PRODUCT ID : 9711
Through the National Cherry Blossom Festival, the United States Postal Service has released this commemorative "forever" stamp depicting the Washington Monument and the surrounding cherry blossom trees in full bloom. To go along with this "forever" stamp there is also a 5-cent cherry blossom stamp issued on October 5, 1966, that highlights the Tidal Basin and Jefferson Memorial.
Featured on a magnificently decorated envelope and post marked "Washington DC, March 24, 2012 (Zip code 20066)" with the words "FIRST DAY OF ISSUE". This is truly a collector's item.
Note: A "forever" stamp from the USPS carries no denomination because no matter the price increase of stamps in the future, the stamps will be first class letter postage "forever."
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