The Postal Service Accidentally Used a Photo of the Statue of Liberty in Vegas, to cost $3.5 million

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  1. Calliers

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    Everyone makes mistakes. Even, it seems, the United States Post Office.

    This mistake, however, is a bit more costly than misplacing one of your packages. It turns out, the Statue of Liberty Forever stamps released by the U.S.P.S. in 2010 don’t actually show New York's Lady Liberty, and it’s costing the organization $3.5 million.

    So, who is this faux Lady Liberty? She’s not too far off, depending on who you ask. She’s actually the Statue of Liberty replica at the New York New York casino hotel in Las Vegas.
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