Pictorial Love themed envelope
The Love (2017) blank cover is a pictorial envelope that can be used to send a personal letter or to make your own souvenir cover of the stamp issue.Read more
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The Love (2017) blank cover is a pictorial envelope that can be used to send a personal letter or to make your own souvenir cover of the stamp issue.
The heart and the red rose have long been symbols of steadfastness and devotion. The 13th century French poem Roman de la Rose identified the rose with romantic passion and in 1794, Scotland’s bard, Robert Burns, famously compared his sweetheart to this exquisite bloom.
This stamp issue introduces new designs for social mail users and event organisers.
- Issue date: 7 February 2017
- FDI withdrawal date: 7 March 2017
- Denominations: 2 x $1
- Stamp illustrations: Gary Domoney, Visua
- Product design: Sonia Young
- Printer: EGO (Wedding Pack RA Printing)
- Paper (gummed): Tullis Russell Red Phosphor
- Paper (Wedding pack): Securepost Cprint 100
- Printing process: Offset lithography
- Stamp size: 26mm x 37.5mm
- Sheetlet size: 120mm x 192mm
- Perforations: 14.6 x 13.86
- Sheet layout: Module of 50
- FDI postmark: Roselands NSW 2196
- Issue withdrawal date: 31 August 2017
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