The Postal Service has announced two more additions to its 2020 stamp lineup.
Presorted Star, intended for use by business mailers, will be available in coils of 3,000 and 10,000. The stamp will feature an asymmetrical design that includes one large white star, two white and three red stripes, and a blue background with letters and three small stars in gold.
USPS will release the stamp Feb. 3. No national dedication ceremony is planned.
Chrysanthemum will be a Global Forever international rate stamp that can be used to mail a 1-ounce letter to any country where First-Class Mail International service is available.
The round stamp will feature a photograph of a pink chrysanthemum on a white background.
The stamp will be released April 24 and dedicated that day in Burlingame, CA. Additional details will be announced later.
The Postal Service announced several 2020 stamps in October, as well as new Priority Mail and Priority Mail Express stamps in December.