2021 36c Barns (coil) set of 4

# 5550-53 - 2021 36c Barns (coil) set of 4

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US #5550-53
2021 Barns (Coil)

  • Showcases the beauty of barns in all four seasons
  • Also issued in panes of 20


Stamp Category: 
Definitive
Value:  36¢ Postcard Rate (Nondenominated)
First Day of Issue:  January 24, 2021
First Day City:  Barnesville, Georgia
Quantity Issued:  400,000,000
Printed by:  Banknote Corporation of America
Printing Method:  Offset
Format:  Coils of 100
Tagging:  Phosphor Tagged Paper, Block

Why the stamp was issued:  To cover the postcard rate and celebrate the beauty and history of barns in the United States.

About the stamp design:  Includes four designs featuring digital paintings by Kim Johnson of different styles of barns found throughout America.  Each stamp represents one of the four seasons.

First Day City:  The First Day of Issue postmark was from Barnesville, Georgia.  There was no First Day of Issue Ceremony.

History the stamp represents:  There’s something about barns that makes every American stop and reflect for a moment.  There are modern barns with elaborate designs, simple buildings that get the job done, and historic marvels that have stood the test of time.  Whichever design, all barns have the strange ability to make us feel nostalgic for a simpler time.

In 2021, the United States Postal Service issued four new nondenominated stamps to satisfy the postcard rate.  Each one pictures a different style of barn during one of the four seasons.  There is a round barn for fall, gambrel-roofed barn for summer, forebay (or Pennsylvania) barn for spring, and Western barn for winter.  Each stamp features bright colors and crisp details, making them truly striking.  The original artwork for these issues was by Kim Johnson.

It's fitting that these stamps satisfied the postcard rate, as there are different types of barns all over the country.  That is just the stamp design to send a postcard to a loved one telling them where you’ve been.  And, just like the barns, themselves, the stamps will stand the test of time since they are nondenominated.

Whether visiting a new place on vacation, or taking a drive through your own town, you’re sure to find an old barn still sanding somewhere, waiting for you to uncover its story…

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US #5550-53
2021 Barns (Coil)

  • Showcases the beauty of barns in all four seasons
  • Also issued in panes of 20


Stamp Category: 
Definitive
Value:  36¢ Postcard Rate (Nondenominated)
First Day of Issue:  January 24, 2021
First Day City:  Barnesville, Georgia
Quantity Issued:  400,000,000
Printed by:  Banknote Corporation of America
Printing Method:  Offset
Format:  Coils of 100
Tagging:  Phosphor Tagged Paper, Block

Why the stamp was issued:  To cover the postcard rate and celebrate the beauty and history of barns in the United States.

About the stamp design:  Includes four designs featuring digital paintings by Kim Johnson of different styles of barns found throughout America.  Each stamp represents one of the four seasons.

First Day City:  The First Day of Issue postmark was from Barnesville, Georgia.  There was no First Day of Issue Ceremony.

History the stamp represents:  There’s something about barns that makes every American stop and reflect for a moment.  There are modern barns with elaborate designs, simple buildings that get the job done, and historic marvels that have stood the test of time.  Whichever design, all barns have the strange ability to make us feel nostalgic for a simpler time.

In 2021, the United States Postal Service issued four new nondenominated stamps to satisfy the postcard rate.  Each one pictures a different style of barn during one of the four seasons.  There is a round barn for fall, gambrel-roofed barn for summer, forebay (or Pennsylvania) barn for spring, and Western barn for winter.  Each stamp features bright colors and crisp details, making them truly striking.  The original artwork for these issues was by Kim Johnson.

It's fitting that these stamps satisfied the postcard rate, as there are different types of barns all over the country.  That is just the stamp design to send a postcard to a loved one telling them where you’ve been.  And, just like the barns, themselves, the stamps will stand the test of time since they are nondenominated.

Whether visiting a new place on vacation, or taking a drive through your own town, you’re sure to find an old barn still sanding somewhere, waiting for you to uncover its story…