20 FID Coin Hole Covers

This is something that everyone will want, either for themselves or as a present, but there is a limit of 2 Collections per order. These are beautiful First Day Covers made up between about 2002 and 2011. But there is a hole in the middle of each cover; this was to hold a crownsized coin. Mercury who issued them made more covers than coins. They had a warehouse full and we bought them. Each package is 20 different covers the vast majority of Royal interest. You have a full cover photograph and an actual stamp cancelled with a special cancellation. Some of the stamps have a face value of over £1.00. But here is the bargain you get 20 different covers all with stamps for just £8.50, which makes them 42.5 Pence each. The stamps alone are worth more in many cases. They are colourful, yes they have a hole for a coin in them, but they are 42.5 Pence each, talk about a bargain. Limit two sets per order. Each package is different, but there will be some duplication between packages. Get them while they last…
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SKU: STP264
£8.50
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