US :Stamps on Weather Vanes

\"\"The U.S. Postal Service  issued the 45-cent WeatherVanesFirst-Class Mail stamps in five designs available in pressure-sensitive adhesive coils of 3,000 and 10,000. Each of the five designs features a photograph of eye-catching 19th century weather vanes made in the United States. All the weather vanes featured are part of Shelburne Museum’s collection:  a cow, an eagle, two roosters and a centaur. Sally Anderson-Bruce of New Milford, CT, photographed the weather vanes under the art direction of Derry Noyes of Washington, DC.

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