#2618 – 1992 29c Love Series: Envelope and Heart

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U.S. #2618
1992 29¢ Love Envelope
Love Series
Issue Date: February 6, 1992
City: Loveland, CO
Quantity: 835,000,000
Printed By: U.S. Bank Note Co
Printing Method: Photogravure
Perforations: 11
Color: Multicolored
 
Unlike former Love stamps, this one was produced only in sheets. Since 1991, quantities could meet consumer demand, no booklets of the 1992 design were printed and no 52¢ stamps or envelopes bearing the Love logo were released. As usual, the stamp, featuring a heart in an envelope, was issued in time for Valentine's Day.
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U.S. #2618
1992 29¢ Love Envelope
Love Series

Issue Date: February 6, 1992
City: Loveland, CO
Quantity: 835,000,000
Printed By: U.S. Bank Note Co
Printing Method: Photogravure
Perforations: 11
Color: Multicolored
 
Unlike former Love stamps, this one was produced only in sheets. Since 1991, quantities could meet consumer demand, no booklets of the 1992 design were printed and no 52¢ stamps or envelopes bearing the Love logo were released. As usual, the stamp, featuring a heart in an envelope, was issued in time for Valentine's Day.