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The U.S. Postal Service celebrated the 12 months of the Dragon with the issuance of a 33-cent stamp on January 6, 2000, in San Francisco, California. Artist, Clarence Lee, of Honolulu, HI, created a distinctively trendy and Chinese language design with a paper-cut two dimensional look. Knowledgeable calligrapher, Lau Bun, wrote Kanji characters to state the title of every stamp on the left aspect. Kanji is a Japanese adaptation to Chinese language characters and will be learn by a wide range of Asian teams from differing nations and cultures. The dragon is the fifth of the 12 animals within the Chinese language zodiac related to the Lunar calendar. Individuals of Chinese language, Korean, Vietnamese, Tibetan, and Mongolian heritage have a good time the Lunar New 12 months.
New sheet of (20) stamps (catalog #3370) not bought by USPS. Plate #/place varies.
Options colourful picture of a Dragon and calligraphy with phrases Comfortable New 12 months!
Good present for followers of Chinese language tradition, and beginning years 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012. Appropriate for framing.
Nice for raffles, convention giveaways, fan golf equipment, fundraisers, souvenirs. Collectors merchandise.
Prime quality merchandise professionally packaged.