4 Elvis Love Benham Covers

In 2007 it was the 30th anniversary of the death of Elvis Presley. Benham in Folkestone issued four special covers with their ‘silk’ pictures on them. Each cover has a different photo along with a 1st class stamp for ‘Love’. But best of all the Post Office attached to each a first class stamp with a colour reproduction of the photo on the cover. You get Elvis in his Army uniform, as a cowboy, in a blue mood and film with his signature. They are marked ‘End of a Rock and Roll Era 1935-1977’. You get all four ‘silk’ First Day Covers but supplies are limited.
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SKU: STP265
£12.50
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