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Ven.M.Vipulasara, C.Sittampalam, Maithripala Senanayake, M.G.Mendis

Date: 28-Feb-04
Denomination: 4r50c, 4r50c, 4r50c, 4r50c
Type: Stamp FDC
Country: Sri Lanka

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Item: FD-LK-00150-A
Price (AUD): $7.49

Ven.M.Vipulasara, C.Sittampalam, Maithripala Senanayake, M.G.Mendis

The Stamp FDC 'Ven.M.Vipulasara, C.Sittampalam, Maithripala Senanayake, M.G.Mendis' is an item in the well preserved collection of Ceylon & Sri Lanka - First Day Covers (FDCs). The Stamp FDC is from Sri Lanka. The item in the collection of Ceylon & Sri Lanka First Day Covers is available in grade - Franked on first day of issue (unused). The Stamp FDC 'Ven.M.Vipulasara, C.Sittampalam, Maithripala Senanayake, M.G.Mendis' is dated 28th February 2004. Denominations are 4 Rupee 50 cents, 4 Rupee 50

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