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14/10/2019

 

HERE’S A CARD, MA TRUSTY FRIEN’

LET MA HAE ONE FRAE YA,

AN’ WE’LL KEEP OUR AULD

ACQUAINTANCE UP

NO MATTER WHERE WE BE!

By

DONALD McGILL

Unnamed Publisher

Ref; No. A 851

 

I have always liked the work of Donald McGill and I also like the post office red post boxes, so when I saw this design it was a no brainer. This ‘particular’ postcard was posted in 1915.

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARD

 

14/10/2019

 

THE SATURDAY EVENING POST

WITH CANDIDATE KENNEDY ON CAMPAIGN

OCTOBER 29, 1960

JOHN F. KENNEDY

By

NORMAN ROCKWELL

Published by

CLASSICO SAN FRANCISCO

Ref: 611-194

 

A nice political themed postcard from America. President John F. Kennedy is a very collectible President, almost certainly because of the circumstances around his death, which of course was by assassination. He features on many postcards, both prior to his death and after. This one here is a modern issue from the prolific postcard publisher Classico San Francisco.

 

 

12/10/2019

 

MOSCOW 1971

SPACE RELATED

RUSSIAN MAXI-CARD

Official Russian Maxi Card

 

ALEXEI ARKHIPOVICH LEONOV….. RIP

 

30TH May 1934 – 11TH October 2019

 

Soviet/Russian Cosmonaut and Air Force Major. In 1965 Leonov became the first man to conduct a spacewalk after leaving the capsule during the Voskhod 2 space mission. Leonov was outside the space craft for 12 minutes and 9 seconds. Leonov was awarded the ‘Hero of the Soviet Union’ distinction, twice. In 1975 (July) there was a docking between the American Apollo capsule and the Russian Soyuz capsule which lasted for two days. The Russian Soyuz capsule was commanded by Leonov. Leonov went on to be an accomplished artist. Leonov was a true hero of the Russian space program.

 

PHOTOGRAPH

Alexei Leonov

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARD

 

10/10/2019

There will be no posting tomorrow, Friday 11th, because I am travelling to Canterbury for the day with an overnight stay for our attendance at Saturday’s Canterbury Postcard/Collector’s Fair. Depending how tired I am when I get back Saturday, especially as I have another Fair at Billericay on Sunday, there may or may not be any posts Saturday or Sunday (I I suspect I will get in at least one post over the weekend, fingers crossed).

Posts will continue on our ‘facebook’ site, of course.

 

 

10/10/2019

 

AUSTRIA

POSTAL STATIONERY POST CARD

APOLLO 15

Added Overprint for special Apollo 15 cancellation

Official Postal Stationery Post Card

 

The special hand stamp used on this card shows the special Apollo 15 patch and is dated 30th July 1971. I liked this one and had to have it when I saw it.

 

10/10/2019

 

HULUK [Hulk]

KOMT IN DE

VERKEERDE BUURT

TERECHT!

Comes in the wrong area justly’ [Literal translation]

ACTIEWEEK TEGEN RACISME

14 T/M 21 MAART 1998

‘Action week against racism. 14 to 21 March 1998’

By

SHAMROCK, JEROEN KLAVER

Published by

BOOMERANG FREECARDS, AMSTERDAM

Ref: P05-98

 

I have a collection of ‘Smurf’ postcards, but this is the only one which depicts smurfs like this! It is an interesting idea to use the Hulk and Smurfs to illustrate racism, and it does make for a ‘really’ strange postcard.

 

10/10/2019

 

TARZAN

WALT DISNEY

3D POSTCARD

Official Walt Disney Item Produced for the food company:

NESTLE

Produced/Printed by

ADPAC

ELK GROVE, IL

MADE IN USA

 

I bought this one at a recent postcard fair, so I do not know its exact source, but it is similar in style and design to a set of ‘Monsters Inc’ 3D postcards which were attached to cereal boxes. Therefore, it is possible, if not even probable that this Tarzan card was given away with a Nestle cereal.

Staying on theme, sort of, and it is the reason why I have chosen to depict this card tonight, I have just finished reading the original book ‘Tarzan of the Apes’, written by Edgar Rice Burroughs in 1912. Considering I am such a fan of the Tarzan films and television series it is a bit of a surprise that I have never considered reading the original source material, but I came across a copy in a charity shop recently and thought, why not? To my surprise, I loved it, it’s a great read. I enjoyed it so much I immediately went on eBay and bought the second book in the series (The Return of Tarzan – 1913).

 

08/10/2019

POST CARD

O.H.M.S.

THE PUBLICITY DEPT.

Central Recruiting Depot

WHITEHALL,

S. W.

1915

Official Whitehall Department Recruiting Poster order return Post Card

 

A simple mint official post card form from 1915, so, for use during World War 1. I like the unusual and when I saw this, I thought it would be an interesting addition to my collection. I like the history behind this card, despite it being unused. This card may well have been designed to be used to order army recruiting posters, to put more soldiers through the front line in the Great War. Used cards would have been filed with the Whitehall department and thus would be unavailable, so mint copies like this may be the only copies collectors like me can access. Worth a thought.

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARD

 

08/10/2019

 

LOCKHEED L-1049 “SUPER H”

CONSTELLATION PP-YSA

A PASSENGER/FREIGHT CONVERTIBLE MODEL

Depicted in the colours of:

REAL AEROVIAS NACIONAL, S. A.

Just prior to the 1961 merger with VARIG, the Brazilian air carrier

Published by

AVIATION COLOR PHOTO (ACP)

Ref: ACPI/76/5

S-008

 

I have always liked the look of the Constellation’s and this is not the first time I have depicted a postcard of one.    

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARD

 

08/10/2019

SCHNUFFLER

‘Snoop’

By

GERHARD HADERER

Published by

INKOGNITO

Ref: 1427

 

During my time at work I had a number of friends on the police dog unit. For around 12 years I worked at a station where a dog unit was stationed so I got to work with both types of police dog, the Alsatian tracking dogs and the spaniel drug dogs. When I saw this card, it did make me laugh as we often used to say that the drug dogs seemed a little over excited and mad! They aren’t, their just dogs, and dogs yap and run around when they have been in the back of a police van for a while, but I do understand where the comedy element comes from here.

 

08/10/2019

UNTITLED

ROMANCE THEMED ARTWORK

Unnamed Publisher

Used in France 1904

 

Yet another typically French in style romance related art postcard from these early days of French ‘Je t’aime’ issues.

 

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08/10/2019

 

CHASTITY

IS BACK

IN STYLE

AIDS

Design by

ANN RUSNAK

Published by

ANN RUSNAK

Ref: NEWSVIEWS – 2

 

Now, let me start straight off by saying that I don’t think AIDS was anything worth making light of, which it may seem this card design does. AIDS in the US came to the attention of the public from 1981, but had been around much longer, but it was the publicity around the horrors of the then affects of AIDS which caused such consternation and worry, which thus lead to this design, which is quite subtle compared to some early ones I have seen.

Going back to the card design itself I should let you know that these were individually produced by way of a ‘Lino Cut’ process, i.e. a cut block of some sort which is inked and then pressed onto the card, more than one block when mixed colours are used as with this design.

 

08/10/2019

SPRINGFIELD

MISSOURI

POSTCARD & PAPER

SHOW & SALE

Design by

RICK GEARY

2006

Published by

JIM TAYLOR

 

Yes, another Rick Geary design, but I do like them. On a, ‘completely’ separate note, it always amuses me that there are real places in America called Springfield. Actually, as it happens, it seems to be a very common name, so maybe that’s why the creator of the Simpsons animated series picked that name for their home-town!

 

08/10/2019

ANGERS

QUARTIER D’ESPAGNE

Unknown French Publisher

 

One of the many romance themed early French postcards I picked up from a French antique postcard/stamp shop in Saintes early last year. This one has a nice drawn historic scene at the bottom with the traditional flowers, required for all ‘romantic’ postcard designs, and the lover torn male with his love letter in hand. This one is circa WW1 period.

 

08/10/2019

FAMOUS

PHANTASTICUS

MYSTERIES.

RADIO PLANET AND THE ANT MEN

LOOKING FOR THE…

LOST CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO

Published by

SAN FRANCISCO TIM

HISTORY WORTH REPEATING

 

I bought this unusual postcard, and the further two below, whilst in San Francisco last (and very nearly a full year ago, give or take a couple of weeks). I bought these at a bookshop in the dockside area close to where you can catch ferries across to other parts of the area across the water. I love unusual postcard designs, and these ‘definitely’ fit that bill.

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARD

 

ATTACK OF THE KILLER

CHIHUAHUA

SAN FRANCISCO

Published by

SAN FRANCISCO TIM

HISTORY WORTH REPEATING

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARD

 

AMAZING SCIENCE STORIES

SAN FRANCISCO TAKES A HIT!

SAN FRANCISCO

Published by

SAN FRANCISCO TIM

HISTORY WORTH REPEATING

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARD

 

08/10/2019

 

CHECKPOINT CHARLIE

1961

Photo by

PAWLOWSKI

Published by

KARTENEDITION PAWLOWSKI SOUVENIRS & POSTKARTEN BERLIN

Ref: Bestell-Nr.: 349

 

If you ever visit Berlin then you will struggle to avoid Checkpoint Charlie related items and souvenirs during your visit, especially postcards depicting both how Checkpoint Charlie looked then, but also how it looks today (which is extremely touristy, although the museum near the site of where Checkpoint Charlie was is a real gem of a museum which I highly recommend). This photograph here appears on several postcards either alone, like here, or on a multi-view postcard with other images. It is a bit of history, but a bit which affected many people who are still alive today.

 

08/10/2019

DIESER BLICK

VERKUPPELT

SIE MIT

BERLIN

[I am having issues translating this text – it seems to have something to do with the view from here]

BERLINER DOM

Photo by

MAREN GLOCKNER

Official ‘Berliner Dom’ postcard

 

On my first visit to Berlin this year I had the opportunity (having paid for my entry) to climb the many, many steps up to the walkway around the base of the dome on top of this well-known Berlin attraction and tourist landmark. I therefore got to stand at the very point that this photograph was taken. As I result, I could not resist picking up this souvenir postcard.

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARD

 

07/10/2019

POST & TALK – NEW ZEALAND

POSTCARD AND TELEPHONE CARD COMBINATIONS

 

POST & TALK

KIWI CATS

COLLECTORS EDITION

KIWI CARD

New Zealand’s Rechargeable Telephone Card

Official ‘POST & TALK Kiwi Card – Telephone card Postcard

Ref: RSPCA01: KiwiCats

 

TOP

Mint postcard with attached Kiwi rechargeable telephone card and 30% off all calls card.

BOTTOM

Card first day used with special POST & TALK pictorial cat stamp label and attached advertising labels for Post & Talk. This has two different special cachets:

1 – FIRST DAY RELEASE – POST & TALK – LIMITED EDITION

2 – FIRST DAY OF RELEASE – SPCA – 3 JULY 1996

The postcard also has a New Zealand postage stamp applied – 40c Kete (basket) – which has been cancelled with an AUCKLAND N. Z. cancellation date stamp dated 3rd July 1996.

Try and imagine, difficult for some of a certain young age I know, a time before mobile telephones were in the hands of everyone. Back then telephone cards were very common, and most people carried one for use in all the numerus telephone boxes located everywhere (most are now used for other things – I have seen defibrillators in a number recently). Here on this postcard you have an attached telephone card which has the same front image as the postcard its is attached to. I bought these cards back in 1996 and they were not cheap, but they are unusual, and I love unusual postcard combinations.

Depicted below are the other cards from this cat set.

 

 

POST & TALK

KIWI CATS

COLLECTORS EDITION

KIWI CARDS

New Zealand’s Rechargeable Telephone Card

SET IN SPECIAL PACKAGE

LIMITED EDITION OF 500

 

 

POST & TALK

KIWI CATS

COLLECTORS EDITION

KIWI CARD

New Zealand’s Rechargeable Telephone Card

Official ‘POST & TALK Kiwi Card – Telephone card Postcard

Ref: RSPCA02: KiwiCats

 

TOP – MINT POSTCARD AND TELEPHONE CARD COMBINATION

BOTTOM – AS ABOVE CANCELLED:  

1 – FIRST DAY RELEASE – POST & TALK – LIMITED EDITION

2 – FIRST DAY OF RELEASE – SPCA – 3 JULY 1996

The postcard also has a New Zealand postage stamp applied – 40c Kete (basket) – which has been cancelled with an AUCKLAND N. Z. cancellation date stamp dated 3rd July 1996.

 

 

POST & TALK

KIWI CATS

COLLECTORS EDITION

KIWI CARD

New Zealand’s Rechargeable Telephone Card

Official ‘POST & TALK Kiwi Card – Telephone card Postcard

Ref: RSPCA03: KiwiCats

 

TOP – MINT POSTCARD AND TELEPHONE CARD COMBINATION

BOTTOM – AS ABOVE CANCELLED:  

1 – FIRST DAY RELEASE – POST & TALK – LIMITED EDITION

2 – FIRST DAY OF RELEASE – SPCA – 3 JULY 1996

The postcard also has a New Zealand postage stamp applied – 40c Kete (basket) – which has been cancelled with an AUCKLAND N. Z. cancellation date stamp dated 3rd July 1996.

 

 

POST & TALK

KIWI CATS

COLLECTORS EDITION

KIWI CARD

New Zealand’s Rechargeable Telephone Card

Official ‘POST & TALK Kiwi Card – Telephone card Postcard

Ref: RSPCA04: KiwiCats

 

TOP – MINT POSTCARD AND TELEPHONE CARD COMBINATION

BOTTOM – AS ABOVE CANCELLED:  

1 – FIRST DAY RELEASE – POST & TALK – LIMITED EDITION

2 – FIRST DAY OF RELEASE – SPCA – 3 JULY 1996

The postcard also has a New Zealand postage stamp applied – 40c Kete (basket) – which has been cancelled with an AUCKLAND N. Z. cancellation date stamp dated 3rd July 1996.

 

 

POST & TALK

KIWI CATS

COLLECTORS EDITION

KIWI CARD

New Zealand’s Rechargeable Telephone Card

Official ‘POST & TALK Kiwi Card – Telephone card Postcard

Ref: RSPCA05: KiwiCats

 

TOP – MINT POSTCARD AND TELEPHONE CARD COMBINATION

BOTTOM – AS ABOVE CANCELLED:  

1 – FIRST DAY RELEASE – POST & TALK – LIMITED EDITION

2 – FIRST DAY OF RELEASE – SPCA – 3 JULY 1996

The postcard also has a New Zealand postage stamp applied – 40c Kete (basket) – which has been cancelled with an AUCKLAND N. Z. cancellation date stamp dated 3rd July 1996.

 

 

TOP

POST & TALK

BIRDS

ROYAL ALBATROSS

KIWI CARD

New Zealand’s Rechargeable Telephone Card

Official ‘POST & TALK Kiwi Card – Telephone card Postcard

 

BOTTOM

POST & TALK

BIRDS

KIWI

KIWI CARD

New Zealand’s Rechargeable Telephone Card

Official ‘POST & TALK Kiwi Card – Telephone card Postcard

 

At the same time as I obtained the above ‘Cat’ set I also got a set of four bird related cards in this unusual telephone card combination

 

 

REVERSE SIDES OF THE ABOVE TWO COMBINATION TELEPHONE CARD POSTCARDS

I have noticed, and I did so at the time I received these that some of the backs of the telephone cards and 30% off cards are of a different colour. Some (all of the above cat ones, for instance) have a white colour whilst others have an off-white (almost a dull yellow).

 

 

TOP

POST & TALK

BIRDS

WHITE HERON

(Here we would call this an Egret)

KIWI CARD

New Zealand’s Rechargeable Telephone Card

Official ‘POST & TALK Kiwi Card – Telephone card Postcard

 

BOTTOM

POST & TALK

BIRDS

KEA

KIWI CARD

New Zealand’s Rechargeable Telephone Card

Official ‘POST & TALK Kiwi Card – Telephone card Postcard

 

 

REVERSE SIDES OF TWO COPIES OF THE ‘KEA’ COMBINATION TELEPHONE CARD POSTCARDS

TOP: Usual mint version of the Kea combination telephone and postcard card

BOTTOM: SAMPLE copy of another Kea combination card in my collection. This has a special ‘SAMPLE – NOT FOR RELEASE – POST & TALK’ cachet applied. Also, if you check out the back of the telephone card here you will see it does not have an authentication number applied (the top one does)

 

 

TOP

POST & TALK

NEW ZEALAND LANDSCAPES

RURAL SOUTH ISLAND

KIWI CARD

New Zealand’s Rechargeable Telephone Card

Official ‘POST & TALK Kiwi Card – Telephone card Postcard

 

BOTTOM

POST & TALK

NEW ZEALAND LANDSCAPES

MOUNT RUAPEHU AT PEACE

KIWI CARD

New Zealand’s Rechargeable Telephone Card

Official ‘POST & TALK Kiwi Card – Telephone card Postcard

 

Here we have the first two cards of yet another set of these combination cards

 

 

TOP

POST & TALK

NEW ZEALAND LANDSCAPES

MOUNT COOK

KIWI CARD

New Zealand’s Rechargeable Telephone Card

Official ‘POST & TALK Kiwi Card – Telephone card Postcard

 

BOTTOM

POST & TALK

NEW ZEALAND LANDSCAPES

WETLANDS

KIWI CARD

New Zealand’s Rechargeable Telephone Card

Official ‘POST & TALK Kiwi Card – Telephone card Postcard

 

 

TOP

POST & TALK

NEW ZEALAND LANDSCAPES

RUAPEHU IN ERUPTION

KIWI CARD

New Zealand’s Rechargeable Telephone Card

Official ‘POST & TALK Kiwi Card – Telephone card Postcard

 

BOTTOM

POST & TALK

RAINBOW’S END

THEME PARK SPECIAL CARD

KIWI CARD

New Zealand’s Rechargeable Telephone Card

Official ‘POST & TALK Kiwi Card – Telephone card Postcard

This bottom card is a single release which has the normal telephone card attached at right, but the second card is something different as it is a ‘Treat Card’, which means that anyone attending this theme park and handing over this little detachable card will receive a “SPECIAL TREAT”.

 

 

REVERSE SIDES OF THE ABOVE TWO COMBINATION TELEPHONE CARD POSTCARDS

TOP: Mint reverse side of the NEW ZEALAND LANDSCAPE card

BOTTOM: Reverse side of the Rainbow’s End Thee Park combination card used with Cinderella labels exclusive to POST & TALK which have been cancelled with two special cachets with a third cachet away from the labels:

1) FIRST DAY RELEASE – POST & TALK – LIMITED EDITION

2) FIRST DAY RELEASE – AUCKLAND – CITY OF SAILS – 3 JULY 1996

3) NOT FOR RESALE – POST & TALK – SAMPLE ONLY

This was an interesting card which was obtained for me by a relative of a friend of mine from the stamp club (now sadly no longer with us). These came from the official source; Post & Talk.

 

 

POST & TALK

NEW ZEALAND ICONS

COLLECTORS EDITION

KIWI CARDS

New Zealand’s Rechargeable Telephone Card

SET IN SPECIAL PACKAGE

LIMITED EDITION OF 500

 

 

 

TOP

POST & TALK

NEW ZEALAND ICONS

MAORI HAKA

KIWI CARD

New Zealand’s Rechargeable Telephone Card

Official ‘POST & TALK Kiwi Card – Telephone card Postcard

 

BOTTOM

POST & TALK

NEW ZEALAND ICONS

MAORI WARRIOR

KIWI CARD

New Zealand’s Rechargeable Telephone Card

Official ‘POST & TALK Kiwi Card – Telephone card Postcard

 

These are the first two cards in what was the largest set of these cards I bought. Like the special cat set which started off this posting these are limited to just 500 special used first day cards.

 

 

REVERSE SIDES OF THE ABOVE TWO COMBINATION TELEPHONE CARD POSTCARDS

These two cards each have a special strip of labels, one of which depicts the same image as on the front of the postcard and the telephone card. These labels have been cancelled with two cachets:

1) FIRST DAY RELEASE – NEW ZEALAND ICONS – 7 DECEMBER 1996

2) FIRST DAY RELEASE – POST & TALK – LIMITED EDITION

There is also a New Zealand postage stamp - 40c Mitre Peak – applied top right of the postcard which has been cancelled with an AUCKLAND N. Z. cancellation dated 7th December 1996.

 

 

TOP

POST & TALK

NEW ZEALAND ICONS

DOLPHINS

KIWI CARD

New Zealand’s Rechargeable Telephone Card

Official ‘POST & TALK Kiwi Card – Telephone card Postcard

 

BOTTOM

POST & TALK

NEW ZEALAND ICONS

SHEEP ON THE HILLS

KIWI CARD

New Zealand’s Rechargeable Telephone Card

Official ‘POST & TALK Kiwi Card – Telephone card Postcard

 

 

REVERSE SIDES OF THE ABOVE TWO COMBINATION TELEPHONE CARD POSTCARDS

These two cards each have a special strip of labels, one of which depicts the same image as on the front of the postcard and the telephone card. These labels have been cancelled with two cachets:

1) FIRST DAY RELEASE – NEW ZEALAND ICONS – 7 DECEMBER 1996

2) FIRST DAY RELEASE – POST & TALK – LIMITED EDITION

There is also a New Zealand postage stamp - 40c Mitre Peak – applied top right of the postcard which has been cancelled with an AUCKLAND N. Z. cancellation dated 7th December 1996.

 

 

TOP

POST & TALK

NEW ZEALAND ICONS

KAIKOURA WHALES

KIWI CARD

New Zealand’s Rechargeable Telephone Card

Official ‘POST & TALK Kiwi Card – Telephone card Postcard

 

BOTTOM

POST & TALK

NEW ZEALAND ICONS

POHUTUKAWA BLOSSOM

KIWI CARD

New Zealand’s Rechargeable Telephone Card

Official ‘POST & TALK Kiwi Card – Telephone card Postcard

 

 

REVERSE SIDES OF THE ABOVE TWO COMBINATION TELEPHONE CARD POSTCARDS

These two cards each have a special strip of labels, one of which depicts the same image as on the front of the postcard and the telephone card. These labels have been cancelled with two cachets:

1) FIRST DAY RELEASE – NEW ZEALAND ICONS – 7 DECEMBER 1996

2) FIRST DAY RELEASE – POST & TALK – LIMITED EDITION

There is also a New Zealand postage stamp - 40c Mitre Peak – applied top right of the postcard which has been cancelled with an AUCKLAND N. Z. cancellation dated 7th December 1996.

 

 

TOP

POST & TALK

NEW ZEALAND ICONS

SPRING LAMBS

KIWI CARD

New Zealand’s Rechargeable Telephone Card

Official ‘POST & TALK Kiwi Card – Telephone card Postcard

 

BOTTOM

POST & TALK

NEW ZEALAND ICONS

KOWHAI FLOWERS

KIWI CARD

New Zealand’s Rechargeable Telephone Card

Official ‘POST & TALK Kiwi Card – Telephone card Postcard

 

 

REVERSE SIDES OF THE ABOVE TWO COMBINATION TELEPHONE CARD POSTCARDS

These two cards each have a special strip of labels, one of which depicts the same image as on the front of the postcard and the telephone card. These labels have been cancelled with two cachets:

1) FIRST DAY RELEASE – NEW ZEALAND ICONS – 7 DECEMBER 1996

2) FIRST DAY RELEASE – POST & TALK – LIMITED EDITION

There is also a New Zealand postage stamp - 40c Mitre Peak – applied top right of the postcard which has been cancelled with an AUCKLAND N. Z. cancellation dated 7th December 1996.

 

 

TOP

POST & TALK

NEW ZEALAND ICONS

WELLINGTON

KIWI CARD

New Zealand’s Rechargeable Telephone Card

Official ‘POST & TALK Kiwi Card – Telephone card Postcard

 

BOTTOM

POST & TALK

NEW ZEALAND ICONS

AUCKLAND CITY

KIWI CARD

New Zealand’s Rechargeable Telephone Card

Official ‘POST & TALK Kiwi Card – Telephone card Postcard

 

 

REVERSE SIDES OF THE ABOVE TWO COMBINATION TELEPHONE CARD POSTCARDS

These two cards each have a special strip of labels, one of which depicts the same image as on the front of the postcard and the telephone card. These labels have been cancelled with two cachets:

1) FIRST DAY RELEASE – NEW ZEALAND ICONS – 7 DECEMBER 1996

2) FIRST DAY RELEASE – POST & TALK – LIMITED EDITION

There is also a New Zealand postage stamp - 40c Mitre Peak – applied top right of the postcard which has been cancelled with an AUCKLAND N. Z. cancellation dated 7th December 1996.

 

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