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Trees (1977-79)
Updated Jan 5/02


 Low-value Wildflowers


The "Trees" (actually depicting tree leaves), issued between 1977 and 1979 produced only 5 varieties from the 5 face different values - this is the simplest group of similar definitive designs issued in the past 25 years (or more)!.

Actually, the design is similar in nature to the low-value Wildflowers, except that the Trees are a larger-sized stamp - both groups of stamps share the same background style with single-outlined border and style of print for the value and inscription.

All values were printed by the British American Bank Note Company in panes of 50. Top


  13 1/3
15c Trembling Aspen Aug 8/77
20c Douglas Fir Aug 8/77
25c Sugar Maple Aug 8/77
30c Red Oak Mar 7/78
35c Eastern White Pine Mar 8/79

The date shown is the date of issue of that specific variety. A "blank" means the item does not exist. Top

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