Well, there is a grassroots effort to get that soon rectified.
We get more from Philly.com:
Wilt on a stamp? Better be a big stamp. A Philadelphia-based campaign to get Wilt Chamberlain on a U.S. stamp has gotten to the right place. According to a spokesman for the U.S. Postal Service, the Chamberlain-on-postage idea definitely “is under consideration.”
That’s no small thing. A committee sends 20 to 25 suggestions each year to the postmaster general, from “thousands of suggestions annually,” said Roy Betts, manager of community relations for the Postal Service. According to Betts, stamp selections will be announced in August, but the committee, which meets four times a year, also is talking about possibilities for the next few years. A campaign started by Philadelphia Tribune sports editor Donald Hunt resulted in a steady steam of Wilt supporters, including NBA officials, contacting the Postal Service.
If it comes to fruition, it’s going to provide a whole new outlet for women who always wanted to lick Wilt Chamberlain.