The French side that lost 7-8 to the All Blacks in last Sunday's World Cup Final are to be commemorated on a stamp issued by the French postal service La Poste.
The stamp will be oval-shaped like a rugby ball and inscribed with 'Bravo and thank you' in order to salute the exploits of the French team at the World Cup.
"We have issued this stamp to celebrate the remarkable campaign of the French team at the World Cup. They went all the way to the final, which is a superb achievement," said a spokesman for La Poste.
La Poste is to issue 1.8 million of the stamps at a cost of 60 euro cents (84 US cents) apiece - the price of a normal stamp - and they will be available through either their internet site or in post offices around the country.
It is not the first time that La Poste has issued a special series of stamps for sports events.
La Poste released commemorative stamps for the 2007 rugby World Cup, which was mainly hosted by France, and the 1998 football World Cup, which also took place on home soil and which France won.
Gilbert has released a new line of rugby cleats. The Gilbert Virtuo 8S is part of the exciting new product. Check it out.
The entire All Blacks apparel line has been updated for 2013/14. Check out the New Zealand All Blacks polo.
The Nike Tiempo is a solid rugby cleat and one of few styles still made from full-grain natural leather.
The Gilbert Blitz 8S rugby cleat is a great cleat at a great price of $69.99. Get a new pair of cleats today.
A cool looking all black rugby cleat with the high performance adidas is known for. Get in the Gear!
Wear the crest of the British and Irish Lions on your t-shirt. A great look for the summer.
The All Blacks Performance t-shirt is black with hints of blue from the training jersey. Very Cool.
The New Zealand All Blacks training jersey for 2013/14. Get in the Gear!
The USA Rugby Pro Alternate rugby jersey is perfect for any fan of the Eagles. Get yours to wear during the summer Test matches.
The NEW All Blacks 2013/14 jersey has arrived at World Rugby Shop. Dare to wear the colors of the All Blacks.