Waves of Color

There’s a new stamp gracing the postal catalog that’s sure to demand attention. The new Waves of Color stamp collection peaks interest through its vibrant colors and flowing lines. These stamps are sure to bring grace and elegance to any package, large envelope or other mailings.

The printing process for the stamp collection is similar to that of engraved bank currency. This makes the design of each stamp particularly difficult to copy. Also of interest is the size of each stamp. Each individual issue represents a $1, $2, $5, or $10 denomination. The greater the value of the stamp, the larger its size, with $10 being the largest.

The Waves of Color stamp collection is now available online and at a Post Office near you.

Do you think postage stamps could be used as future currency for other retail transactions such as groceries and gasoline?

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