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USPS Forever Postage Stamps Flags 100 Count (Seasons)

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Brand new. May or may not be sealed in plastic (post office sold these two different ways)

USPS Forever Postage Stamps Flags 100 Count

Forever stamps will always be valid for first class postage even if rates change

100 (one hundred) first class forever stamps

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.

Imported from USA

Issue Date: May 3, 2013 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.

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