#5158-62 – 2017 49c US Flag Stamps, Set of 5

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Own All Five 2017 U.S. Flag Stamps

The United States Postal Service continued its long-standing tradition of American Flag stamps in 2017 with a close-up photograph of the flag fluttering in the breeze, taken by Tom Grill.  It's a stamp design Americans can feel proud of.  

The Differences Between Each Stamp:

US #5158 – Printed by Banknote Corporation of America (BCA) in coils of 100, microprinted "USPS" on fourth red flag stripe. US #5159 – Printed by Ashton Potter, Ltd, in coils of 100, with microprinted "USPS" on second white flag stripe. US #5160 – Printed by BCA in booklet of 10 and 20, with microprinted "USPS" on fourth red flag stripe. US #5161 – Printed by Ashton Potter, Ltd., in booklet of 20, with microprinted "USPS" on second white flag stripe. US #5162 – Printed by Ashton Potter, Ltd., in ATM booklet of 18, microprinted "USPS" on second white flag stripe.
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Own All Five 2017 U.S. Flag Stamps

The United States Postal Service continued its long-standing tradition of American Flag stamps in 2017 with a close-up photograph of the flag fluttering in the breeze, taken by Tom Grill.  It's a stamp design Americans can feel proud of.

 

The Differences Between Each Stamp:

US #5158 – Printed by Banknote Corporation of America (BCA) in coils of 100, microprinted "USPS" on fourth red flag stripe.

US #5159 – Printed by Ashton Potter, Ltd, in coils of 100, with microprinted "USPS" on second white flag stripe.

US #5160 – Printed by BCA in booklet of 10 and 20, with microprinted "USPS" on fourth red flag stripe.

US #5161 – Printed by Ashton Potter, Ltd., in booklet of 20, with microprinted "USPS" on second white flag stripe.

US #5162 – Printed by Ashton Potter, Ltd., in ATM booklet of 18, microprinted "USPS" on second white flag stripe.