Kimberley Brennan Rowing Women's Single Sculls sheetlet of 10
Kim Brennan’s gold medal performance has been recognised with the production of her own gold medallist stamp following her victory in the women’s single sculls at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.Read more
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Kim Brennan’s gold medal performance has been recognised with the production of her own gold medallist stamp following her victory in the women’s single sculls at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Brennan features on the 66th gold medallist stamp since the program began at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.
Australia Post began its gold medallist instant stamp program with the Sydney Olympic Games, in 2000. To continue that tradition, and to celebrate each Australian gold medal performance at Rio, Australia Post will produce a gold medallist stamp in a sheetlet of 10 for each win. The stamp designs will feature the athletes at the medal ceremony.
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- Issue date: tbc
- Issue withdrawal date: 28 February 2016
- FDI withdrawal date: n/a
- Denominations: 1 x $1 (in sheets of 10)
- Stamp template design: John White
- Product design: John White
- Printer: EGO
- Paper gummed: Tullis Russell 104gsm Blue PVA/ Red Phosphor
- Printing process: Lithography
- Stamp size: 35mm x 35mm
- Sheetlet size: 148mm x 210mm
- Perforations: 14.28 x 14.28
- Sheet layout: Sheetlets of 10
- FDI postmark: No national FDI postmark
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