Canada Post is celebrating the centennial anniversary of the Toronto Maple Leafs by issuing three new commemorative stamps, including one with a miniature fabric crest attached.
The special fabric crest stamp depicts the sweater worn by Maple Leafs captain Ted (Teeder) Kennedy during the 1949-50 NHL season, with the Leafs crest in fabric. The crest is made with real fabric, a first for Canada Post. Kennedy played centre for the Leafs between 1942-43 and 1956-57, captaining the team for eight years.
Silver Logo Stamps and Puck-Shaped Stamps
The commemorative issue also includes both a booklet of 10 new silver logo stamps and a coil of 50 puck-shaped stamps in Maple Leaf blue. The fabric crest stamp is available only as a commemorative souvenir sheet.
The silver logo domestic-rate stamp is available in a booklet of 10 for $8.50. A 50-stamp coil of the blue puck-shaped stamp is offered with a complementary puck-shaped dispenser. A fabric patch souvenir sheet comes in a collectible folder and sells for $5. Official First Day Covers of all three stamps are available as a set for $9.70.
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