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Show and Tell Jul 2003
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(July 2003) The San Francisco Division of the USPS issued a philatelic panel in 1987 for the first day of the 22-cent Love stamp. The panel was also designed to promote INTELPOST, a USPS service that let anyone send a facsimile transmission to various foreign countries. (A copy of a letter or document could therefore be electronically "mailed" directly to the foreign address.) The item below is a mint specimen (not used for transmission), sold for $3.50 in the first day city and by mail; it was also possible to write a message and have it sent for an additional $10 (the panel would be returned to the sender with a second cancellation on the actual date of transmission.) After an initial limit of five panels was lifted, collectors were invited to purchase as many as they wanted.