The US Postal Service printed the wrong Statue of Libery on their stamps, and it's going to cost them 3.5 million

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The US Postal Service printed Forever stamps with the wrong Lady Liberty.

Instead of the Lady Libery in New York on Ellis Island, the USPS printed Lady Liberty in Las Vegas.

The Las Vegas replica is located at the New York New York casino hotel.

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.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 5 science facts that 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' totally ignoredSee Also:23 facts about Disneyland even die-hard park fans don't knowKourtney Kardashian shut down a follower who tried to mom-shame her for posting a bikini photo while on vacationThe 8 cutest eats offered at Tokyo Disneyland

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