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Show and Tell Feb 2004
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(February 2004)  Varieties make Page and Panel collecting interesting. Whether it's the order or placement of the stamps, a machine or hand cancel, a watermark or something totally unexpected, it's collectible.

This month we've discovered a new variety to the 81-3 Stamp Poster for the 10-cent Battle of Cowpens postal card, one with a small "Benjamin Franklin Stamp Club" logo printed on the bottom. The logo was actually printed on the Poster, not stamped on.   We already knew that five other Posters from the early 80's were produced with the  logo, and all but one of them were stationery item Stamp Posters (some issues have a small logo, some have a large logo):  80-11 (Cycling envelope, large), 80-25 (Indian Masks sheet stamp, small), 80-28 (Honeybee envelope, small), 80-35 (Tourism aerogramme, large) and 81-1 (First Trans-Pacific Flight postal card, large).Very little is know about these Posters. What was their purpose, who asked for them, why were mostly stationery Posters overprinted? If anyone has any information, please contact the webmaster.