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Old 02-06-2024, 05:05 PM
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Thai stamps: 1) Southeast Asia version of the Ramayana 2) Muy Thai 3) Life of the Buddha 4) Royal boat parade
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More Thai stamps: 1) Kings 60th birthday 2) 50 years as king 3) Thai folklore 4) Historical Hindu temples, some part of Angkor Wat civilization...I visited the temple second from bottom.
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Those pages are really wonderful. Are they made by their post office?
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Those pages are really wonderful. Are they made by their post office?
I'm not sure who made the collector versions. When I bought stamps from dealers and collectors, I had the option to buy the nice artistic display. They also had envelopes with the first day cancelation stamp. They were usually set up in front of the post office. When I bought stamps direct from the post office, they were in standard sheets. It may be possible that a larger post office sold collector versions. I was usually in rural towns with smaller offices.

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Some are issued by the Post Office as they are souvenir sheets. The top one (in the second post directly above, with eight stamps (circles to the right on the stamps) are Scott catalog # 1197-1204 stamps as a souvenir sheet and is valued at about $35.00 mint unhinged. I did not look for the others yet.
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Attic find 1950s pre printed 2 & 3 cent postal cards except for the bottom 2
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I have a small pile of those red Franklin postal cards. The catalog value is about 0.35 each but are not really worth anything. Think of it this way, a 1987 Topps common books at maybe 0.15? But what can you really get for one.
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I have a small pile of those red Franklin postal cards. The catalog value is about 0.35 each but are not really worth anything. Think of it this way, a 1987 Topps common books at maybe 0.15? But what can you really get for one.
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They are a dime for a dozen as for value not much
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