#4228-47 – 2008 American Flags 24/7, set of 20 stamps

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U.S. #4228-47
2008 42¢ American Flag 24/7
Set of 20

Issue Date:  April 18, 2008
City:  Washington, DC
 
Set of 20 American Flag 24/7 stamps includes all varieties. 
 
The American flag, a symbol of our country's triumph over oppression and our dream of freedom, was honored on 2008 U.S. postage stamps. The set, titled "American Flag 24/7," shows the American flag at four different times of day - sunrise, noon, sunset, and night.
 
The coil stamps were produced by three printers: Sennett Security, Ashton-Potter, and Avery Dennison. This was the first time an American Flag definitive was not made in booklet or pane form.
 
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U.S. #4228-47
2008 42¢ American Flag 24/7
Set of 20

Issue Date:  April 18, 2008
City:  Washington, DC
 
Set of 20 American Flag 24/7 stamps includes all varieties. 
 
The American flag, a symbol of our country's triumph over oppression and our dream of freedom, was honored on 2008 U.S. postage stamps. The set, titled "American Flag 24/7," shows the American flag at four different times of day - sunrise, noon, sunset, and night.
 
The coil stamps were produced by three printers: Sennett Security, Ashton-Potter, and Avery Dennison. This was the first time an American Flag definitive was not made in booklet or pane form.