#3454//90 – 2000-2001 Lilies, 16 stamps

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Get the Complete 2000-2001 Lily Stamp Set
Now’s your chance to get all 16 lily stamps issued in 2000 and 2001.  These were among the first non-denominated rate change stamps issued without a letter (the previous issues were labeled A-H).  Instead, these stamps said “First Class.”  Additionally, the non-denominated stamps were the first U.S. flower stamps to use photographs rather than illustrations.  Save time and money – order this set today.
 

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Get the Complete 2000-2001 Lily Stamp Set


Now’s your chance to get all 16 lily stamps issued in 2000 and 2001.  These were among the first non-denominated rate change stamps issued without a letter (the previous issues were labeled A-H).  Instead, these stamps said “First Class.”  Additionally, the non-denominated stamps were the first U.S. flower stamps to use photographs rather than illustrations.  Save time and money – order this set today.