December 10, 2021
Boston 2026 World Expo is pleased to announce that a new version of its first promotional label featuring a colonial post rider is now ready.
A limited-edition sheetlet of nine rouletted labels depicting the image, signed and numbered by its designer, Chris Calle, is being offered exclusively through the Boston 2026 website for a donation of $10. No more than 450 will be made available on a strictly one-per-person basis.
Unsigned sheetlets of Design #1 were first released at the Great American Stamp Show in Chicago in August 2021, and since that time have been available by visiting the Boston 2026 promotional table at major U.S. philatelic events.
To facilitate collector demand they, too, may be requested on the Boston 2026 website. Up to three may be ordered per person, free of charge.
Postage and handling for each U.S. domestic order is $5. International orders are $10.
Unsigned sheetlets may continue to be requested at Boston 2026 promotional tables while supplies last at national and international exhibitions, including:
- Emirates 2022 (Dubai, UAE): January 19–23, 2022
- Southeastern Stamp Expo 2022 (Atlanta, GA): January 28–30, 2022
- London 2022 (London, United Kingdom): February 19–26, 2022
- Philatelic Show 2022 (Boxborough, MA): April 29–May 1, 2022
- CAPEX 22 (Toronto, Canada): June 9–12, 2022.
Four additional collectible label designs will be issued, one per year through 2026, honoring the exhibition’s theme of the 250th anniversary of the founding of the United States.
Boston 2026 World Expo takes place May 23–30, 2026, at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. Full show details may be found at www.boston2026.org and on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Sign up to be added to the Boston 2026 email list and receive updates when available.
Thomas M. Fortunato
Boston 2026 Public Relations Chair