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1981 Australia Post FDC – Surf Lifesaving

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A mint condition First Day Cover that has been kept in lovely condition.



Surf Life Saving Australia (SLSA) is the peak surf lifesaving organisation in Australia. It is federal in structure, comprising 303 local surf lifesaving clubs, 17 regional branches in Queensland and New South Wales, and 7 individual state and territory subdivisions. With more than 111,364 members, of whom more than 34,000 actively patrol over 400 beaches, SLSA is one of the largest volunteer organisations in Australia. It is also responsible for the management and organisation of Australia’s engagement in competitive surf sport. SLSA is also responsible for managing competitive surf sport in Australia, arranging events like The Coolangatta Gold

*All historical information taken from Wikipedia for educational purposes only.


The first day of issue is the day on which a postage stamp, postal card or stamped envelope is put on sale, within the country or territory of the stamp issuing authority. Sometimes the issue is made from a temporary or permanent foreign or overseas office. There will usually be a first day of issue postmark, frequently a pictorial cancellation, indicating the city and date where the item was first issued, and “first day of issue” is often used to refer to this postmark.A first day cover(FDC) is an envelope whereupon postage stamps have been cancelled on their first day of issue. Depending on the policy of the nation issuing the stamp, official first day postmarks may sometimes be applied to covers weeks or months after the date indicated.Unofficial first day of issue postmarks can also occur when a stamp collector purchases the stamps in question from a post office in the first day of issue city and then takes them (on that same day) to a post office in another city to have them cancelled, or when stamps are affixed to envelopes that are simply dropped into the mailstream on the first day and receive that day’s normal postmark.

*All historical information taken from Wikipedia for educational purposes only.

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