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Postal history is the collecting of covers and associated material
illustrating historical episodes of postal systems.
A philatelic cover is a cover sent through the mails for the purpose of
creating a collectible item. Some collectors specialize in first
day covers and cacheted covers, others prefer "commercial covers".
reflective of real-world usage. Covers can Be divided in:
first day covers, mailed on the first day of issue of a stamp with
special cancels for the event.
cacheted covers, sent on envelopes with added
artwork relating to the theme of the stamp.
covers with special or commemorative cancellations used temporarily by a
covers with cancellations from unusual places, such as towns with funny
covers sent to collect particular postal markings.
"one of everything" cover, all stamps of a new or old issue affixed to
unnecessary mixed frankings.
covers sent in order to create legitimately used stamps
A piece of postal stationery is a stationery item, such as an envelope,
letter sheet, post card, lettercard, a wrapper, with an amount of
postage preprinted on it. or an aérogramme ,
a form of letter sheet consisting of a sheet of paper with folding
instructions and adhesive flaps that becomes its own envelope, and
carries prepaid postage.
The envelope form may also be called a stamped envelope. In the United
States, private post cards (without preprinted postage) are
differentiated from postal cards, which are sold by the Postal Service.