Whoopsie - USPS Uses Wrong Statue of Liberty on Stamp

The USPS accidentally used a picture of a replica Statue of Liberty that stands in front of the Las Vegas New York-New York hotel, instead of the one in New York Harbor on its new forever Liberty Stamp.

Linn's Stamp News first broke the story. You can read it the entire article here.

The face on the stamp has different hair and the eyes are more sharply defined. The stamp was issued in December 2010.

Red-faced USPS officials say they regret the mistake and will try to prevent such errors in the future.
The new USPS Liberty Stamp
 is actually a photo of a Las
 Vegas replica.

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