Oh yeah I do that too. You see with very few exceptions stamps from 1940 to present are actually valued at less than face value so people use them to decorate your mailings as well as to thin out their duplicates. Then there is whats known as "glue-stick postage" People will buy mint no gum or used and uncancelled stamp lots to use as postage. Of course using a glue-stick to make them adhere to the envelope; Hence the name.
I collect United States Classics, classic covers, Tobacco related covers & bill-heads and World fair ephemera (prior to 1930's)
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