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Sweden: Postal Stationery: Postal Cards 1995-1996  
This section is not complete, however, all mint and most FD-canceled postal cards from this time period (and mint, used, and FD-canceled postal stationery from all time periods) are in stock. Please send your want list and/or a description of your interests. All items are available for viewing on approval.

Facit numbers have been used unless otherwise indicated. The 2004 Facit catalog is the most recent edition to list Swedish postal stationery; I still have a few copies in stock specifically for this purpose. The Facit listings of the 1992-1998 Postal Museum postal cards are not totally complete; if you need information on what exists, let me know.
Postal Cards 1995-1996  Shopping Cart: Review or Check Out   Top 
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209597
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Postal Card Facit #89a 1995 Motorcycle Riders. [Scene from Anglagard (House of Angels) Swedish movie; this design was used on the 1995 Film stamp Scott #2141]. The picture side includes two stamp designs from the 1981 Film souvenir sheet (Scott #1386): Greta Garbo in Gösta Berlings Saga and a scene from Intermezzo. The other two designs are from the 1995 Films booklet: Scott #2141 and #2143 The Apple War. Only 2000 of these cards were printed! Extremely scarce! As of 1/1/2006, I have never seen any cards of this issue offered for sale. Mint VF.
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20.00

209598
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Postal Card Facit #89a 1995 Motorcycle Riders. [Scene from Anglagard (House of Angels) Swedish movie; this design was used on the 1995 Film stamp Scott #2141]. The picture side includes two stamp designs from the 1981 Film souvenir sheet (Scott #1386): Greta Garbo in Gösta Berlings Saga and a scene from Intermezzo. The other two designs are from the 1995 Films booklet: Scott #2141 and #2143 The Apple War. Only 2000 of these cards were printed! Extremely scarce! As of 1/1/2006, I have never seen any cards of this issue offered for sale. Canceled 12 October 1995, the first day of the exhibition, with the exhibition postmark. Though supposedly issued on 7 October, I have never seen a cancel earlier than 12 October and I believe it to be the actual FD cancellation. VF.
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209599
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Postal Card Facit #89b 1995 Greta Garbo in Gösta Berlings Saga. Without "PORT PAYÉ" handstamp. The indicia is from the 1981 souvenir sheet, Scott #1386. The picture side includes two stamp designs from the 1981 Film souvenir sheet (Scott #1386): same as the indicia and a scene from Intermezzo. The other two designs are from the 1995 Films booklet: Scott #2141 Anglagard (House of Angels) and #2143 The Apple War. These cards were valid for domestic postage (the PORTO BETALT [postage paid] in the indicia). However, as the cards were intended to also be valid for international usage, some were handstamped PORT PAYÉ (normally in violet, but black also exists) to comply with UPU regulations. Only 6000 "exhibition invitation" cards were printed and the vast majority were immediately mailed to the members and guests of the Postal Museum to announce the exhibition. I doubt that more than a few hundred, if that many, unmailed (i.e. mint or FD canceled) remain in existence. Furthermore, perhaps half the remaining cards were handstamped PORT PAYÉ. Extremely scarce in any form! As of 1/1/2006, I have never seen any cards of this issue offered for sale. Mint VF.
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209600
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Postal Card Facit #89b 1995 Greta Garbo in Gösta Berlings Saga. Without "PORT PAYÉ" handstamp. The indicia is from the 1981 souvenir sheet, Scott #1386. The picture side includes two stamp designs from the 1981 Film souvenir sheet (Scott #1386): same as the indicia and a scene from Intermezzo. The other two designs are from the 1995 Films booklet: Scott #2141 Anglagard (House of Angels) and #2143 The Apple War. These cards were valid for domestic postage (the PORTO BETALT [postage paid] in the indicia). However, as the cards were intended to also be valid for international usage, some were handstamped PORT PAYÉ (normally in violet, but black also exists) to comply with UPU regulations. Only 6000 "exhibition invitation" cards were printed and the vast majority were immediately mailed to the members and guests of the Postal Museum to announce the exhibition. I doubt that more than a few hundred, if that many, unmailed (i.e. mint or FD canceled) remain in existence. Furthermore, perhaps half the remaining cards were handstamped PORT PAYÉ. Extremely scarce in any form! As of 1/1/2006, I have never seen any cards of this issue offered for sale. Canceled 12 October 1995, the first day of the exhibition, with the exhibition postmark. Though the card was supposedly issued 21 September (presumably the date mailed to the Museum membership), I have never seen a cancel earlier than 12 October [the post office typically did/does not postmark mailings that use a "porto betalt" indicia] and thus I believe the 12 October cancellation to effectively be the first day cancellation. I would be surprised if more than 100 of these canceled cards ever existed. VF.
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209601
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Postal Card Facit #89b 1995 Greta Garbo in Gösta Berlings Saga. With VIOLET "PORT PAYÉ" handstamp. The indicia is from the 1981 souvenir sheet, Scott #1386. The picture side includes two stamp designs from the 1981 Film souvenir sheet (Scott #1386): same as the indicia and a scene from Intermezzo. The other two designs are from the 1995 Films booklet: Scott #2141 Anglagard (House of Angels) and #2143 The Apple War. These cards were valid for domestic postage (the PORTO BETALT [postage paid] in the indicia). However, as the cards were intended to also be valid for international usage, some were handstamped PORT PAYÉ (normally in violet, but black also exists) to comply with UPU regulations. Only 6000 "exhibition invitation" cards were printed and the vast majority were immediately mailed to the members and guests of the Postal Museum to announce the exhibition. I doubt that more than a few hundred, if that many, unmailed (i.e. mint or FD canceled) remain in existence. Furthermore, perhaps half the remaining cards were handstamped PORT PAYÉ. Extremely scarce in any form! As of 1/1/2006, I have never seen any cards of this issue offered for sale. Mint VF.
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209602
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Postal Card Facit #89b 1995 Greta Garbo in Gösta Berlings Saga. With VIOLET "PORT PAYÉ" handstamp. The indicia is from the 1981 souvenir sheet, Scott #1386. The picture side includes two stamp designs from the 1981 Film souvenir sheet (Scott #1386): same as the indicia and a scene from Intermezzo. The other two designs are from the 1995 Films booklet: Scott #2141 Anglagard (House of Angels) and #2143 The Apple War. These cards were valid for domestic postage (the PORTO BETALT [postage paid] in the indicia). However, as the cards were intended to also be valid for international usage, some were handstamped PORT PAYÉ (normally in violet, but black also exists) to comply with UPU regulations. Only 6000 "exhibition invitation" cards were printed and the vast majority were immediately mailed to the members and guests of the Postal Museum to announce the exhibition. I doubt that more than a few hundred, if that many, unmailed (i.e. mint or FD canceled) remain in existence. Furthermore, perhaps half the remaining cards were handstamped PORT PAYÉ. Extremely scarce in any form! As of 1/1/2006, I have never seen any cards of this issue offered for sale. Though the card was supposedly issued 21 September (presumably the date mailed to the Museum membership), I have never seen a cancel earlier than 12 October [the post office typically did/does not postmark mailings that use a "porto betalt" indicia] and thus I believe the 12 October cancellation to effectively be the first day cancellation. I would be surprised if more than 20 of these canceled cards ever existed. VF.
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209603
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Postal Card Facit #89b 1995 Greta Garbo in Gösta Berlings Saga. With INVERTED VIOLET "PORT PAYÉ" handstamp. The indicia is from the 1981 souvenir sheet, Scott #1386. The picture side includes two stamp designs from the 1981 Film souvenir sheet (Scott #1386): same as the indicia and a scene from Intermezzo. The other two designs are from the 1995 Films booklet: Scott #2141 Anglagard (House of Angels) and #2143 The Apple War. These cards were valid for domestic postage (the PORTO BETALT [postage paid] in the indicia). However, as the cards were intended to also be valid for international usage, some were handstamped PORT PAYÉ (normally in violet, but black also exists) to comply with UPU regulations. Only 6000 "exhibition invitation" cards were printed and the vast majority were immediately mailed to the members and guests of the Postal Museum to announce the exhibition. I doubt that more than a few hundred, if that many, unmailed (i.e. mint or FD canceled) remain in existence. Furthermore, perhaps half the remaining cards were handstamped PORT PAYÉ. Extremely scarce in any form! As of 1/1/2006, I have never seen any cards of this issue offered for sale. The handstamping was done by the office and shop staff at the Postal Museum; just government employees, not "regular" postal staff or philatelists, thus they may not have realized the implication of the handstamp being inverted. RARE! Mint VF.
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209604
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Postal Card Facit #89b 1995 Greta Garbo in Gösta Berlings Saga. With BLACK "PORT PAYÉ" handstamp. The indicia is from the 1981 souvenir sheet, Scott #1386. The picture side includes two stamp designs from the 1981 Film souvenir sheet (Scott #1386): same as the indicia and a scene from Intermezzo. The other two designs are from the 1995 Films booklet: Scott #2141 Anglagard (House of Angels) and #2143 The Apple War. These cards were valid for domestic postage (the PORTO BETALT [postage paid] in the indicia). However, as the cards were intended to also be valid for international usage, some were handstamped PORT PAYÉ (normally in violet, but black also exists) to comply with UPU regulations. Only 6000 "exhibition invitation" cards were printed and the vast majority were immediately mailed to the members and guests of the Postal Museum to announce the exhibition. I doubt that more than a few hundred, if that many, unmailed (i.e. mint or FD canceled) remain in existence. Furthermore, perhaps half the remaining cards were handstamped PORT PAYÉ. Extremely scarce in any form! As of 1/1/2006, I have never seen any cards of this issue offered for sale. The handstamping was done by the office and shop staff at the Postal Museum; just government employees, not "regular" postal staff or philatelists, thus they may not have realized the implication of the handstamp being done in a different color (it was normally violet). RARE! Mint VF.
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209605
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Postal Card Facit #89b 1995 Greta Garbo in Gösta Berlings Saga. With INVERTED BLACK "PORT PAYÉ" handstamp. The indicia is from the 1981 souvenir sheet, Scott #1386. The picture side includes two stamp designs from the 1981 Film souvenir sheet (Scott #1386): same as the indicia and a scene from Intermezzo. The other two designs are from the 1995 Films booklet: Scott #2141 Anglagard (House of Angels) and #2143 The Apple War. These cards were valid for domestic postage (the PORTO BETALT [postage paid] in the indicia). However, as the cards were intended to also be valid for international usage, some were handstamped PORT PAYÉ (normally in violet, but black also exists) to comply with UPU regulations. Only 6000 "exhibition invitation" cards were printed and the vast majority were immediately mailed to the members and guests of the Postal Museum to announce the exhibition. I doubt that more than a few hundred, if that many, unmailed (i.e. mint or FD canceled) remain in existence. Furthermore, perhaps half the remaining cards were handstamped PORT PAYÉ. Extremely scarce in any form! As of 1/1/2006, I have never seen any cards of this issue offered for sale. The handstamping was done by the office and shop staff at the Postal Museum; just government employees, not "regular" postal staff or philatelists, thus they may not have realized the implication of the handstamp being done in a different color (it was normally violet), to say nothing of inverted! RARE! Mint VF.
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209606
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Postal Card Facit #89b 1995 Greta Garbo in Gösta Berlings Saga. With DOUBLED BLACK "PORT PAYÉ" handstamp. The indicia is from the 1981 souvenir sheet, Scott #1386. The picture side includes two stamp designs from the 1981 Film souvenir sheet (Scott #1386): same as the indicia and a scene from Intermezzo. The other two designs are from the 1995 Films booklet: Scott #2141 Anglagard (House of Angels) and #2143 The Apple War. These cards were valid for domestic postage (the PORTO BETALT [postage paid] in the indicia). However, as the cards were intended to also be valid for international usage, some were handstamped PORT PAYÉ (normally in violet, but black also exists) to comply with UPU regulations. Only 6000 "exhibition invitation" cards were printed and the vast majority were immediately mailed to the members and guests of the Postal Museum to announce the exhibition. I doubt that more than a few hundred, if that many, unmailed (i.e. mint or FD canceled) remain in existence. Furthermore, perhaps half the remaining cards were handstamped PORT PAYÉ. Extremely scarce in any form! As of 1/1/2006, I have never seen any cards of this issue offered for sale. The handstamping was done by the office and shop staff at the Postal Museum; just government employees, not "regular" postal staff or philatelists, thus they may not have realized the implication of the handstamp being done in a different color (it was normally violet) to say nothing of doubled! RARE! Mint VF.
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45.00

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209607
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Postal Card Facit #89b 1995 Greta Garbo in Gösta Berlings Saga. With DOUBLED, ONE INVERTED, BLACK "PORT PAYÉ" handstamp. The indicia is from the 1981 souvenir sheet, Scott #1386. The picture side includes two stamp designs from the 1981 Film souvenir sheet (Scott #1386): same as the indicia and a scene from Intermezzo. The other two designs are from the 1995 Films booklet: Scott #2141 Anglagard (House of Angels) and #2143 The Apple War. These cards were valid for domestic postage (the PORTO BETALT [postage paid] in the indicia). However, as the cards were intended to also be valid for international usage, some were handstamped PORT PAYÉ (normally in violet, but black also exists) to comply with UPU regulations. Only 6000 "exhibition invitation" cards were printed and the vast majority were immediately mailed to the members and guests of the Postal Museum to announce the exhibition. I doubt that more than a few hundred, if that many, unmailed (i.e. mint or FD canceled) remain in existence. Furthermore, perhaps half the remaining cards were handstamped PORT PAYÉ. Extremely scarce in any form! As of 1/1/2006, I have never seen any cards of this issue offered for sale. The handstamping was done by the office and shop staff at the Postal Museum; just government employees, not "regular" postal staff or philatelists, thus they may not have realized the implication of the handstamp being done in a different color (it was normally violet) to say nothing of doubled or inverted! RARE! Mint VF.
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50.00

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