This is the new Pears stamp pane of 20
Originally issued in 2016 in a coil format, Pears, a ten-cent definitive stamp featuring an illustration of two brilliantly red pears, is being offered in 2017 in panes of 20.
Pears are among the most popular fruits in the world, and for good reason. These low-calorie treats provide a good source of fiber, potassium, and vitamin C. Great snacks eaten fresh out of hand, and perhaps over a sink so the juice drips there, pears can be poached, baked, sliced into salads, and star on a cheese plate.
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