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In Flanders Fields poem: Permanent™ Domestic Stamps – Booklet of 10

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Mark the 100th anniversary of the most popular war-time poem. “In Flanders Fields” was first published in December 1915 and was written by Canadian-born Lt. Colonel John McCrae, a brigade-surgeon, during World War I. A tribute to his lost comrade and war heroes worldwide, the booklet features the first 5 hand-scripted lines of the poem. On the stamp is a soldier’s silhouette set against a bright, red poppy and rows of crosses. The poppy became a symbol of the sacrifices made by those who fought in the war. “In Flanders Fields” continues to be recited at Remembrance Day ceremonies around the world. This is a beautiful addition to any Canadiana, floral or historical collection.
  • Issue date: May 3rd, 2015
  • Stamp designer: q30 design inc.
  • Stamp value: Permanent™ (domestic rate)
  • Number of stamps included: 10
  • Quantity Produced: 400,000
  • Dimensions: 40mm x 32mm

The Poppy, when used as s symbol of Remembrance in Canada, is a registered trademark of Dominion Command of the Royal Canadian Legion and is used with the kind permission of Dominion Command.

Product # 413980111 - $8.50


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