Mini Sheet: St. Paul's Cathedral (Kenya 1981)

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St. Paul's Cathedral (Kenya 1981)

29 July (Kenya ) within release Royal wedding goes into circulation Mini Sheet St. Paul's Cathedral face value 5*3 Kenyan shilling

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Country: Kenya
Date: 1981-07-29
Print: Offset lithography
Perforation: comb 12 x 12¼
Emission: Commemorative
Format: Mini Sheet
Face Value: 5*3 Kenyan shilling

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