Flower Patterns

Release Date:  07 May 2021




Date of Issue: 07 May 2021
Featured by Aurélie Baras From photographs of floral fabric coupons
© Mulhouse Etoffes Printing Museum
Dist. RMN-Grand-Palais / David Soyer
Print process: heliography 12 stamps per stamp book per book; self-stick
Colors: polychrome
Perforations: 11
Stamp size: 256 x 54 mm total dimensions
Press Run: 4,000,000
Face Value: €12.96

First Day of Issue Friday May 7, 2021 in Paris at Le Carré d’ink, from 10am to 5pm, 13 bis rue des Mathurins 75009 PARIS
Aurélie BARAS will host a signing session from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Friday, May 7 (subject to health developments).
General sale on Monday, May 10, 2021

Design #1: Gladiola

















































Design #2: Roses and Thrush


















































Design #2: Roses and Thrush


















































Design #3: Lilac



















































Design #4: Sunflowers and Anemones




















































Design #5: Roses





















































Design #6: Hortensias and Peonies






















































Design #7: Roses and Lilac























































Design #8: Tulips
























































Design #9: Roses

























































Design #10: Iris and Tulips


























































Design #11: Jacinthes and Crocuses



























































Design #12: Poppies




























































Booklet of 12


















































First Day Cancellation






















































The ones that illustrate these stamps were drawn and then printed on fabrics. The coupons are kept at the Mulhouse Cloth Printing Museum, like many other coupons, with various printing techniques and coming from the region and all countries of the world. The richness of this museum, both qualitative and quantitative, is its greatest strength. Preserving, restoring and enhancing this unique set is his daily task.

According to Phil@Poste’s press release








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