The queue today was filled with speculators. Some brought their own group. Pos Malaysia as usual was caring and provided a Senior Citizen’s line. The right of the photo is the regular queue and the left is the Senior Citizen’s queue.
The sales was brisk as there is a limit of 5 pieces per person. The folders were sold out around 9:00 am (shortly before at the Senior Citizen’s queue). Slightly after 10:00 am the Pre-Stamped Envelopes were sold out. Speculators were selling at RM 5.00 a piece immediately and the prices online is also higher than Obama! Strange phenomena.
Anyway, as usual I hunt for the matching postmarks. I have limit quantities of the Putrajaya postmark. As usual, the cheapest in the first batch and the price increases incrementally. Price is slightly higher than Obama Visit PSE as I cannot get more to average down the cost.
Empty Folder and free poster: http://www.ebay.com.my/itm/Free-Poster-Special-Empty-Folder-KL-Putrajaya-Malaysia-China-40-Years-Diplomatic-/360950685895?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_207&hash=item540a5660c7
Empty Folder and free poster: http://www.ebay.com.my/itm/Free-Poster-Rare-Empty-Folder-KL-Putrajaya-Malaysia-China-40-Years-Diplomatic-/261495272838?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_207&hash=item3ce2553586
4 thoughts on “Malaysia – China 40 Years of Diplomatic Relations Pre-Stamped Envelope”
At Sandakan, the folders have been sold out before 8:30am Hope theres more….
Wow, that is almost like instant! It was sold out in the General Post Office in less than 30 minutes as the post office opened late today (almost 08:40 am).
I was in Rawang at 12.30 pm and they still have a ten or more envelopes after I bought 4 of it (2 virgin, 2 with cancellation marks)….
There’s only 5 folders sold every issue here. So, folders is quite rare to us. 😦