民國32年，美國郵政發行，1美分， 四大自由郵票，言論及宗教自由與免於匱乏和恐懼的自由，首日封(美國海軍信封) | 黑水博物館館藏
1 cent. Four Freedoms, Freedom of speech and religion, from want and fear.1943 First Day Of Issue (U. S. NAVY) | Black Water Museum Collection
U.S. #908 1¢ Four Freedoms Issue Date: February 12, 1943 City: Washington, D.C. Quantity: 1,234,918,200 Printed by: Bureau of Engraving and Printing Printing Method: Rotary Press Perforations: 11 x 10.5 Color: Bright blue green
言論自由（Freedom of speech） 信仰自由（Freedom of worship）免於匱乏的自由（Freedom from want）免於恐懼的自由（Freedom from fear）
President Franklin Roosevelt personally selected the image for U.S. #908. He believed that the stamp should convey to the world the reasons the U.S. had joined the war – the Four Freedoms outlined in his 1941 State of the Union address.
For the stamp design, President Roosevelt selected Paul Manship’s painting, Liberty Holding the Lighted Torch of Freedom and Enlightenment. Unlike the previous World War II issues, the Four Freedoms stamp was positively received by stamp collectors and the public, who felt the stamp perfectly embodied the ideas it presented.