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Camellia Japonica Postage

$24.95

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$0.49 (1st Class Letter, 1oz)
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Size: Large, 2.5" x 1.5"

Make each letter a special delivery with a sheet of Zazzle Custom Stamps! Put a personal touch on your mail, or share this useful gift with friends and family. Zazzle’s large custom postage are especially perfect for standard letters and larger envelopes.

  • Dimensions:
    • Landscape - Postage: 2.5"l x 1.5"w; Image: 1.7"l x 1.2"w
    • Portrait - Postage: 1.5"l x 2.5"w; Image: 1.2"l x 1.7"w
  • Image aspect ratio: 5 x 7
  • 20 Zazzle Custom Stamps per sheet
  • Choose from twelve postage denominations:

    $0.34: Post Card
    $0.49: 1st Class Letter, 1 oz
    $0.70: 1st Class Letter, 2 oz or 1 oz odd
    $0.91: 1st Class Letter, 3 oz or 2 oz odd
    $0.98: 1st Class Large Envelope, 1 oz
    $1.12: 1st Class Letter, 3 oz odd
    $1.19: 1st Class Large Envelope, 2 oz
    $1.40: 1st Class Large Envelope, 3 oz
    $1.61: 1st Class Large Envelope, 4 oz
    $1.82: 1st Class Large Envelope, 5 oz
    $2.03: 1st Class Large Envelope, 6 oz
    $6.45: Priority (up to 16 oz)
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Disclaimer: The rates and services provided above serve as a general guide. Please consult with your local Post Office™ for the exact rates needed for your mail.

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Camellia Japonica Postage
Camellia (Tsubaki in Japanese) is a genus of flowering plants in the family Theaceae, native to eastern and southern Asia from the Himalaya east to Japan and Indonesia. There is some controversy over the number of existent species, with anything from 100–250 species being accepted. The genus was named by Linnaeus after Fr. Georg Joseph Kamel S.J., a Jesuit botanist.
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