17 November 2017: Media Preview of Tourist Destinations issue

Today was the Media Preview of the Tourist Destinations: Perak, Pahang and Terengganu.

This issue will comprise of 3 pairs of setenant stamps. Each setenant stamp will feature one state.

The quantities are:

3 x 60 sen setenant pairs: 280,000 pieces of each setenant stamp

50 sen envelopes: 32,000 pieces

RM 6.00 empty folders: 1,800 pieces

The above prices are excluding GST.

Here are the locations for each of the setenant pair:

1. Pahang: Fraser’s Hill, Sungai Lembing Mines, Abu Bakar Palace, National Elephant Conservation Center, Cameron Highland’s Mossy Forest and Tioman Island.

2. Perak: Ubaidah Mosque, Leaning Tower of Teluk Intan (Telok Anson), Perak Royal Museum, Taiping Zoo, Royal Belum National Park and Pangkor Island.

3. Terengganu: Terengganu State Museum, Maziah Palace, Kenyir Lake, Rantau Abang Beach and Redang Island.

Meanwhile the artwork for the 150 Years Straits Settlements was released. It will only be a single Miniature Sheet. For the background and why this is the permanent issue for the original Straits Settlements, please take the time to read my old posts. You can also use the SEARCH box and type Straits Settlements.

The 150 Years Straits Settlements “Permanent Issue” will be on sale on 04 December 2017 and that coincides with the planned Stamp Week. Stay tuned for LEGO!

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One thought on “17 November 2017: Media Preview of Tourist Destinations issue

  1. Helo,

    I would like to check with you whether you facing the same problem as me or aware of whereby Pos Malaysia website Stamp Gallery-Collection of Issues isn’t accessible.

    Thanks

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