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Australia Postal Services 2011 Issue
Designed by Sharon Rodziewicz

Farming Australia: Native Plants

The Australia Postal Service has issued four new stamps that have a postage value of 60 cents named "Farming Australia: Native Plants" on the 17th of May 2011. These new stamps depict four of Australia largest native horticultural industries which include: eucalyptus oil, honey, macadamia nuts and tea tree oil. Each of these products are a multi-million dollar industry in Australia and provide the country with large amount of export income.

"Farming Australia: Native Plants" stamps can be purchased as a set of 4, Booklet of 10, Sheetlet pack, Roll of 100, Stamp Pack, Gutter Strip or FDC. The size of the stamps is 37.5mm x 26mm and the size of the sheetlet is 95mm x 150mm. Stamp perforation size is 13.86 X 14.6 using the 2cm reference. They will be printed by McKellar Renown using the Lithography printing process.

Farming Australia: Native Plants FDC

Farming Australia: Native Plants Gutter Strip

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