Note:

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)

22 January 2001: Quails and Partridges

Full Concordant: Kuala Lumpur: RM 15.00

Normal: RM 15.00

01 February 2001: Putrajaya Federal Territory

Forgeries exist. The forgeries are mainly:

  1. Inkjet type and
  2. Covered “KUALA LUMPUR” replaced with an easily recognisable non-matching font with the word “PUTRAJAYA” on Philatelic Bureau pictorial cancellation.

Full Concordant:

  1. Kuala Lumpur: RM 5.00
  2. Kuala Lumpur with Hong Kong Exhibition 2001 cachet: RM 10.00

Normal: RM 5.00

17 February 2001: Sabah and Sarawak Beads

Forgeries exist. The forgery uses inkjet.

Full Concordant:

  1. Kuching: RM 10.00
  2. Kota Kinabalu: RM 10.00

Limited Concordant:

  1. Sarawak: RM 10.00
  2. Sabah: RM 10.00

Normal: RM 5.00

27 March 2001: Scented Flowers of Malaysia

Full Concordant:

  1. Tanjong Bungah (not yet seen): Unpriced
  2. Taman Chempaka (not yet seen): Unpriced
  3. Kuala Lumpur: RM 10.00

Normal: RM 10.00

07 May 2001: Installation of DYMM Tuanku Raja Negeri Perlis

Full Concordant:

  1. Kangar: 30.00
  2. Arau (not yet seen): Unpriced

Normal: RM 20.00

11 June 2001: Cultural Instrument and Artefact

Full Concordant:

  1. Kuching: RM 10.00
  2. Kuala Lumpur: RM 5.00

Normal: RM 5.00

09 July 2001: Malaysian Made Vehicles Series 2

Full Concordant: Shah Alam: RM 25.00

Normal: RM 15.00

01 August 2001: PHILANIPPON ’01

Full Concordant: Philanippon ’01: RM 20.00

01 August 2001: Malaysian Bantams

Full Concordant:

  1. Kota Bharu (not yet seen): Unpriced
  2. Kuala Lumpur: RM 15.00

Normal: RM 15.00

Imperforate MS FDC: RM 15.00

08 September 2001: XXI SEA Games

Full Concordant:

  1. Kuala Lumpur: RM 20.00
  2. Kuala Lumpur with XXI SEA Games cachet: RM 35.00
  3. Bukit Jalil: RM 30.00

Normal: RM 20.00

27 September 2001: FDI World Dental Congress 2001

Suspected forgeries exist. The forged cancellation has a smudgy cancellation with the word “KUALA LUMPUR” on two lines. The actual cancellation has “KUALA LUMPUR” on a row.

Full Concordant:

  1. Kuala Lumpur: RM 5.00
  2. Kuala Lumpur and PWTC: RM 15.00

Normal: RM 5.00

01 October 2001: 50th Anniversary of EPF

Full Concordant: Kuala Lumpur: RM 5.00

Normal: RM 5.00

10 November 2001: Stamp Week ’01 Marine Life Series V

Full Concordant:

  1. Stamp Week with cachet: RM 25.00
  2. Miri (stamp FDC only) (not yet seen): Unpriced
  3. Batu Gajah (stamp FDC only) (not yet seen): Unpriced
  4. Alor Gajah (stamp FDC only) (not yet seen): Unpriced
  5. Bukit Bintang (stamp FDC only) (not yet seen): Unpriced
  6. Stamp Week daily cancellations with cachet: RM 35.00

Normal: RM 15.00

17 November 2001: Stamp Week ’01 Imperforate Miniature Sheet

Full Concordant: Stamp Week 17 November cancellation with cachet: RM 15.00

Normal: RM 10.00

Two types of cinderella stamps were released – imperforated sticker and gummed perforated. Add RM 5.00 to FDCs with such cinderellas.

02 January 2002: Hockey World Cup KL 2002

Full Concordant: Kuala Lumpur (FDC, MS FDC and Imperforated MS FDC set): RM 40.00

Normal: RM 25.00

05 February 2002: Rare Flowers (Malaysia – China Joint Issue)

Full Concordant:

  1. Kuala Lumpur (with non-setenant stamps): RM 20.00
  2. Kuala Lumpur (with setenant pair stamps): RM 25.00
  3. Joint FDC on Pos Malaysia joint issue envelope with China Beijing ISC cachet: RM 35.00
  4. Joint FDC on Pos Malaysia joint issue envelope: RM 35.00
  5. Joint FDC on China Post envelope: RM 35.00
  6. Joint FDC on China Post envelope (Beijing): RM 35.00
  7. Joint FDC on China Post joint issue envelope: RM 35.00

Normal: RM 20.00

09 March 2002: Snakes

Full Concordant: Kuala Lumpur (FDC, MS FDC and Imperforated MS FDC set): RM 35.00

Normal: RM 20.00 (without the Imperforated MS FDC)

13 April 2002: Express Rail Link

Full Concordant:

  1. Kuala Lumpur: RM 15.00
  2. KLIA: RM 25.00
  3. Brickfields (not yet seen): RM 15.00

Normal: RM 15.00

24 April 2002: 17th World Orchid Conference

Full Concordant:

  1. Shah Alam (FDC, MS FDC and Imperforated MS FDC set): RM 55.00
  2. Kota Kinabalu (stamp FDC only): RM 15.00

Normal: RM 20.00 (without the Imperforated MS FDC)

25 April 2002: Installation of His Majesty Yang di-Pertuan Agong XII

Full Concordant:

  1. Kuala Lumpur: RM 5.00
  2. Kangar (not yet seen): Unpriced
  3. Arau (not yet seen): Unpriced

Normal: RM 5.00

Special Sheetlet: Set with Kuala Lumpur cancellation: RM 60.00

27 June 2002: Tropical Birds (Malaysia – Singapore Joint Issue)

Full Concordant:

  1. Kuala Lumpur: RM 20.00
  2. Joint FDC on Pos Malaysia joint issue envelope: RM 40.00
  3. Joint FDC on Singapore Post joint issue envelope: RM 40.00

Normal: RM 20.00

31 July 2002: Islands & Beaches of Malaysia

Full Concordant:

  1. Kuala Lumpur with Philakorea 2002 cachet (pair): RM 25.00
  2. Kuala Lumpur with Philakorea 2002 cachet (pair) on exhibition cover: RM 35.00
  3. Kuala Besut, Mersing, Pangkor, Langkawi, Pulau Tioman, Kota Kinabalu, Batu Ferringhi, Port Dickson and Pulau Pinang full set of FDCs: RM 85.00
  4. Kota Kinabalu (stamp FDC): RM 15.00
  5. Pulau Pinang (MS FDC): RM 15.00

Limited Concordant:

  1. Johor Bahru (stamp FDC): RM 15.00
  2. Kuala Terengganu (stamp FDC): RM 10.00
  3. Kuantan (stamp FDC): RM 15.00
  4. Alor Setar (stamp FDC): RM 15.00
  5. Ipoh (stamp FDC): RM 10.00
  6. Seremban (MS FDC): RM 15.00

Normal: RM 20.00 (stamp FDC and MS FDC)

02 August 2002: Philakorea 2002

Full Concordant:

  1. Philakorea 2002 cachet with Korea stamp on first day of exhibition (stamp FDC): RM 25.00
  2. Philakorea 2002 cachet on exhibition cover (pair): RM 15.00

24 August 2002: Malaysian Unity

Full Concordant:

  1. Kuala Lumpur (pair): RM 10.00
  2. KLIA (MS FDC): RM 15.00
  3. KLCC (MS FDC): RM 15.00
  4. Putrajaya (MS FDC): RM 15.00
  5. Kuching (stamp FDC): RM 10.00
  6. Sarikei (pair): RM 25.00
  7. Kota Kinabalu (stamp FDC): RM 10.00

Limited Concordant:

  1. Sabah (pair): RM 15.00
  2. Sarawak (pair): RM 15.00
  3. Rest of Peninsular Malaysia (pair): RM 10.00

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

17 September 2002: Za’ba

Full Concordant: Seremban, Tanjong Malim, Universiti Kuala Lumpur and Batu Kikir on cover: RM 30.00

Normal: RM 10.00

02 November 2002: Kebaya Nyonya

Full Concordant:

  1. Kuala Lumpur: RM 10.00
  2. Pulau Pinang: RM 15.00
  3. Melaka: RM 15.00

Normal: RM 10.00

29 November 2002: 80 Years SITC – MPSI – IPSI – UPSI

Full Concordant: Tanjong Malim: RM 25.00

Normal: RM 5.00

17 December 2002: Stamp Week ’02 The Tame & The Wild

Full Concordant:

    1. Pulau Pinang Stamp Week with cachet (stamp FDC, MS FDC and Imperforated MS FDC): RM 45.00
    2. Pulau Pinang Stamp Week daily cancellations with cachet (stamp FDC, MS FDC and Imperforated MS FDC): RM 60.00

Normal: RM 25.00 (stamp FDC, MS FDC and Imperforated MS FDC)

25 January 2003: Southern Serow

Full Concordant: Gurun: RM 20.00

Normal: RM 5.00

06 February 2003: XIII Conference of Heads of State or Government of Non-Aligned Movement

Full Concordant: Kuala Lumpur: RM 5.00

Normal: RM 5.00

22 February 2003: Roses in Malaysia

Full Concordant:

  1. Brinchang and Tanah Rata (pair): RM 25.00
  2. Ringlet (not yet seen): Unpriced

Normal: RM 15.00

03 March 2003: Father of Independence

Full Concordant:

  1. Alor Setar: RM 25.00
  2. Kuala Lumpur: RM 15.00
  3. Kampung Tunku (not yet seen): Unpriced
  4. Putrajaya (not yet seen): Unpriced

Limited Concordant: Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman (JLN T.A. Rahman): RM 20.00

08 March 2003: Coronation of HRH Sultan Selangor IX

Full Concordant: Klang: RM 25.00

Limited Concordant: Selangor: RM 15.00

Normal: RM 10.00

26 April 2003: Fighting Fish

Full Concordant: Kuala Lumpur: RM 15.00

Normal: RM 15.00

24 May 2003: Historical Place – Clock Tower

Forgeries exist. The Bintulu cancellation does not exist and was made by stamping the word Bintulu separately. In all FDCs that has been verified, the Bintulu word is slanted at very odd angles in all samples indicating hand stamping the name separately. This is achieved by stamping the top using an actual cancellation and covering the name of the location. Subsequently, the word Bintulu is added. This is the same forgery method used on Putrajaya (01 February 2001 issue). In addition, the font is different to the standard font used in this issue.

Full Concordant:

  1. Melaka (stamp FDC): RM 10.00
  2. Pulau Pinang (stamp FDC): RM 10.00
  3. Sungai Petani (stamp FDC): RM 15.00
  4. Teluk Intan (stamp FDC): RM 15.00
  5. Bintulu (stamp FDC, the real cancellation is a circular cancellation, not yet seen): Unpriced
  6. Kuala Lumpur (MS FDC): RM 10.00
  7. Taiping (MS FDC): RM 15.00
  8. Kuala Lumpur and Taiping (MS FDC): RM 25.00
  9. All Melaka, Pulau Pinang, Sungai Petani, Teluk Intan and forged Bintulu cancellation (stamp FDC): RM 15.00

Limited Concordant:

  1. Alor Setar (stamp FDC): RM 10.00
  2. Ipoh (stamp FDC): RM 10.00
  3. Kuching (stamp FDC): RM 10.00

Normal: RM 10.00 (pair)

Booklet strips exist on FDC and the price is the same as the normal stamp FDC.

28 June 2003: Islands & Beaches of Malaysia Series II Ligitan and Sipadan Islands

Full Concordant:

  1. Kota Kinabalu (pair): RM 20.00
  2. Tawau and Semporna (pair): RM 65.00

Normal: RM 10.00

19 August 2003: 46th Independence Celebration

Full Concordant:

  1. Kuala Lumpur (stamp FDC): RM 5.00
  2. Melaka (MS FDC): RM 10.00

Limited Concordant:

  1. Sabah (pair): RM 15.00
  2. Sarawak (pair): RM 15.00
  3. Rest of Peninsular Malaysia (pair): RM 10.00

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

23 September 2003: Motorcycles and Scooter Series 1 (Malaysian Made Vehicles Series 4)

Full Concordant:

  1. Gurun (stamp FDC): RM 15.00
  2. Sungai Buloh (Light blue MS FDC): RM 20.00
  3. Shah Alam (Green MS FDC): RM 15.00
  4. Johor Bahru (Blue MS FDC): RM 15.00
  5. Kuching (Light Brown MS FDC): RM 15.00

Normal: RM 30.00

03 October 2003: 10th Session of the Islamic Summit Conference

Full Concordant: Putrajaya: RM 20.00

Normal: RM 5.00

04 October 2003: Bangkok 2003 World Philatelic Exhibition

Full Concordant:

  1. Bangkok 2003 cachet with Thailand stamp on first day of exhibition: RM 35.00
  2. Bangkok 2003 cachet: RM 15.00

11 October 2003: 50th World Children’s Day Celebration

Full Concordant: Kuala Lumpur: RM 10.00

Normal: RM 10.00

SODA was issued as a setenant strip (the stamps were unissued) whereas the post offices released separate sheets. Price is the same for SODA and counter FDCs.

16 December 2003: Stamp Week ’03 Primates of Malaysia Red Leaf & Proboscis Monkey

Forgeries exist. The forgery uses inkjet printing and is very easy to detect.

Full Concordant:

    1. Miri Stamp Week with cachet: RM 25.00
    2. Miri Stamp Week daily cancellations with cachet: RM 35.00
    3. Miri Stamp Week daily cancellations with cachet (forgery): RM 5.00

Normal: RM 10.00

31 January 2004: Historical Buildings Lighthouse

Full Concordant:

  1. Pulau Pinang (stamp FDC): RM 15.00
  2. Teluk Bahang (stamp FDC): RM 25.00
  3. Kuala Selangor(stamp FDC): RM 15.00
  4. Melaka (pair): RM 15.00
  5. Port Dickson (MS FDC): RM 20.00
  6. Teluk Bahang, Kuala Selangor, Jalan Laksamana, Melaka and Port Dickson (pair): RM 65.00

Normal: RM 10.00

09 February 2004: 7th Conference of Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity & 1st eeting of Parties to the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety

Full Concordant:

  1. Kuala Lumpur: RM 5.00
  2. Kuala Lumpur, PWTC and Hutan Melintang: RM 25.00

Normal: RM 5.00

29 February 2004: Silver Jubilee of Al-Sultan Kelantan

Full Concordant: Kota Bharu: RM 15.00

Limited Concordant: Kelantan: RM 15.00

Normal: RM 10.00

19 March 2004: Commonwealth Tourism Ministers’ Meeting 2004

Full Concordant:

  1. Kuala Lumpur: RM 5.00
  2. KLCC: RM 10.00

Normal: RM 5.00

22 May 2004: National Service Programme

Full Concordant:

  1. Melaka: RM 15.00
  2. Melaka, Bandar Tun Razak and Kuala Lumpur: RM 20.00

Normal: RM 10.00

31 May 2004: 30th Anniversary Malaysia – China Diplomatic Relationship 1974 – 2004 (Malaysia – China Joint Issue)

Full Concordant:

  1. Kuala Lumpur: RM 15.00
  2. Melaka: RM 25.00
  3. Bandar Tun Razak, Putrajaya and Kuala Lumpur: RM 30.00
  4. Masjid Tanah: RM 25.00
  5. Unofficial joint FDC on Pos Malaysia envelope: RM 20.00
  6. Unofficial joint FDC on China Post envelope: RM 25.00

Normal: RM 15.00

Note: China Post did not issue a official stamp. The stamp issued was a Personalised Stamp similar to Setem Ku.

14 June 2004: Wildlife in the Malaysian Forest

Full Concordant:

  1. Kuala Lumpur (pair): RM 15.00
  2. Kuching (pair): RM 25.00
  3. Jalan Kuching (pair): RM 35.00
  4. Hutan Melintang (pair): RM 35.00
  5. Banting (stamp FDC): RM 15.00
  6. Alor Gajah (stamp FDC): RM 15.00
  7. Batu Gajah (stamp FDC): RM 15.00
  8. Banting, Hutan Melintang, Jalan Kuching and Alor Gajah: RM 45.00

Normal: RM 15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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