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USPS Four Flags Forever Postage Stamps, Roll Of 100 Stamps

USPS Four Flags Forever Postage Stamps, Roll Of 100 Stamps

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Brand: USPS
Category: Office Product

Buy New: $57.00
as of 9/23/2014 12:50 EDT details

New (12) Collectible (1) from $57.00

Seller: thelowbuy2011
Sales Rank: 6,477

Shipping Weight (lbs): 0
Dimensions (in): 4.2 x 3.2 x 1

MPN: 4637-4640
UPC: 793573664242
EAN: 0793573664242
ASIN: B007PEUXE2

Availability: Usually ships in 1-2 business days

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  • USPS Forever Stamps Four Flags Roll of 100
  • Forever stamps will always be valid for first class postage even if rates change
  • 100 first class forever stamps

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This is One (1) Roll Of 100 Four Flags Forever Postage Stamps. These Stamps can be used for First Class Mail. The U.S. Postal Service continues its tradition of honoring the Stars and Stripes with the issuance of the Four Flags (Forever®) stamps. This quartet of stamps features a bright U.S. flag against a white background. A single word appears on each of the four stamps in large letters: Freedom, Liberty, Equality, and Justice. The black typeface recalls the look of Colonial-era printing. The current U.S. flag consists of 13 stripes and 50 stars. Congress passed legislation in 1818 stating that the number of stars on the flag should match the number of states in the Union. It also specified that new stars would be added to the flag on the July 4 after a state's admission. The current flag's 50th star was added on July 4, 1960, after Hawai'i became a state on August 21, 1959. The flag illustration by the late Arnold Holeywell is based on a photograph taken by art director Howard Paine. Paine also served as the typographer for the stamp. Forever stamps are always equal in value to the current First-Class Mail one-ounce rate. Made in the USA.


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