Malaysia: Third Tri-Nation Stamp Exhibition

\"malaysia\"malaysiaPos Malaysia issued a new collection of commemorative stamps and First Day Cover on 23 August 2013 in conjunction with the Third Tri-Nation Stamp Exhibition to be hosted yeA statement from Pos Malaysia Berhad today said the Tri-Nation Stamp Exhibition is being jointly organized by Thailand, Singapore and Malaysia.

\”The Third Tri-Nation Stamp Exhibition will be held from Aug 23 to 25 at the Pos Malaysia headquarters here. This will be the first time a set of commemorative stamps is jointly issued for a Tri-Nation Stamp Exhibition,\” it said.\"malaysia

Stamps available for sale will be 90 sen stamps featuring flags and icons of Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore.

\”There will also be RM3 mini sheets featuring the national flowers of the three countries – hibiscus for Malaysia, orchid for Singapore and cassia for Thailand,\” it said.

The statement said stamp enthusiasts were advised to join the Standing Order Deposit Account (SODA) to enjoy the convenience of receiving their stamps and other philatelic products without having to queue up at the post office on the day of issue.\”For further information, log on to, visit the nearest post office or the Stamp and Philately Unit at 1st Floor, Pos Malaysia headquarters, Dayabumi Complex, here, or call 03-2274 1122 extension 6656 or email to for enquiries,\” the statement said.

Technical Details

Stamps: Denomination: 90sen & RM2.00 (with silver colour printing) Stamp Size:90mm x 30mm Paper (Stamp) : Tullis Russell High Reading Yellow/ Green Phosphor Gummed Stamp Paper 103 sprinting Process: Lithography (Silver Printing)

Stamp Sheet: Sheet Content: 10 stamps Perforation: 14

Miniature Sheet: Denomination: RM3.00 Miniature Sheet: 110mm x 80mm x 80mm,Stamp Size in Miniature Sheet: 53mm x 39mm x 39mm,Perforation (Miniature Sheet): Kiss Cut,Paper (Stamp) : Avery Dennison B90 Kraft Back WLK5 Sdhesive 210gsm,Stamp Designer: Hazel Design Sdn Bhd Printer: Southern Colour Print, New Zealand

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