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Show and Tell Mar 2004
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(March 2004)  The Republic of Palau, a former US Trust Territory, started issuing philatelic pages with their first issue as a Republic . Pages are 8.5x11", on a slightly thinner stock than US Commemorative Panels, and are issued titled "Palauan Commemoratives" or "Palauan Definitives". Like the current US Panels, they are not engraved. Initially, the pages were numbered; later issues were not, and some have stamp production data similar to data found on US Souvenir Pages! These pages should be very desirable for US page collectors; Palau commemorates their own history and culture, but often with a tie-in to the US.  The first postal issue, for example, commemorated the Palau-US Postal Agreement and the Inauguration of the Palau Postal Service; Palau and US flags were featured in the corners of the stamps. There have been issues for the 20th Anniversary of Apollo 11, Haruo I. Remeliik, their first President (showing Ronald Reagan as well), and WWII in the Pacific Theater, in the same format as US WWII sheets. We will provide more information on our International Philatelic Pages web page as we research these items; any collectors with knowledge of these pages are invited to contact the webmaster.