This fine rose, while not strictly new, having been sent out five years ago, has created some attention from its having been grown in considerable quantities by a celebrated New York rose grower, for the cut-flower market of New York....In color it is of the Bennett class, or deep crimson, resembling in foliage the Duchess of Edinburg, from which it originated.
Easy. This stamp looks difficult because it is composed of so many lines, but it is very, very easy to use and consistently get a good image.
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