1963_11_01 $.05 This second United States Christmas stamp was based on an on-the-spot painting made by artist Lily Spandorf of President John F. Kennedy lighting the National Christmas tree. The National Christmas tree and the White House are depicted.
1964_11_09 $.05 this set of four mint Christmas stamps was a first for the United States Post Office: this issue featured four different designs in a regular size pane of 100 stamps. The stamps depict the plants Holly, Mistletoe, Poinsettia, and a pine tree cone.
1982_11_03 $.20 The contemporary Christmas stamps was designed by Chuck Ripper. this mint attached block of four mint stamps features children and adults (a dog is also in the designs) sledding, building a snowman, ice skating, and decorating a Christmas tree. The design includes the text "Season's Greetings."
1962_11_01 $.04 This is the first Christmas stamp issued by the United States. It was intended for use on season's greeting cards and also to remind the public to shop and mail early. It depicts an evergreen wreath and burning candles.
1975_10_14 $.10 This traditional Christmas stamp was designed by Stevan Dohanos and features the painting "Madonna and Child," by Ghirlandaio. Due to an impending postage rate change, the stamp was issued without a denomination- the date of a change from 10c to 13c was not known at the time of printing; the stamp ended up being issued prior to the rate change and it is thus a 10c stamp.