|Brand Name||Forever Stamps|
|Item Weight||1.44 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9 x 7 x 0.2 inches|
|Item model number||VRose|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||VRose|
Vintage Rose Sheet of 20 USPS Forever Stamps Wedding, Anniversary, Celebration, Flowers (5 sheets of 20 Stamps)
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- Vintage Rose, a Forever stamp, can be used to mail any domestic mail that weighs less than 1 oz forever. It's ideal for wedding invitations, greeting cards, and more.
- Beware of counterfeit stamps: genuine stamps have sharp lines and bolder printing. Counterfeit stamps have dot dash lines and a break in the line at the stem. Mail sent with counterfeit stamps could be confiscated.
- Buy from a trusted dealer to ensure you get genuine stamps
- The stamp art features an elaborate floral line drawing of a rose and a new addition to the popular Weddings series.
- Five sheets of 20 Forever Stamps (100 stamps total). Forever stamps will always be valid for first class postage even if rates change. Pair with ASIN B00SEKFJ4A (two-ounce Tulip)
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Vintage Rose, a Forever stamp, can be used to mail any domestic mail that weighs less than 1 oz forever. It's ideal for wedding invitations, greeting cards, and more.
The stamp art features an elaborate floral line drawing of a rose and a new addition to the popular Weddings series.
The drawings are details from engraved plates originally created by naturalist artist Maria Sibylla Merian (1647-1717).
Designed by Jeanne Greco, Art Director: Greg Breeding
Issue Date: February 14, 2015
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After returning these stamps, I spoke with my local PostMaster. And he tracked me down some of the few of these stamps still in Post Offices and had them transferred in for me! Not only am I certain they are real and my invitations will go through.
Three days after the return and refund, I was contacted contacted by the Boston postal inspector fraud unit. She stated that she could not divulge how, but their scanning machines can pick up the frauds. I stated I heard they can get through. She stated that yes, there are exceptions and some get through but she claimed that was not the norm. My point it to you all, if you are like me and loved the stamp for your wedding, be sure to verify the authenticity of your stamps as it would be a shame to have your invitations be non-deliverable for counterfeit postage.
Hope this is a help to someone else.
Edit: Checked in today and noticed that the photos I thought I had attached were not here. The following show the points I mentioned above.
My recommendation to everyone is to verify that your stamps are authentic before attaching to any envelopes.