#4717-20 – 2012 Waves of Color

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U.S. #4717-20

2012 Waves of Color

 

Issue Date: December 1, 2012

City: Orlando, FL

Quantity: 40,000,000

Printed By: Ashton Potter

Printing Method: Intaglio/Offset

Color: multicolored

 

In 2012, four stamps were issued with higher denominations.  They all feature a white background with different color waves and sizes for each value.  The $1 stamp is blue and is the smallest, the $2 is a green stamp, the $5 semi-jumbo stamp contains orange waves, and the largest value $10 jumbo stamp is grey.  These stamps were printed by a combination of intaglio and offset lithography.  They were designed to look like banknotes.

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U.S. #4717-20

2012 Waves of Color

 

Issue Date: December 1, 2012

City: Orlando, FL

Quantity: 40,000,000

Printed By: Ashton Potter

Printing Method: Intaglio/Offset

Color: multicolored

 

In 2012, four stamps were issued with higher denominations.  They all feature a white background with different color waves and sizes for each value.  The $1 stamp is blue and is the smallest, the $2 is a green stamp, the $5 semi-jumbo stamp contains orange waves, and the largest value $10 jumbo stamp is grey.  These stamps were printed by a combination of intaglio and offset lithography.  They were designed to look like banknotes.