|Date of Issue
||May 3, 1990
|Perforation or Dimension
Mint - Never Hinged - Very Fine
Used - Very Fine
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Each day, Canada Post Corporation moves some 35 million pieces of mail and serves more than 10 million Canadian addresses. In recognitions of Canada Post Corporation's development, Canada's first ever Prestige Booklet will be issued. It is entitled Moving the Mail-The Story of Canada's Postal System and includes illustrations and background information about Canada's postal history, as well as 25 commemorative stamps. The se tenant pair of stamps show both the English and French versions of the new corporate identity as it appears on a Canada Post Corporation delivery van. The stamps, printed in five colour lithography, were designed by Alain Rochon and Jean Morin of Jean Morin Designers Inc. of Montreal, which has been responsible for many other Canadian stamps, including MacLeod/Crowfoot (1986), and Photography (1989). The booklet was designed by Daniel Picard and Jean Morin.
Designed by Jean Morin.
Canada Post Corporation. Presenting, 1990.
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