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FDC Sc 1016 Red Cross Issue 1952 ASDA National Stamp Show Station

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First Day Cover Description: FDC Red Cross Issue Cachet: Recipient: Mr. Lynn Wilmot Salem NJ Stamp: US Sc# 1016 Red Cross Issue Cancels: New York NY Nov 21 1952 First Day of Issue A.S.D.A. National Postage Stamp Show Station Condition / Faults: Very Good - Light soil and tip wear Please study the scans carefully for condition BR 121 COV U.S. POSTCARD AND PHILATELIC BUYERS ---- To comply with eBay’s tracking requirement, price of postage will cover cost of First Class Package rate with eBay tracking, and requires the use of a label rather than postage stamps - Postcards and covers are shipped in individual plastic sleeves or glassine envelopes and a protective rigid cardboard mailer. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS – Postcards and Philatelic items will continue to be shipped with postage stamps. In an attempt to contain shipping costs postcards and covers will ship in individual plastic sleeves or glassine envelopes and a paper envelope with stiffeners NOTE: postcards and philatelic Items purchased from us on other Web sites will also be shipped with postage stamps.
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