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Montana Bitterroot Postage

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Montana Bitterroot Postage
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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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Montana Bitterroot Postage
Long before explorers Lewis and Clark wrote about the beautiful purplish-pink flower of the bitterroot, Native Americans were using its roots for food and trade. Tribes dug up the roots and dried them so they could be kept and used for months. The root was too bitter to eat unless it was cooked, and it was usually mixed with berries or meat. An Indian story tells how the bitterroot came to be. It says the sun heard a mother crying because she couldn't find food for her family. The sun changed her tears into the bitterroot so she would always have food for her children. You can find the bitterroot growing near the mountains and boulders of western Montana in spring and summer. Mice love its leaves and seeds.
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