U.S.Stamp on Lancaster County

The U.S. Postal Service showcases rural Pennsylvania’s Dutch country in its Scenic\"\" American Landscapes series with an international price stamp. The $1.05 Lancaster County, Pennsylvania stamp is being issued in self-adhesive sheets of 20 at a price of $21 a sheet.This stamp covers the First-Class Mail 1-ounce letter price for international mail to countries other than Mexico and Canada. “Known for its breathtaking rural scenery, agricultural bounty and small towns with evocative names like Bird-in-Hand and Paradise, Lancaster County is perhaps most famous as part of the Pennsylvania Dutch country,” said U.S. Postal Service Stamp Services Manager, Stephen Kearney.The Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, international price stamp is part of the Scenic American Landscapes series.

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