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For sale is a 1960s era US PRESIDENTS FIRST DAY COVER STAMP. Envelope is in good condition but has minor condition issues as seen in the photos. Envelopes has a typed mailing address.

Envelope is stamped with a different PRESIDENT HERBERT HOOVER 5 cent US STAMP which was stamped on AUG 10, 1965 in West Branch, IA and mailed to Washington, DC.

A first day cover (FDC) is a stamped envelope, postal card or other postal material that was processed at the post office or off-site, receiving a cancellation that states “First Day of Issue” or something similar. Depending on the postal authority there may be a ceremony to commemorate the first day of issue. While it was once true that all FDCs were cancelled on the actual day of issue of the stamp, this has not been the case for many years because large quantities of FDCs are routinely now canceled by the post office in bulk, often weeks or more after the first day of issue.

Weight 0.75 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 6 × 1 in