Published on: Tuesday, October 3, 2023

As a Supreme Court justice with a large and devoted fan base, Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a cultural and judicial phenomenon (article available here).

And now the influential justice will adorn cards, letters and packages: The U.S. Postal Service officially unveiled a new stamp featuring Ginsburg on Monday. The Forever stamps cost 66 cents each — or $13.20 for a sheet of 20.

The new stamp shows Ginsburg in her judicial robes, wearing her famous white beaded collar with an intricate geometric pattern that she said came from Cape Town, South Africa.

Ginsburg, who died in September of 2020, is the first Supreme Court justice to get a solo U.S. stamp issue since 2003, when Thurgood Marshall was honored.