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Women in War Prestige cover
The Wartime Letters 1914-1918 prestige cover is limited to just 3,500. The pictorial envelope has the World War I stamp from the A Century of Service: Women in War stamp issue postmarked in gold foil.Read more
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The Wartime Letters 1914-1918 prestige cover is limited to just 3,500. The pictorial envelope has the World War I stamp from the A Century of Service: Women in War stamp issue postmarked in gold foil First day of issue | 6 October 2017 | Canberra, ACT 2600.
The prestige cover includes facsimiles of a letter, dated 12 July 1917 sent by by Ella McLean.
Background information, technical details and gallery images on the A Century of Service: Women in War stamp issue are available on the Australia Post Collectables website.
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