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SKU #1934220

Street Art maxicard set of four

SKU #1934220

Street Art maxicard set of four

$7.00
This maxicard set contains the four maxicards from the Street Art stamp issue.
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This maxicard set contains the four maxicards from the Street Art stamp issue. A maxicard is a *prepaid postcard with a stamp affixed and postmarked on the view side. The subject matter of a maxicard is common to the card, stamp and postmark.

A *prepaid postcards can be posted from any red post box located in Australia or at your local Post Office and can be sent worldwide or to domestic locations.

Australian street art by nationally and internationally respected artists: Adnate (mural in Hosier Lane, Melbourne); Vans the Omega (mural in Railway Terrace, Adelaide); Rone and Phibs (collaborated on Forever Curious in Rutledge Lane, Melbourne); and Fin DAC (Shinka in Little Rundle Street, Adelaide).

Background information, technical details and gallery images on the Street Art stamp issue are available on the Australia Post Collectables website.


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