Note:

A separate pricing is indicated for Singapore cancellations on the FDCs during the Malaysia inclusion up to the end of the Cross Use Period post separation.

Add a Premium for:

  1. Military Mail with Military Mail markings
  2. Mobile Post Offices / Travelling Post Offices / Pos Bergerak
  3. Handstamped slogan cachets
  4. Exhibition cachets
  5. Conference cachets
  6. Complimentary FDCs
  7. Clean unaddressed covers
  8. FDCs of dignitaries
  9. Autographed FDCs

Reduce for:

  1. Heavy toning on cover
  2. Tears and letter opener cuts
  3. Missing leaflet (unless that issue does not have a leaflet)

16 September 1963: Formation of Malaysia

Limited Concordant:

  1. Sabah: RM 40.00
  2. Sarawak: RM 40.00
  3. Singapore: RM 40.00
  4. Perlis, Kedah, Kelantan, Terengganu, Pahang: RM 35.00
  5. Rest of Peninsular Malaysia: RM 30.00

Since the whole of Malaysia will be Limited Concordant, there are no non-concordant FDCs.

03 October 1963: World Orchid Conference

Full Concordant:

  1. Singapore: RM 35.00
  2. Serangoon Garden: RM 35.00

Limited Concordant: Rest of Singapore: RM 30.00

Normal: RM 20.00

26 October 1963: Installation of DYMM the Sultan of Perak

Full Concordant:

  1. Kuala Kangsar: RM 30.00
  2. Ipoh: RM 30.00

Limited Concordant: Perak: RM 25.00

Normal: RM 20.00

Singapore: RM 30.00

04 November 1963: 9th Commonwealth Parlimentary Conference

Full Concordant: Conference cancellation: RM 75.00

Limited Concordant: Kuala Lumpur: RM 30.00

Normal: RM 25.00

Singapore: RM 30.00

01 July 1964: Sabah Definitive (North Borneo Overprint)

Note: There was no official covers issued.

Full Concordant: Jesselton: Full set low values RM 180.00 up to Full set including high values RM 400.00

10 October 1964: Eleanor Roosevelt

Full Concordant: Kuala Lumpur: RM 20.00

Normal: RM 20.00

Rest of Singapore: RM 25.00

17 May 1965: 100 Year ITU

Full Concordant: Kuala Lumpur: RM 25.00

Normal: RM 25.00

Rest of Singapore: RM 30.00

27 August 1965: National Mosque

Full Concordant: Kuala Lumpur: RM 30.00

Normal: RM 20.00

Singapore: RM 25.00

30 August 1965: Kuala Lumpur International Airport

Full Concordant:

  1. Lapangan Terbang Kuala Lumpur (C1) or C2: RM 50.00
  2. A pair of C1 and C2: RM 130.00

Limited Concordant: Kuala Lumpur: RM 20.00

Normal: RM 15.00

Singapore: RM 20.00

09 September 1965: National Definitive Series

Forgeries exist.

The prices are average transacted price in the last 2 years for a full set on a single cover.

Full Concordant: Kuala Lumpur with the Post Office Stamp Exhibition cachet: RM 1,200.00

Limited Concordant:

  1. Sabah: RM 950.00
  2. Sarawak: RM 950.00
  3. Singapore: RM 1,800.00
  4. Perlis, Kedah, Kelantan, Terengganu, Pahang: RM 900.00
  5. Rest of Peninsular Malaysia: RM 800.00

Since the whole of Malaysia will be Limited Concordant, there are no non-concordant FDCs.

15 November 1965: State Definitive Series

Full Concordant: Full set with matching state capitals: RM 550.00

14 December 1965: 3rd SEAP Games

Full Concordant:

  1. Kuala Lumpur: RM 30.00
  2. Kuala Lumpur Slogan first day: RM 50.00

Normal: RM 20.00

Singapore: RM 30.00

08 February 1966: National Monument

Full Concordant: Kuala Lumpur: RM 20.00

Normal: RM 15.00

Singapore: RM 25.00

11 April 1966: Installation of the Yang Di-Pertuan Agong

Full Concordant:

  1. Kuala Lumpur: RM 20.00
  2. Kuala Terengganu: RM 30.00

Normal: RM 20.00

Singapore: RM 25.00

21 October 1966: Penang Free School Sesquicentenary

Full Concordant: Penang with Penang Free School cachet: RM 35.00

Normal: RM 20.00

Singapore: RM 25.00

01 December 1966: First Malaysia Plan

Limited Concordant: RM 20.00

Singapore: RM 30.00 (last cross use of Malaysia FDC in Singapore)

30 March 1967: SEACOM

Full Concordant:

  1. Kuala Lumpur: RM 50.00
  2. Jesselton: RM 75.00

Normal: RM 35.00

31 August 1967: 10 Years of Independence

Limited Concordant: RM 25.00

Since the whole of Malaysia will be Limited Concordant, there are no non-concordant FDCs.

08 September 1967: Sarawak Council Centenary

Full Concordant:

  1. Kuching: RM 20.00
  2. Sibu: RM 30.00
  3. Bintulu (not yet seen): Unpriced

Normal: RM 15.00

02 December 1967: 100 Years of Postage Stamp

Full Concordant:

  1. Pulau Pinang: RM 45.00
  2. Melaka: RM 50.00

Normal: RM 40.00

08 April 1968: Installation of DYMM Tuanku Ja’afar

Full Concordant:

  1. Seremban: RM 25.00
  2. Sri Menanti: RM 60.00

Limited Concordant: Negeri Sembilan: RM 20.00

Normal: RM 15.00

29 August 1968: Natural Rubber Conference

Full Concordant: Kuala Lumpur with Posted at Dewan Tunku Abdul Rahman: RM 175.00

Limited Concordant: Kuala Lumpur: RM 20.00

Normal: RM 20.00

12 October 1968: Mexico Olympic Games

Full Concordant: Kuala Lumpur: RM 25.00

Normal: RM 20.00

08 February 1969: Solidarity Week

Full Concordant:

  1. Alor Setar: RM 35.00
  2. Parliamant: RM 35.00

Normal: RM 20.00

08 December 1969: Year of the Rice

Full Concordant: Sungai Petani: RM 35.00

Limited Concordant:

  1. Alor Setar: RM 30.00
  2. Sekinchan (not yet seen): Unpriced

Normal: RM 20.00

06 April 1970: Satellite Earth Station

Full Concordant:

  1. Kuantan Earth Station: RM 150.00
  2. Kuantan Earth Station with the Kuantan Earth Station official cachet: RM 300.00
  3. Kuantan: RM 40.00

Normal: RM 35.00

31 August 1970: National Definitives (low values)

Limited Concordant: RM 35.00

07 September 1970: 50th Anniversary of the International Labour Organisation

Full Concordant: Kuala Lumpur: RM 20.00

Normal: RM 20.00

24 October 1970: 25th Anniversary of United Nations

Full Concordant: Kuala Lumpur: RM 20.00

Normal: RM 20.00

16 November 1970: National Definitives (high values)

Limited Concordant: RM 850.00

Covers exist with both low values and high values with their respective First Day cancellations on a single cover: RM 900.00

16 December 1970: 25th Anniversary of the Installation of DYMM the Sultan of Trengganu

Full Concordant: Kuala Terengganu: RM 30.00

Limited Concordant: Terengganu: RM 20.00

Normal: RM 15.00

3 thoughts on “1963 – 1970

  1. I have a booklet containing 40/of the first day covers with all the literature inside envelopes matching the stamps Malaysia sampul Surat hari pertama. Know nothing about it. Would like to sell it..to anyone who can tell me what it’s worth and if ur interested in buying them. Ill cut ya hell of a deal

  2. I a stamp collector Iowa’s collect in 1500 stamps in more than 50 country stamps. In special Malaysia old rare collection. If u want play contact in my mail id

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