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Show and Tell Jan 2003
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(January 2003)  Since Stamp Posters were designed to advertise all new issues, they were printed for postal cards and stamped envelopes as well as for stamps. The best examples are those where the card or envelope was affixed to the Stamp Poster and then first-day-cancelled with the cancellation tieing the card or envelope to the Poster itself. This is an example of one of those Posters; note the exceptional positioning also, so that the top part of the Poster illustration and much of the text is still visible. Other collectors simply affixed the first-day-cancelled card or envelope to the Stamp Poster as an afterthought; while interesting to view, they are not as desirable.