The U.S. Postal Service will begin selling its Cherry Blossom Centennial stamps — featuring the famous pink and white blooms — this Saturday to commemorate the trees’ 100th anniversary in the nation’s capital.
The left stamp features two girls dressed in bright kimonos and a family, with the Washington Monument in the background.
The right stamp depicts a group of ubiquitous D.C. tourists and the Jefferson Memorial.
This is the third time in the last 100 years that the stamp design has been based on the blossom.
The stamps will be dedicated and available for purchase on Saturday.
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