The Eid stamp commemorating Muslim holy days was reissued Friday, the Postal Service said.

The stamp, first issued in 2001, was released at the new 41-cent first class rate that took effect in May.

The stamp observes the two most important festivals in the Islamic calendar: Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha…

The image on the stamp contains calligraphy of the phrase “eid mubarak,” meaning “blessed festival” or “may your religious holiday be blessed.”

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BUY and USE the Eid stamp. The Postal Service produced 40 million 41-cent Eid stamps in sheets of 20 that are available for purchase at local Post Offices, online at, or by calling 800-STAMP-24.


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