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There was a time in the early 1900s, beginning with Dole's Hawaiian Pineapple Company, that Hawaii was a top producer of pineapple in the world. The market loved commercially produced and canned Hawaiian-grown pineapples. And even though exporters decided it was cheaper to produce pineapples elsewhere since the 1980s, many still consider pineapple synonymous with Hawaii. This stamp image depicts the old Dole Cannery pineapple water tank used for the cannery's fire-prevention sprinkler system.

This natural rubber stamp is mounted on a sustainable maple wood handle.

Approximate image size: 1.25" x 3.25"

Sample cards pictured also use the New AlohaRetro Border, Large Ukulele GirlAloha TowerPlantation HouseOld Waikiki MapHawaiiAloha Hibiscus Cancellation 1939 and Postcard Stamp 1940 stamps.