The United States Postal Service said Wednesday that will be issuing a stamp commemorating Frank Sinatra in the spring.
The stamp image will be unveiled Dec. 12, on what would have been the legendary entertainer's 92nd birthday.
Sinatra died in 1998 at age 82.
The famous Rat Pack leader's honors include an Oscar, several Grammy awards and a Kennedy Center award.
President Ronald Reagan also awarded him the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1985.
The New Jersey native was also recognized by the post office in his birthplace of Hoboken, as the facility was renamed in his honor in 2002.