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Carolers perform at the Holiday Windows stamp dedication ceremony in New York City.

The Postal Service released the Holiday Windows stamps Oct. 6.

“These new stamps will help people celebrate the holidays with style. Whether applied to letters, cards or packages, they will welcome recipients with greetings and good cheer,” said Chief Financial Officer Joseph Corbett, who helped dedicate the stamps at an American Stamp Dealers’ Association show in New York City.

The stamps showcase four designs: a single burning candle on a window sill, a star ornament hanging in a window, a brightly lit indoor Christmas tree, and a snow-covered wreath hanging in front of a frosted window.

“It’s our hope that these inviting stamps will help customers connect with the festive spirit of the season,” Corbett said.

The Holiday Windows stamps are sold in booklets of 20. Each design is repeated five times.

The stamps are available at Post Offices and The Oct. 6 news release has additional information.