Coastal Birds Stamps Sheet of 20 Postcard Forever U.S. Postage Stamps USPS
With the release of the Coastal Birds postcard stamps, the U.S. Postal Service® celebrates four eye-catching birds: the red knot (Calidris canutus), king eider (Somateria spectabilis), roseate spoonbill (Platalea ajaja), and magnificent frigatebird (Fregata magnificens). The stamps feature highly stylized, digital portraits of each bird. Feeding on everything from crustaceans and mollusks to insects and fish, coastal birds can be spotted along beaches, rocky coastlines, and mudflats, as well as in lagoons, wetlands, and other saltwater and freshwater habitats. They account for some of the world's largest breeding and migratory populations. The Coastal Birds stamps feature the art of illustrator Tyler Lang. Greg Breeding was the art director. The word "POSTCARD" on the stamps indicates their usage value. Like a Forever® stamp, it will always be equal in value to the applicable price for the price category printed on them at the time of use. The initial price and value for this stamp is 35 cents. Issue Date: June 01, 2015 Art Director/Designer: Greg Breeding
USPS FOREVER(R) STAMPS, Coil of 100 Postage Stamps, Stamp Design May Vary
Roll of 100 brand new forever stamps made by USPS. Stamp design may vary (the image above is just an example of which variety you may receive). Always equal in value to the current First-Class Mail 1 ounce rate. Self-adhesive for convenient use. Made in the USA.
USPS Forever Stamps A Flag for All Seasons Booklet of 20
From the heights of sunny summer to the snowy depths of winter, Old Glory proudly waves-thanks to laws and traditions that encourage respect for our vital national symbol. Guidelines for the display and treatment of the American flag hark back to the National Flag Code adopted in 1923 at the National Flag Conference and amended a year later. A federal law in 1942 further provided specific rules for using and displaying the flag. Each of these four A Flag For All Seasons (Forever®) stamps shows an American flag, viewed from below, flying from a pole at full staff against a background of trees that evoke one of the four seasons of the year. Federal law states that the American flag should be displayed every day of the year, but especially on federal and state holidays, the "birthdays" of states, and other days according to presidential proclamation. As long as a flag is a durable, all-weather flag, it may be displayed outdoors throughout the year, regardless of the weather. The stamp art, gouache on illustration board, is the work of Laura Stutzman, who used her personal photographs of the flag as art reference. The art director was Phil Jordan. These stamps are being issued as Forever® stamps. Forever stamps are always equal in value to the current First-Class Mail® one-ounce rate. Made in the USA. Issue Date: August 16, 2013
USPS Forever Stamps Star-Spangled Banner Booklet of 20 (Fireworks)
Sheet of 20 Forever USA First Class Postage Stamps.
Charlie Brown Christmas USPS Forever Stamps, Book of 20
The stamp images include: Charlie Brown holding the sapling that eventually becomes his Christmas tree; Charlie Brown and Pigpen with a snowman; Snoopy and children ice skating; the cast of the program gathered around the Christmas tree; Linus kneeling by the sparsely decorated Christmas tree; Charlie Brown checking his mailbox for a Christmas card; Charlie Brown and Linus leaning on a snowy brick wall; Charlie Brown and Linus standing by the Christmas tree; a frustrated Charlie Brown standing in front of Snoopy's doghouse; and, Charlie Brown decorating the tree in front of the prize-winning lights display on Snoopy's doghouse. Art director Antonio Alcalá of Alexandria, VA, designed the stamps.
US Flag USPS Forever Stamps Book of 20 - 2016 New Release
U.S. Flag Forever 49¢ | 3 Stamp Formats Celebrate "Old Glory" with this new patriotic U.S. Flag stamp. The American flag has long symbolized the strength and spirit of our nation. This U.S. Flag First-Class Mail® stamp features a detail of Emmanuel Faure's vivid photograph of a U.S. flag waving against the background of the sky. On June 14, 1777, the Continental Congress passed the Flag Act, stating that the U.S. flag should consist of 13 alternating red and white stripes and 13 white stars in a blue field. In 1818, Congress passed legislation stipulating that the number of stars on the American flag should match the number of states in the Union. There are 13 stripes and 50 stars on the current flag. The words "USA FOREVER" are printed on the bottom of the stamp. Terrence W. McCaffrey was the art director of the project and Greg Breeding designed the stamp. The self-adhesive U.S. Flag First-Class Mail® stamp is being issued in coils of 100 and in books of 10 and 20.
Quilled Paper Heart USPS Forever Stamps Sheet of 20 2016 New Release
Quilled Paper Heart Forever 49¢ | 3 Stamp Formats In 2016, the U.S. Postal Service® issues another stamp in its popular Love series, Quilled Paper Heart. Quilling-also called paper filigree-involves rolling and shaping narrow strips of paper, laying them on their edges, and gluing them in place to form intricate designs. The origin of the name "quilling" is obscure, but it might have come from the first tool used to create the paper curls, the base of a feather or quill. Artist Yulia Brodskaya used heavy paper strips to create her design, choosing bright colors that would be appealing and eye-catching. The heart shape in the center of the stamp art is made from paper strips of many colors and is surrounded by white paper swirls. The background is white with shadows cast by the dimensional pieces of quilled paper. Quilliing is believed to date from the 15th or 16th century. The first known quillers were monks and nuns in European religious houses. Inspired by metal filigree, quilling was an inexpensive way to create elaborate decorations normally beyond the means of most churches and religious orders. When gilded or silvered, the curled paper could resemble the work of the finest gold- and silversmiths, while designs made with cream-colored paper or vellum appeared to be carvings of ivory. During the last 20 years, quilling has gained a new popularity. It is a technique that has changed very little with the passage of time and is accessible to anyone. Modern-day quillers only need a few tools to get started-paper, scissors, glue, and a quill-like implement for curling the strips. Art director Antonio Alcalá designed the stamp with original art by Yulia Brodskaya.
20 Botanical Art USPS Forever First Class Postage Stamps Beautiful Flower Bloom
The U.S. Postal Service® continues its tradition of beautiful floral-themed stamps with Botanical Art. The stamp art features ten designs, each a detail of an illustration from an American nursery catalog printed between 1891 and 1912. The design details are courtesy of The New York Botanical Garden; the catalogs are part of NYBG's Nursery and Seed Catalog Collection, one of the largest and most important such collections in the U.S. In the mid-19th century, as more people discovered the joys of ornamental and recreational gardening, thriving commercial greenhouses and nurseries marketed plants to the eager gardeners. To entice buyers, the nurseries created colorful catalogs illustrated with beautiful blossoms and lush foliage. The illustrations were idealized, romantic versions of what plants could look like, but they fueled many a garden dream. The artists responsible for the work seen on early nursery catalogs are mostly unknown to us now, but their captivating work lives on. Art director Ethel Kessler designed the stamps. The Botanical Art stamps are being issued as Forever® stamps. Forever stamps are always equal in value to the current First-Class Mail® one-ounce price. This listing is for 20 new forever stamps.
USPS Holiday Windows Forever Stamps Book of 20
The U.S. Postal Service announced today that this year's contemporary holiday stamps will highlight the role windows play during the holidays. Portraying winter nights, these elegant stamps showcase ways we observe traditions and spread cheer, letting us delight in the snow when we're inside while also sharing our warmth and merriment with the outside world. Available in booklets of 20 with each design repeated five times, the stamps feature a candle, a wreath, a star and a lighted tree. The stamps are sure to add a dash of winter bliss to letters and cards during the year's coldest months. Two of the designs show views from the inside looking out: a single burning candle sits on a sill and a simple star ornament hangs from a hook attached to the window sash, out of sight. Two other designs show views from the outside looking in: a brightly lit Christmas tree contrasts with the snowy shrubs on the other side of the glass and a snow-covered wreath hangs in front of frosted windowpanes. Art director Ethel Kessler of Bethesda, MD, designed the stamps with original artwork by William Low of Huntington, NY. The Holiday Windows stamps are being issued as Forever stamps. These Forever stamps will always be equal in value to the current First-Class Mail 1-ounce price. This listing is for 20 stamps.
Package included: 6 pcs rubber flower pattern stamp Specifications: There are six different pretty patterns, suitable for decorating scrap booking and wedding invitation cards etc. Doing a unique and creative festival cards for your dear friends
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