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United States Postal Services 2011 Issue
Designed by Ethel Kessler

Year of the Rabbit

The United States Postal Service will issue a new stamp that has a forever postage value named "Year of the Rabbit" on the 22nd of January 2011. This stamp is issued to celebrate the Lunar New Year that is part of the heritage of Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, Tibetan, and Mongolian peoples. In the USA the occasion is marked in various ways across a diverse array of cultures. Parades, parties and other special events are common. The Year of the Rabbit begins on Feb 3, 2011 and ends on January 22, 2012 The stamp depicts Kumquats, which are given as gifts and eaten for luck at this time of renewed hope for the future. Sorry! no specifications are available for this stamp at this time.

For those of you who do not know what the forever postage means. Regardless of when these stamps are purchased or used in the new year, no matter how prices may change in the future, these stamps will always be equal to the current First-Class Mail 1 ounce price. Since the USPS started this program is 2007, it has raised 12.1 billion in total revenue. The program has been such a success the USPS now offers coils, booklets and Holiday Forever Stamps. Below is a preview image of the USPS stamps that will be issued in 2011.

Preview USPS 2011 Stamp Program

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