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Florist’s Cyclamen - Cyclamen Persicum

Winter Flowers

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Name Value
Date of Issue February 14, 2014
Year 2014
Quantity 125,000,000
First-Class Mail Forever
Denomination Value $0.49
Perforation or Dimension 0.91 x 1.19 in./23.11 x 30.22 mm
Series Winter Flowers
Series Time Span 2014
Issue Location Little Rock, AR 72202 (APS AmeriStamp Expo 2014) (Field Event)
Postal Administration United States

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Double-sided Booklet of 20 (4 Designs)

Quantity Produced - 25,000,000
Original Purchase Price: $9.80
SKU: 689100
Dimension: 5.74 x 2.38 in./145.80 x 60.45 mm
Printer: Banknote Corporation of America
Printed at: Browns Summit, NC
Printing Process: Offset/Microprint “USPS”
Gum Type: Pressure-sensitive
Paper: Phosphor Tagged, Overall
Layout Number: “S” followed by five (5) single digits
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Press Sheet W/die Cuts

Quantity Produced - 2,500
Original Purchase Price: $78.40
SKU: 689106
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Press Sheet W/o Die Cuts

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Original Purchase Price: $78.40
SKU: 689108
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First-day Cover Set of 4

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SKU: 689116
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About Stamp

The approximately 20 species of cyclamen are native to the Mediterranean region. Florist’s cyclamen (Cyclamen persicum) has gained popularity in the United States as a winter-blooming potted plant. Produced on long, leafless stems, the sweetly scented flowers have five petals, four up and one down, that are held upright above the foliage. The flowers come in shades of white, pink, purple and red with green foliage mottled with silver.

About Stamp Series

On February 14, 2014, in Little Rock, Arkansas, at the American Philatelic Society AmeriStamp Expo 2014, Statehouse Convention Center, the U.S. Postal Service® will issue Winter Flowers First-Class Mail® stamps (Forever® priced at 49 cents), in four designs in a pressure-sensitive adhesive (PSA) booklet of 20 stamps. The stamps will go on sale nationwide February 14, 2014.

These self-adhesive stamps are being issued in books of 20.

With the Winter Flowers Stamps, the U.S. Postal Service continues its tradition of issuing stamps that present beautiful, floral-themed art.

Each of these four stamps depicts a close-up view of one plant—(clockwise from upper left) amaryllis, cyclamen, Christmas cactus, or paperwhite—with detailed and colorful renderings of its blossom and foliage.

These winter-blooming flowers are popular potted plants, especially during the holidays when people enjoy them as gifts or as festive decorations. Just as these flowers brighten our dark winter days, these stamps will add a decorative and cheerful note to all your correspondence.

Art director Ethel Kessler designed the Winter Flowers stamps, which feature art by William Low.

The Winter Flowers stamps are being issued as Forever® stamps in books of 20. Forever stamps are always equal in value to the current First-Class Mail one-ounce rate.


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Art Director: Ethel Kessler, Bethesda, MD.
Designer: Ethel Kessler, Bethesda, MD.
Typographer: Ethel Kessler, Bethesda, MD.
Artist: William Low, Huntington, NY.
Modeler: Donald Woo.

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