps.com.

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