1970 Capt. Cook set PO FD Covers each with SINGLE stamp $A45

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1970 Capt. Cook set PO FD Covers each with SINGLE stamp $A45

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Australia 1970 Capt. Cook set Official PO First Day Covers each with SINGLE stamp. $A55

1970 Capt. Cook set PO covers each with SINGLE stamp. $A55

These are INCREDIBLY scarce. A set of 6 single stamps on SMALL cover are rare, and retail many $100s a set.

I cannot recall ever seeing that set 6 on LARGE PO covers. EIGHT covers here - 2 are with full set - themselves $20 each retail.

All cancelled with Melbourne Philatelic FDI so 105% genuine, and are all to one collector.

Now 45 years old and a cheap pick-up from an estate this week. UNDER 7 bucks a cover - watch these sell! :lol: :lol: :lol:

$A55 plus $2 global post


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Re: 1970 Capt. Cook set PO FD Covers each with SINGLE stamp $A45

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Reduced to just $A45!
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