2015 Summer Harvest Commemorative Stamps – Garden Fruits & Vegetables 100 Pack
This vibrant set of commemorative stamps from the United States Postal Service celebrates the bounty of summer with colorful illustrations of garden harvests. The pack includes 100 Forever first-class stamps perfect for any gardener.
Released in 2015, these commemorative stamps feature watercolor drawings of popular summer harvests including squash, blackberries, tomatoes, peaches, cantaloupe, green beans, heirloom apples, cucumbers, and figs. The variety encapsulates the joy of seasonal gardening and farmers markets.
Gardeners and locavores will love using these beautiful produce stamps on their summer mailings and greeting cards. The commemorative Summer Harvest series brings colorful garden freshness to envelopes.
Self-adhesive and perforated into convenient panes, these horizontal format Forever stamps are perfect for sprucing up postcards, letters, invitations, and RSVPs.
Continue the commemorative collection with other releases celebrating American symbols and pastimes. Let everyone know of your green thumb with these cheerful and memorable commemorative garden stamps!
These commemorative Forever stamps were released by USPS in 2015. They have a Scott number of 4921 and come in panes of 20. The perforated stamp size is 0.84 x 1.42 inches in a horizontal format. Offset printing was used to create the bright watercolor designs.
This lot contains 100 brand new, mint never hinged commemorative stamps in flawless unused condition with original gum.
Created by renowned illustrator Robert Papp, the artwork features vivid watercolor drawings of 9 popular summer harvest foods including tomatoes, blackberries, cucumbers, squash, cantaloupe, apples, figs, green beans, and peaches.
These commemorative stamps from the United States Postal Service celebrate summertime harvests and were released as part of the ongoing Americana series.
The commemorative summer produce designs promote farmers markets, gardening, and enjoyment of peak seasonal harvests. They allow fans of homegrown food and kitchen gardeners to decorate letters with their bounty.