2019 USPS Year of The Boar/Pig Forever Postage Stamps Scott 5340 (5 Sheets)

2019 USPS Year of The Boar/Pig Forever Postage

This listing is tfor he last in the series of the Lunar New Year forever stamps: "Year of the Boar" by USPS Around the world, millions of people welcome a new year with gifts, music, and celebration! Bright pink peach blossoms highlight the 2019 Year of the Boar stamp from the U.S. Postal Service, the 12th and final stamp in the Celebrating Lunar New Year series. The Year of the Boar begins February 5, 2019, and ends on January 24, 2020. The Year of the Boar stamp is being issued as a Forever stamp in self-adhesive souvenir sheets of 12. This Forever stamp will always be equal in value to the current First-Class Mail one-ounce price.

  • Brand: USPS
  • ASIN: B07R8NMCNR

Year of the Tiger: Narcissus Flowers (Celebrating Chinese Lunar New Year), Full Sheet of 12 x 44-Cent Postage Stamps, USA 2010, Scott 4435

Year of the Tiger: Narcissus Flowers (Celebrating Chinese

Celebrating Chinese Lunar New Year: Year of the Tiger;Featuring Narcissus flowers for this time of renewed hope for the future.;Years of the Tiger include 1914, 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010, and 2022.;Collectible stamps or use for postage.

  • Brand: USPS
  • ASIN: B003DU833K
  • UPC: 787799174616

Year of the Rabbit: Kumquats (Celebrating Lunar New Year), Full Sheet of 12 x Forever Postage Stamps, USA 2011, Scott 4492

Year of the Rabbit: Kumquats (Celebrating Lunar New

The U.S. Postal Service celebrated the Year of the Rabbit with the issuance of a Forever stamp on January 22, 2011, in Morrow, Georgia. Original colorful artwork by Kam Mak was combined with two elements from the previous series of Lunar New Year stamps - artist Clarence Lee's intricate paper-cut rabbit design and calligrapher Lau Bun's grass-style Kenji character for "rabbit." The rabbit is the 4th of the 12 animals in the Chinese zodiac associated with the Lunar calendar. People of Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, Tibetan, and Mongolian heritage celebrate the Lunar New Year. People born in the Year of the Rabbit are said to be sensitive, cautious and lucky.

  • Brand: USPS
  • ASIN: B0195KBBOO

2019 USPS Year of The Boar/Pig Sheet of 12 Forever Postage Stamps Scott 5340

2019 USPS Year of The Boar/Pig Sheet of

The final stamp in the current Celebrating Lunar New Year series.

  • Color: Year of the Boar/Pig 2019 - 12
  • Brand: USPS
  • ASIN: B07N11WNLZ

Lunar New Year Souvenir Sheet of 12 x 39-Cent Postage Stamps, USA 2006, Scott 3997

Lunar New Year Souvenir Sheet of 12 x

This is the 2006 addition to the Lunar New Year Series. Over a 12 year period, Chinese-American artist Clarence Lee created a paper-cut image of each animal of the zodiac. This sheet features contains one of every lunar year stamp, each valued at 39 cents. The design also includes calligraphy by Lau Bun that translates in English as "Year of the [Animal]," and the greeting "Happy New Year!" According to an ancient fable, the Chinese emperor ordered all animals to report to him on the first day of the new year, with the first 12 animals who appeared before him getting a year named after them. Each year represents the characteristics of the corresponding animal. See other items from the Chinese Lunar New Years series.

  • Brand: USPS
  • ASIN: B01BO1MIB2
  • UPC: 787793870873

Year of the Rat: Lunar New Year, Full Sheet of 20 x 32-Cent Postage Stamps, USA 1996, Scott 3060

Year of the Rat: Lunar New Year, Full

These "Year of the Rat" stamps were issued on February 8, 1996, in San Francisco, California. Artist, Clarence Lee, of Honolulu, HI, created a distinctively modern and Chinese design with a paper-cut two dimensional look. A professional calligrapher, Lau Bun, wrote Kanji characters to state the name of each stamp on the left side. Kanji is a Japanese adaptation to Chinese characters and can be read by a variety of Asian groups from differing countries and cultures. The Chinese lunar cycle is based on a 12-year repeating cycle. According to legend, the signs of the Zodiac were determined when Buddha invited all the animals of the kingdom for a meeting. Only 12 animals showed up: the rooster, dog, boar, rat, ox, tiger, hare, dragon, snake, horse, ram and monkey. Buddha gave each animal its own year; thus, it is believed that people will possess the nature and characteristics of the animal that represents the year in which they are born.

  • Brand: USPS
  • ASIN: B007I4W8XS
  • UPC: 787793775970

Celebrating Lunar New Year: Year of The Rat, Full Sheet of 12 x 41-Cent Postage Stamps, USA 2008, Scott 4221

Celebrating Lunar New Year: Year of The Rat,

Great stamps for the home

  • Brand: USPS
  • ASIN: B0012GB4II
  • UPC: 787793245947

Lunar New Year: Year of the Dog - 2018 Pane of 12 Forever Stamps by USPS

Lunar New Year: Year of the Dog -

This is the new Lunar New Year Dog Pane of 12 USPS Forever Stamps issued February 2018. Ring in the new year with gifts, noise, and celebration! An arrangement of lucky bamboo (Draceana braunii) and a red, lozenge-shaped Lunar New Year decoration highlight the 2018 Year of the Dog stamp from the U.S. Postal Service, 11th of 12 in the Celebrating Lunar New Year series. The Year of the Dog begins February 16, 2018, and ends on February 4, 2019. The Year of the Dog stamp is being issued as a Forever stamp in self-adhesive souvenir sheets of 12. This Forever stamp will always be equal in value to the current First-Class Mail one-ounce price. he Lunar New Year is the most important holiday of the year for many Asian communities around the world and is celebrated primarily by people of Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, Tibetan, and Mongolian heritage. The U.S. Postal Service introduced its Celebrating Lunar New Year series in 2008. The series will continue through 2019 with a stamp for the Year of the Boar. Year of the Dog is being issued as a souvenir sheet of 12 self-adhesive Forever stamps. Art director Ethel Kessler worked on the series with illustrator Kam Mak, a Hong Kong-born artist who grew up in New York City's Chinatown and now lives in Brooklyn. The artwork focuses on some of the...

  • Brand: Forever Postage Stamps
  • ASIN: B0796J14NG
  • UPC: 792273826448

Unbranded A Charlie Brown Christmas Forever Stamp Booklet of 20

Unbranded A Charlie Brown Christmas Forever Stamp Booklet

They 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 gathering 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 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.

  • Brand: Unbranded
  • ASIN: B01JUWGUPM
  • UPC: 789859030603

Happy New Year Baby, Full Pane of 20 x 33-Cent Postage Stamps, USA 2000, Scott 3369

Happy New Year Baby, Full Pane of 20

This pane of 20 self-adhesive stamps, issued by the U.S. Postal Service on December 27, 1999 in Washington, DC., celebrates the year 2000. It features J.C. Leyendecker's illustration from the cover of The Saturday Evening Post in 1937 of a baby in a top hat ringing in the New Year and blowing a horn amid streamers and confetti.

  • Brand: USPS
  • ASIN: B007P7335K
  • UPC: 787793602016

2000 CHINESE LUNAR NEW YEAR OF THE DRAGON #3370 Plate Block of 4 x 33¢ US Postage Stamps

2000 CHINESE LUNAR NEW YEAR OF THE DRAGON

On January 6, 2000 in San Francisco, CA., the USPS celebrated the year of the Dragon. Each year, the city of San Francisco hosts a spectacular parade to celebrate the holiday. This year's event will include a new 200-foot golden dragon which requires over 100 handlers to keep it winding through the city streets

  • Brand: US POST OFFICE DEPT USPS
  • ASIN: B001QRWGIU

Lunar New Year Souvenir Sheet, Double-sided Pane of 24 x 37-Cent Postage Stamps, USA 2005, Scott 3895

Lunar New Year Souvenir Sheet, Double-sided Pane of

The U.S. Postal Service issued this unique double-sided souvenir sheet of 37-cent Lunar New Year stamps in twelve designs on January 6, 2005, in Honolulu, Hawaii. Artist Clarence Lee, of Honolulu, created intricate paper-cut designs for each of the 12 animals associated with the Chinese lunar calendar, representing the Year of the Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Ram, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Boar. Calligrapher Lau Bun, also of Honolulu, drew the Kanji characters on the selvage to the left of the souvenir sheet, which may be translated as "Happy New Year!" The same greeting appears in English at the top of the sheet.

  • Brand: USPS
  • ASIN: B015YSLJNO
  • UPC: 400005670152

US Stamp - 2011 Chinese New Year - Sheet of 12 Forever Stamps #4492

US Stamp - 2011 Chinese New Year -

  • ASIN: B01M9G4CP4

Year of the Rooster: Lunar New Year, Full Sheet of 20 x 29-Cent Postage Stamps, USA 1992, Scott 2720

Year of the Rooster: Lunar New Year, Full

Born in Honolulu, Hawaii, artist Clarence Lee was selected to design the first Chinese lunar stamp, the "Year of the Rooster." Issued on December 30, 1992 in San Francisco, the stamp met with such success that he continued to design the stamps for the rest of the 12-year series. When designing this first stamp of the series, Lee created a distinctively modern and Chinese design, hence the paper-cut two dimensional look. On each stamp of the series, a professional calligrapher wrote Kanji characters to state the name of each stamp. Kanji is a Japanese adaptation to Chinese characters and can often be read by a variety of Asian groups from differing countries and cultures. The Chinese lunar cycle is based on a 12 year repeating cycle. According to legend, the signs of the Zodiac were determined when Buddha invited all the animals of the kingdom for a meeting. Only 12 animals showed up: the rooster, dog, boar, rat, ox, tiger, hare, dragon, snake, horse, ram and monkey. Buddha gave each animal its own year; thus, it is believed that people will possess the nature and characteristics of the animal that represents the year in which they are born.

  • Brand: USPS
  • ASIN: B005PINB3A
  • UPC: 783318184456

2008 Celebrating Lunar New Year Full Sheet of 12 Year of the Rat 41-Cent Postage Stamps Scott 4221 By USPS

2008 Celebrating Lunar New Year Full Sheet of

  • Brand: USPS
  • ASIN: B0772Y7VYX
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