THIS IS A PANE OF 16 STAMPS AS PICTURED. ~ In 2003 the USPS issued the tenth diamond shaped stamp.
President George Washington chose the site for the nation's capital and hired the French military engineer Pierre Charles L'Enfant to design it. Like the original area chosen for the capital city, the District of Columbia stamp is diamond-shaped. A detail from Pierre Charles L'Enfant's 1791 plan appears on the stamp, as well as row houses from the historic Shaw neighborhood, blossoms from cherry trees Japan presented to Washington in 1912, and famous national sites like the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument.
District of Columbia stamps
Washington DC - Cherry Blossoms US 37c stamps
Scott # 3813
Mint Never Hinged US Stamps
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