|Souvenir Sheet Saint Pope John Paul II Birth Centenary in catalogues|
|Yvert et Tellier:||Yt: HU BF432C|
Souvenir Sheet is horizontal format.The serial number is BLACK. Not valid for postage
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|Souvenir Sheet Saint Pope John Paul II Birth Centenary in digits|
|Size:||90 x 70|
|Face Value:||1,500 Hungarian forint|
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