National Geographic : 1978 May
The beautiful stamps from around the world *-00 are as vivid as Nature itself, picturing flora and fauna in fascinating and remarkable detail. Each First Day Cover is postmarked in the country of origin with the official First Day of Issue cancellation, thus certifying its authenticity. The cachet for each First Day Cover is an original line engraving, inspired by the stamp, *-a and created exclusively for the collection by the noted American artist, Gene Jarvis. First Day Covers shown smaller than actual size of 7 by 3% inches. Official Charter Subscription Application S(am and ura (fth Worli Limit: One subscription per collector. Deadline for application: May 31, 1978. Fleetwood C3 Cheyenne, Wyoming 82008 Please accept my Application for a Charter Subscrip tion to the National Audubon Society's Flora and Fauna of the World First Day Cover collection. The First Day Covers will be sent to me at the rate of four per month beginning in late June, 1978. The total price of $3.25 per First Day Cover ($13.00 per month) is guaranteed for a full twenty-four months. A deluxe Collector's Album and authoritative reference material will be sent to me at no additional cost. I need send no money now. I will be billed for each shipment as it is made. An option to charge all shipments to your Master Charge, Visa/BankAmericard,or American Express account will be made availablewhen you are invoicedfor the firstshipment. Signature All applications subject to acceptance by Fleetwood. Mr. Mrs. Miss Please Print Clearly Address City State Zip Fleetwood, established 1929, is recognized as America's foremost creator of First Day Covers. It is a division of Unicover Corporation.