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Year of the Ox

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The Year of the Ox began February 12, 2021 and ended on January 31, 2022. The ox mask in the stamp design incorporates elements with symbolic meaning. Several of the patterns were created with the style of Asian textiles in mind as well as purple flowers that represent the arrival of spring, which Lunar New Year also signals in Chinese culture. The star in the center of the ox’s head references the celestial themes of the Chinese zodiac. The ox is the second of the 12 zodiac animal signs associated with the Chinese lunar calendar. Many ancient fables and legends explain the origin of the zodiac signs. The most common story tells of the animals racing across a river to determine their order in the cycle. The rat crossed by riding on the back of the ox, jumping ahead at the last minute to win the race, with the ox coming in second place. © 2022 United States Postal Service®. All Rights Reserved. Used with Permission

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Floor Price: $1.40
MARKET CAP: $12,443.20
Listings: 19 (0.21%)
In Circulation: 8,888
Editions Burnt: 0 (0%)
Release: 31/01/2022
Series: Lunar New Year Stamps
Licensor: United States Postal Service
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