2002

02 January 2002: Hockey World Cup KL 2002

These FDCs were cancelled in Kuala Lumpur.

20020102 KL KL 2002 KL Hockey World Cup

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

These FDCs were cancelled in Kuala Lumpur. The joint issue is only on the RM 1 stamps and does not extend to the 30 sen stamp and miniature sheet. This is the first joint issue in the Malaysian philatelic history.

This FDC is special as the RM 1 stamps are setenant. The setenant stamps are rare as they are in a certain position on the sheet.

This is a joint issue FDC. The Malaysia stamps were cancelled in Kuala Lumpur and the China stamps were cancelled in Beijing. This joint cover was sold by the official China stamp agent – International Stamp and Coin Sdn Bhd. This cover is quite rare.

This is the Pos Malaysia joint issue FDC. The Malaysia stamps were cancelled in Kuala Lumpur. The China stamps were cancelled by China Post.

Here are the China FDCs.

This FDC was cancelled with “China”. This type of cover is normally known as cover “A” from the China National Philatelic Corporation.

This is the joint issue FDC.

This FDC was cancelled in Beijing and was issued by Beijing Stamp Company. This is normally called cover “B”.

This is the joint issue FDC.

This is a joint issue FDC issued by China Post. The Malaysia stamps were cancelled in Kuala Lumpur and the China stamps were cancelled in Beijing. This cover is very rare.

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13 April 2002: Express Rail Link

These FDCs were cancelled in Kuala Lumpur.

24 April 2002: 17th World Orchid Conference

These FDCs were cancelled in Shah Alam where the conference was held.

20020424 Shah Alam Orchid

This FDC was cancelled in Kota Kinabalu.

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

This FDC was cancelled in Kuala Lumpur.

A special folder sheet called Their Majesties Yang di-Pertuan Agong of Malaysia 1957 – 2002 was also issued on the same day.

There was no FDC issued for this sheetlet, thus the same envelopes were used to make FDCs.

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

These FDCs were cancelled in Kuala Lumpur.

This Malaysia Joint FDC was cancelled with the Kuala Lumpur and Singapore cancellations. It was a special order product. Did you notice that the way the stamps were arranged the Singapore cancellation also cancelled the Malaysia stamps and the Kuala Lumpur cancellation cancelled the Singapore stamps!

These are Singapore’s FDCs cancelled in Singapore.

This is the Singapore joint issue FDC. It was cancelled in Singapore. Notice the arrangement of the stamps? This time the stamps are cancelled correctly with the respective country’s cancellation.

31 July 2002: Islands & Beaches of Malaysia

These FDCs were cancelled in Kuala Lumpur along with the PHILAKOREA 2002 World Stamp Exhibition cachet.

This FDC was cancelled in Johor Bahru.

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This FDC was cancelled in Kota Kinabalu.

This FDC was cancelled in Ipoh. I would have preferred Pulau Pangkor.

This FDC was cancelled in Pulau Pinang.

This FDC was cancelled in Kuala Besut and Mersing.

20020731 Kuala Besut Mersing Islands and Beaches

This FDC was cancelled in Pulau Pangkor and Langkawi.

20020731 Pangkor Langkawi Islands and Beaches

This FDC was cancelled in Pulau Tioman and Kota Kinabalu.

20020731 Tioman Kota Kinabalu Islands and Beaches

This FDC was cancelled in Batu Ferringhi, Pulau Pinang and Port Dickson.

20020731 Batu Ferringhi Pulau Pinang Port Dickson Islands and Beaches

02 August 2002: PHILAKOREA 2002

These Exhibition Covers were cancelled with the PHILAKOREA 2002 World Stamp Exhibition cachet. Notice the Overprinted Covers? The stamps and miniature sheet were however not overprinted.

This exhibition cover was cancelled with the exhibition cachet along with the Seoul first day of exhibition cancellation and autographed by the designer, Mr KY Lim.

24 August 2002: Malaysian Unity

This composite FDC was cancelled in Kuala Lumpur.

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This FDC was cancelled in Kuching.

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17 September 2002: Za’ba

This FDC was cancelled in Seremban, Tanjong Malim, Universiti Kuala Lumpur and Batu Kikir.

20020917 Seremban Tanjong Malim Batu Kikir Universiti KL Zaba

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

This FDC was cancelled in Tanjong Malim.

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

These FDCs were cancelled in Pulau Pinang along with the Stamp Week 2002 first day’s daily cancel (left side) and the official first day cover cancel (right side).

I want to thank a long time reader, JL, for this image of the most complete set of cancels on a private cover. I think this is one of the neatest and finest private cover made for a Stamp Week!

20021217 All Stamp Week 2002 1

20021217 All Stamp Week 2002 2

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8 thoughts on “2002

    • Hello John,

      Just a few words on my side. If you are below 30 years young, I can forgive you. I appreciate someone taking time to at least have the courtesy to write in full. If you are above 30s, I think you should have common courtesy to write properly in a public domain. Definitely not “u got stamp?”. It takes just a few more seconds to type “Do you have stamps for sale?”

      Yes I do have the Sheetlet of 12 Kings in the original folder. Due to long term storage the sheetlet has some toning (yellow).

      sky52200

  1. i want to say sorry to you what i writing on your blog…hope u can forgive me..my english very poor…sorry…
    may i know the sheelet of 12 kings in the original folder price?

    • My turn to apologise for the late reply. It is not a problem to post here, I am happy to have readers posting. Just try not to use short forms.

      I have one set left for sale. It is not fresh condition. If you have and email, I will email the actual sheetlet for you to have a look and the price.

      sky52200

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