#2492b – 1995 32c Pink Rose,self-adh,pane 15+labl

U.S. 2492b
1995 32¢ Pink Rose
Booklet Pane of 15
 
Issue Date: June 2, 1995
City: McLean, Virginia
Quantity: 798,030,000
Printed By: J.S. Fergusson & Sons
Printing Method: Photogravure
Perforations:
11 ¼ X 11 ¾
Color: Multicolored
 
Like the other 1995 self-adhesive issues, this 32-cent Pink Rose definitive features a wavy die cut which simulates perforations once the stamp is peeled from its backing. In addition to this stamp, designer Gyo Fujikawa worked on the four-cent United States-Japan Treaty stamp of 1960 and the five-cent beautification stamp of 1966.
 
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U.S. 2492b
1995 32¢ Pink Rose
Booklet Pane of 15
 
Issue Date: June 2, 1995
City: McLean, Virginia
Quantity: 798,030,000
Printed By: J.S. Fergusson & Sons
Printing Method: Photogravure
Perforations:
11 ¼ X 11 ¾
Color: Multicolored
 
Like the other 1995 self-adhesive issues, this 32-cent Pink Rose definitive features a wavy die cut which simulates perforations once the stamp is peeled from its backing. In addition to this stamp, designer Gyo Fujikawa worked on the four-cent United States-Japan Treaty stamp of 1960 and the five-cent beautification stamp of 1966.