Today the U.S. Postal Service issued four new sheets of stamps denominated at four different rates: $1, $2, $5, and $10. As the denominations increase, the stamp sizes grow larger. Designed for your convenience, the elegant stamps will lend a contemporary appearance to packages, large envelopes, and other mailings.
In order to suggest their status as high-denomination issues, these unusual and handsome stamps benefit from a highly detailed printing process that creates dense, abstract patterns similar to an engraved bank note. They were printed using offset lithography and intaglio processes.
What do you think? Beautiful, eh?
Later this year, the U.S. Postal Service will issue four distinctive new stamps whose elegant design will lend a contemporary appearance to packages, large envelopes, and other mailed items. Each of the stamps features rich colors and dense abstract patterns akin to engraved banknotes. Their palette of blended tones leaves the dominant color of each stamp open to interpretation.
The stamps will be issued separately at the $1, $2, $5, and $10 rates. $1 Wave is the smallest of the four new stamps; as the denominations increase, the stamps grow larger.
Release dates for each of the stamps have not yet been set. Check back here for all the latest stamp news!