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2005 Disney stamps "Celebration"


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  • 2005 Disney stamps "Celebration"

    Hello, does anybody know what the new stamps look like for 2005? I know they will be released on 6/15/05, but I just wanted a sneek peek. The USPS site had no images posted.


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    The U.S. Postal Service honors the "art" of celebration as portrayed by Walt Disney and his studio animators in August through four festive stamps:
    *Mickey Mouse holds a birthday cake just beyond the reach of his eager pal Pluto.
    *Alice has a tea party in Wonderland with the Mad Hatter.
    *The Little Mermaid Ariel, plays music for Flounder, her undersea friend in the third.
    *And in the fourth stamp, Snow White and Dopey do a lighthearted dance.
    This is the second stamp pane featuring the art of Disney to be issued by the U.S. Postal Service; the first was on the theme of friendship (stamp designs not finalized).


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