Monday, September 24, 2012

How it's Made

Have you ever watched "How it's Made" on cable TV?  I really like that show.  My favorite segments have been building an RV at Winnebago, building giant construction equipment at Caterpillar, and building a modern Norwegian Cruise Line ship.  I find those enormous projects fascinating.  Today I want to share with you a "How it's Made" about a much smaller product, the subject of our favorite hobby, the postage stamp.  This video is British, but it examines the production of a U.S. postage stamp, the $4.00 Mount Rushmore.  Ever wonder why errors and misprints are so rare?  You will find out in this quickly moving, entertaining seven minute segment:

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