Selasa, 6 Februari 2018

Malaysia Stamp Booklet / Buku Setem Malaysia

Menurut WIKIPEDIA:

Buku setem (booklet) merupakan satu lembaran setem yang dimasukkan ke dalam sebuah helaian kertas yang dilipat. Buku ini dikeluarkan pada tarikh yang sama dengan setem peringatan dan Sampul Surat Hari Pertama. Tujuan buku setem adalah memudahkan setem di bawa kemana-mana. Di Malaysia, biasanya 10 setem berdenominasi 30 sen diletakan di dalam buku setem (berdasarkan harga bayaran pengeposan surat biasa di bawah 50 gram). Walaubagaimanapun, mulai 2010, 10 setem berdenominasi 30 sen diletakan setelah harga bayaran pos telah meningkat kepada 60 sen bagi surat tidak melebihi 50 gram.

A postage stamp booklet is a booklet made up of one or more small panes of postage stamps in a cardboard cover. Booklets are often made from sheets especially printed for this purpose, with a narrow selvage at one side of the booklet pane for binding. From the cutting, the panes are usually imperforate on the edges of the booklet. Smaller and easier to handle than a whole sheet of stamps, in many countries booklets have become a favoured way to purchase stamps.

Booklets of telegraph stamps are known to have been issued by the California State Telegraph Company in 1870, and by Western Union in 1871, and on 14 October 1884 an A.W. Cooke of Boston received Patent 306,674 from the United States Patent Office for the idea of putting postage stamps into booklets.

Luxembourg was the first country to issue booklets, in 1895, followed by Sweden in 1898, the United States in 1900 and Great Britain in 1904. The idea became popular and quickly spread around the world.

Originally booklets were produced manually, by separating sheets into smaller panes and binding those. These are not distinguishable from the sheet stamps. Later, the popularity of booklets meant that it was worthwhile to produce booklet panes directly; printing onto large sheets, then cutting into booklet panes each with a small number of stamps, and perforating between the stamps of each pane. Such sheets, in fact, were created to produce the earliest United States booklets, printed from special plates that yielded sheets of 180 or 360 stamps for cutting into panes of six stamps each. (Normal sheets containing 400 stamps were deemed unusable for booklets because they could not be cut into six-stamp panes without leaving waste.) Booklet stamps so produced usually have 1, 2, or 3 straight edges (although some booklet panes have been printed 3 stamps across, and the middle stamps will have perforations all around). The first two U. S. booklet issues (1900 and 1903) offered only stamps denominated at the normal letter rate (2¢), but in 1907 booklets were introduced containing 1¢ stamps suitable for post cards.

Some countries, such as Sweden, routinely issue a single stamp design in coils, booklets, and sheets. The complete stamp collection will contain examples of each of these. Some collectors specialize in collecting the booklets themselves, or whole panes from a booklet; these often sell at a premium over the equivalent number of stamps. The oldest types of booklets were not much noticed at the time, nearly all used for postage, and intact booklets are quite rare today.
 
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- Album ini memuatkan koleksi 30 buah isu koleksi booklet sejak keluaran 1995. saya menanggalkan setem pada kulit buku untuk disusun dalam album ini. Untuk bukan pengumpul setem, jika mahu melihat bagaimana rupa kulit dan keseluruhan apa yang dikatakan dengan booklet ini boleh sahaja google. Maaf, kulit untuk setiap booklet ini entah mana letaknya untuk dikongsikan paparan fotonya.
 
- Ada  booklet set yang saya tidak miliki iaitu Agro Based Product 1986 yang memaparkan keseluruhan 14 negeri di Malaysia bernilai muka $2. Harga untuk keseluruhan set ini diluar kemampuan. Mungkin ada rezeki mendatang siapa yang tahu.
 
- Senarai koleksi dalam album ini




Date

Issue

1.

10/04/1995

The Marine Paradise - Coral 20 cent

2.

10/04/1995

The Marine Paradise - Coral 30 cent

3.

26/06/1995

 Turtles Of Malaysia

4.

23/12/1995

Proton Cars

5.

27/09/1996

Butterflies of Malaysia

6.

01/03/1997

Light Rail Transit System

7.

07/05/1997

Highland Flowers of Malaysia

8.

25/08/1997

PPSEAWA International Conference 97’

9.

14/08/1999

Tress of Malaysia

10.

15/04/2000

Traditional Boats of Malaysia

11.

25/11/2000

Dragonflies & Damselflies

12.

09/07/2000

Malaysian Made Vehicles (Series II)

13.

24/05/2003

Historical Places - Clock Towers

14.

11/10/2003

50th  World Children's Day Celebration

15.

04/11/2004

Traditional Transportation

16.

07/03/2005

Proton Gen.2, Proton's New Generation

17.

09/06/2005

100 Years of University Malaya

18.

19/03/2007

Visit Malaysia 2007

19.

26/06/2007

Traditional Children's Folk-Tales

20.

31/08/2007

50th Anniversary of Malaysia Independence

21.

24/04/2008

Butterflies Of Malaysia

22.

01/12/2008

Malaysian Cartoons - LAT

23.

23/03/2009

Traditional Wedding Costumes

24.

31/08/2009

1Malaysia People First Performance Now

25.

22/06/2010

125 Years of Malayan Railways

26.

10/08/2010

Traditional Festive Food

27.

28/03/2011

Spices

28.

10/10/2011

Post Boxes

29.

21/06/2012

Traditional Livelihood

30.

2017

Sea Games 2017 – Unissued Setenant Strip (non booklet)

31.

18/07/2011

Royal Palace – Istana Negara, Kuala Lumpur

32.

18/07/2011

Royal Palace – Istana Besar Seri Menanti, Negeri Sembilan Darul Khusus

33.

18/07/2011

Royal Palace – Istana Alam Shah, Selangor Darul Ehsan

34.

18/07/2011

Royal Palace – Istana Arau, Perlis Indera Kayangan

35.

18/07/2011

Royal Palace – Istana Maziah, Terengganu Darul Iman

36.

18/07/2011

Royal Palace – Istana Anak Bukit, Kedah Darul Aman

37.

18/07/2011

Royal Palace – Istana Balai Besar, Kelantan Darul Naim

38.

18/07/2011

Royal Palace – Istana Abu Bakar, Pahang Darul Makmur

39.

18/07/2011

Royal Palace – Istana Besar, Johor Darul Takzim

40.

18/07/2011

Royal Palace – Istana Iskandariah, Perak Darul Ridzuan
 





 

 




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