USPS#ad - These new stamps from the postal service feature closeup views of 10 different tulips in a rainbow of colors. Dutch immigrants brought the first tulip bulbs to America hundreds of years ago. Today, we import more than 1 billion bulbs per year.
Tulip blossoms will be issued as Forever stamps and will always be valid for the current domestic 1-ounce letter postage price. Months later, thick green leaves poke through the soil, soon revealing their treasure: tulip blossoms in spectacular variety from prim to ostentatious.
The u. S. Postal service celebrates spring and Americans’ love for tulips with the issuance of Tulip Blossoms Forever stamps.
Each flower fills almost the entire frame of the stamp, with just the top of the stem showing. Art director greg Breeding designed the stamps with existing photographs by Denise Ippolito. Each fall, millions of gardeners bury bulbs in the earth, eagerly anticipating the rewards that springtime will bring. A member of the lily family liliaceae, the tulip genus Tulipa originated as a wildflower in Central Asia.
#adRoyal Mail#ad - Issued by royal mail on 16th September 2004. This issue features 10 creatures that have made their home in the woodland areas of the country. 1st class stamps feature a pine marten, stoat, Badger, red Squirrel, Roe Deer, Yellow Necked Mouse, Mole, Wildcat, Natterer's Bat and Fox.
2004 woodland animal stamps - 10 First Class Royal Mail Mint Stamps. Ideal as postage or as a gift or keepsake, making a wonderful addition to any collection. Each stamp captures the individual beauty of the animals as they are caught on camera in a moment of surprise.
Royal Mail#ad - Valid for items up to 100g in weight and 240mm x 165mm x 5mm in size. 8 x 2nd class standard self Adhesive BARCODED Stamps. Self adhesive Stamps. Each stamp contain the new required BARCODE.
#adRoyal Mail#ad - 2 retail books of 6 x 1st class standard stamps. A total of 12 1st class stamps. Self adhesive - For use as postage stamps and philately. Issue date: 3 January 2013. Revised colours Red retail book edition.
#adRoyal Mail#ad - Ideal for postage or as a gift or keepsake, making a wonderful addition to any collection. This set consists of 10 First Class stamps issued by the Royal Mail. Issued by the royal Mail on 6 January 1997. This stamps issue celebrates botanical art in all its glory, especially the work of G D Ehret who was commissioned to illustrate the specimens discovered on Captain Cook’s voyage to Newfoundland.