2019 California Dogface Butterfly Nonmachinable Stamps – Vivid Butterfly Stamp Collection 100 Pack
This stunning set from USPS features lifelike nonmachinable stamps showcasing the beautiful California Dogface butterfly. The 2019 pack includes 100 Forever first-class stamps perfect for collectors and nature lovers.
Bold and colorful, the Dogface butterfly makes an eye-catching nonmachinable stamp subject. Its wingspan means these stamps must be manually processed, protecting the art. Vivid details showcase the insect’s delicate beauty.
Fans of unique nonmachinable stamps will appreciate this set for their collections. The realistic butterfly paintings lend artistic flair to letters and cards for any recipient.
These self-adhesive stamps come in convenient booklet panes of 20. The nonmachinable shape and design provide interest to envelopes, postcards, invitations, RSVPs, and more.
Continue collecting nonmachinable stamps like the surreal Global: Winged Wonders series. Send artistically uplifting mail with these premium California Dogface butterfly nonmachinable stamps.
- These stamps are for use on irregularly sized envelopes such as square greeting cards, wedding or party invitations or announcements.
- Available in sheets of 20 easy to use Peel & Stick Self Adhesive.
- Stamps per Pane: Pane of 20 (1 design)
These nonmachinable Forever stamps were released by USPS in 2019 featuring the California Dogface butterfly. Their Scott number is 5343. Printed in panes of 20, the stamps have a vertical format measuring 0.84 x 1.42 inches when perforated. Photographic imaging provides lifelike detail.
This lot contains 100 brand new, mint never hinged nonmachinable stamps in flawless condition with original undisturbed gum.
The photorealistic artwork depicts a vivid California Dogface butterfly with outspread wings showing intricate patterns and colors. The beauty and wingspan make it perfect for nonmachinable stamps.
These nonmachinable stamps from the United States Postal Service showcase one of the most iconic butterfly species found in western North America.
These stamps allow collectors to appreciate the delicate beauty of the Dogface butterfly. Its large wingspan requires nonmachinable stamps to protect the artwork from processing machines.