Apple fanboys will soon be able to get their hands on their hero Steve Jobs in stamp form, according to the Washington Post.
Apple's late co-founder is among the cultural figures who will feature on stamps being developed by the US Postal Service, documents leaked to the newspaper reveal.
A stamp featuring the turtleneck-wearing Mac maker is one of 14 collectable stamps currently being developed for issue in 2015.
According to the article, postal officials like to keep what images will be featured on stamps top secret to maximise the buzz when new subjects are announced. However, the Washington Post obtained a list of its plans for the next couple of years.
Other collectible stamps in development for 2015 include images of Elvis Presley, James Brown and cartoon strip Peanuts. Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix will get their own collectible stamps this year.
Previous attempts to pay tribute to Jobs through commemorative merchandising have not always met with approval: in 2012, following pressure from Apple's lawyers, a Chinese firm canned a Steve Jobs doll it had put on sale.
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