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Foreign Space Covers,
K through O Countries:

First Day Covers AND Commemorative Covers,
with Various Cachets.

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Foreign Space Covers, K through O Countries
Special Notes

  • Please read general notes below.
  • Not all of my foreign covers are in these alphabetical lists, or country lists, other covers are included in lists such as: Apollo 13 Flight/Commemorative Covers list, Tracking Station Cover lists, the General Air and Space Covers lists, etc. etc.
  • So if you dont see what you are looking for here, please use the search box at the top of this page to search my website for the country you are looking for.

General Notes

  • All items are covers unless otherwise noted.
  • All covers are the standard U.S. #6 size (approximately 6 1/2 x 3 3/4 inches), as collected in the USA, unless otherwise noted.
  • Foreign covers may be slightly smaller in size than the standard U.S. #6 size and if so, their size will NOT be noted. Any cover larger than a number 6 size will be noted or any item of an unordinary size will be so noted.
  • All covers are unaddressed unless otherwise noted.
  • All covers are cacheted unless otherwise noted. A brief description of the cachet is given of the event being commemorated.
  • If covers are autographed they are genuine, unless otherwise noted.
  • Where stamp(s) used on the item are of significance, such as being a space stamp or a flag stamp or related to the event or location, it will be described. Otherwise the stamp(s) used on the item may be a definitive issue or an unrelated commemorative issue, and will not be described.
  • Items listed here may not be listed in any particular order.
  • Please print out the ON-LINE ORDER FORM and use it to mark down the covers you need. When ordering, please mark the LIST ID as well as ITEM ID.

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Price List

LIST IDITEM IDPRICECANCEL DATECANCEL LOC
FRG03L0650$3.0005/27/1963F
LIBERIA: PEACEFUL USES OF OUTER SPACE FIRST DAY COVER, (#C152), with a hand cancel of Monrovia, Liberia, of May 27, 1963 tieing a 1 stamp, 50c perforated souvenir sheet showing the Telstar communications satellite and a rocket in the background, to cover. Souvenir sheet reads: "Towards Peaceful Uses of Outer Space". No cachet on this cover. pen and rubber stamp address. Cover size 3-1/2 x 6-1/2 inches.

FRG03L0675$3.5006/22/1964F
LIBERIA: ACHIEVEMENTS IN OUTER SPACE FIRST DAY COVER, (#C162), with a hand cancel of Monrovia, Liberia, of June 22, 1964 (1964 year is not clear in cancel) on a 1 stamp (50c) perforated souvenir sheet showing a space capsule being blasted into space (looks like the USA Mercury manned spacecraft).Souvenir sheet reads: "Achievements in Outerspace, Scientific/Peaceful". Souvenir sheet is not tied to the cover. No cachet on this cover. Typed address. Cover size 4-3/4 x 6 inches.

FRG03L0680$4.0010/14/1969F
LIBERIA: APOLLO 11/1st MAN ON MOON FIRST DAY COVER, (#499-501), with a first day of issue hand cancel of Monrovia, of Oct 14, 1969 (cancel is not all readable as most of it falls on the 3 stamps, 15c shows the Apollo 11 moon plaque left on the surface of the moon; 25c shows the first step on the moon and a Liberia stamp (#C154) showing JFK and a rocket on the launch pad; and 35c shows the lunar module lifting off the surface of the moon. With a first day of issue black engraved ARTCRAFT printed cachet (as used for the USA Apollo 11 FDC's) showing the Lunar Lander about to land on the cratered surface of the Moon, the three Apollo Eleven astronauts in their space suits and printed text: "First Day of Issue. Man's First Landing on the Moon. July 20, 1969. NASA. Apollo 11 Astronauts Armstrong, Collins, Aldrin".

FRG03M0390$3.0005/04/1964F
MAURITANIA: SPACE TELECOMMUNICATIONS, SYNCOM SATELLITE FIRST DAY COVER, (#C35), with a first day of issue hand cancel of Nouakchott, Mauritania, May 04, 1964, on 1 stamp: 100f, showing syncom satellite in orbit around the earth. With a blue printed cachet showing a similar scene as depicted on the stamp. First day of issue cachet is in French with a Rooster Logo.

FRG03M0501$4.5012/06/1969F
MEXICO: COMSAT EARTH STATION ANTENNA FIRST DAY COVER, (#C371), with a first day of issue machine cancel of Mexico, Dec. 06, 1969, on 1 stamp: 80c, showing Comsat earth station antenna at Tulancingo, Hidalgo. With a 2 color printed cachet showing a tall building with antenna on top, (probably the earth station building?). First day of issue cachet (#98) is in spanish. Backside of cover has additional details about this earth station in Spanish. Cover is autographed by the stamp designer H. Gonzales.

FRG03M0650$3.0006/13/1987F
MICRONESIA: 25th ANNIVERSARY FIRST AMERICAN TO ORBIT EARTH FIRST DAY COVER, (#56, C28-C30), with a hand cancel of Federated States of Micronesia, June 13, 1987, on 4 stamps: only 1 stamp is a space stamp (#C29): the 39 cent stamp honoring the 25th anniversary of 1st american to orbit earth, showing a Mercury space capsule. With a 2 color official printed cachet with printed text: Events '87 Official First Day Cover, Federated States of Micronesia. (the other 3 stamps on the cover are: 22 United Nations year for the shelter of the homeless; 33 cent 200th anniversary of the dollar currency; 44 cent bicentennial of U.S. constitution).

FRG03M0875$3.0005/03/1963F
MONACO: TELSTAR TELLECOMMUNICATIONS SATELLITE FIRST DAY COVER, (#542), with a first day of issue pictorial hand cancel of Monaco, May 03, 1963, showing a building on 1 stamp: 50c showing Telstar satellite relaying (1st television) signals to earth. Two color printed cachet showing the Telstar satellite over the earth sending and receiving signals from the ground. First day of issue cachet is in French with a Rooster Logo.

FRG03M0880$4.5012/03/1964F
MONACO: JOHN F. KENNEDY/MERCURY SPACE CAPSULE FIRST DAY COVER, (#596), with a first day of issue pictorial hand cancel of Monaco, Dec. 03, 1964, showing air view of Monaco on 1 stamp: 50c showing USA President John F. Kennedy and a Mercury capsule in space, stamp is inscribed with famous JFK quote: "Ask not what your country will do for you, ask what you can do for your country." Multicolored printed cachet showing the Mercury capsule in space over earth against a backdrop of the American flag. First day of issue cachet is in French in memory of John F. Kennedy. printed address.

FRG03M0890$5.0005/04/1970F
MONACO: APOLLO 11 FIRST DAY COVER, (#772-773), with a first day of issue pictorial hand cancel of Monaco, May 04, 1970, showing air view of Monaco on 2 stamps: 40c showing USA Presidents John F. Kennedy and Richard M. Nixon, and the Apollo 11 plaque that was left of the moon with famouse quote: "We came in Peace....etc.", the surface of the moon and an American flag. The 80c stamp shows the Apollo 11 moonlanding with the lunar module and two astronauts on the moon and the Apollo 11 emblem/patch. Multicolored printed cachet showing One astronaut working on the moon with the lunar module in the background. Apollo 11 First day of issue cachet (#232) is in French with a Rooster Logo.

FRG03M0910$3.0004/26/1991F
MONACO: EUROPA 1991 SPACE ISSUES FIRST DAY COVER, (#1760-1761), with a first day of issue pictorial hand cancel of Monaco, April 26, 1991, showing map of europe and the Europa emblem on 2 stamps: 2.30fr stamp showing the Eutelsat satellite above earth, the control center and the Europa emblem. The 3.20fr stamp shows the Inmarsat satellite, a ship, a computer and a man in the field with a mobile antenna and the Europa emblem. Two color official printed cachet showing coat of arms of Monaco. First day of issue cachet is in French. (Cachet in not space related).

FRG03M0990$3.0006/25/1974F
MOZAMBIQUE: INAGURATION OF COMSAT EARTH STATION ANTENNA FIRST DAY COVER,(#510), with a first day of issue hand cancel of L. Marques Mozambique, June 25, 1974, on 1 stamp: 50 c, showing two Comsat earth station antennas. With a blue printed cachet showing a comsat tracking antenna First day of issue cachet for the inaguration of the earth station in Portuguese. (This stamp commemorates the establishment of a communications network via intelsat among countries of Portugal, Angola and Mozambique).

FRG03N0500$3.0007/14/1971F
NEW ZEALAND: OPENING OF SATELLITE EARTH STATION FIRST DAY COVER,(#478-479), with a first day of issue hand cancel of Wellington N.Z., July 14, 1971, on 2 stamps: 8 cents, showing Comsat earth station antenna (located near Warkworth); 10 cents showing communications satellite. With multicolored N.Z. Post Office printed cachet showing concentric circles and dots and printed text: "New Zealand Post Office - First Day Cover. Opening of Satellite Earth Station.". (Both stamps have some unidentified dots in the design with one of the dots being a different color, which I think signifys this particular earth station among all of the other existing comsat earth stations around the world, if you know what these dots represent, please email me).

FRG03O1000$8.0012/01/1973F
OMAN, STATE OF: SKYLAB FIRST DAY COVER, (This might be a cinderella stamp), with a hand cancel of Arabia, Oman Post, Dec. 1, 1973, on 1 imperforate 2r. stamp showing an Apollo spacecraft with text: "Skylab 1973" and an insert of Sir Winston Churchill. With multicolored printed cachet showing a camel and map of the Oman area with the Arab Gulf, Oman Coast and Arab Sea identified, and printed text: "First Day Cover. Oman Immamate State".

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