first-day cover


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first-day cover

Philately a cover, usually an envelope, postmarked on the first day of the issue of its stamps
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The stamp, first-day cover and data card would be sold from Philatelic Bureau of Dhaka GPO and those would be available at other GPOs and head post offices across the country later.
Your first-day cover is likely to be worth PS500 to PS600.
Among the items which far exceeded pre-sale estimates was a rare first-day cover, bearing a Penny Black, which sold for pounds 23,000.
The premier released the stamps and the first-day cover of Taka 10 and the data card of Taka 5 at her official Ganabhaban residence here this afternoon.
Information about the massive red sandstone ruin, which was built over 400 years starting in the 12th century, will also be contained inside the first-day cover - an envelope with stamps postmarked on their first day of issue.
The set comprises two stamps, each of a denomination of Dh3, along with a souvenir sheet of 40mmX40mm, priced at Dh15, a First-day cover priced at Dh7 and a First-day cover of the souvenir sheet, priced at Dh16.
ANTHEMION Auctions' fine art sale in Cardiff on February 20 is to offer an incredible selection of stamps, first-day covers, and rare philatelic ephemera, much of which is specific to Wales.
Number or first-day covers of Michigan s centennial postage stamp, mailed from Lansing (1935)
produced engraved stationery for businesses, first-day covers for stamp collecting and other products, garnering a national reputation.
Also included in the prize is the first-day covers of the Screamadelica stamp, a DVD of Primal Scream's Riot City Blues Tour and a framed Screamadelica poster.
With insurance companies unwilling to cover their treacherous venture, and aware that government compensation in the event of their demise could be modest, Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins dreamed up an idea for securing their loved ones' futures: autographed first-day covers.