Three of them are the same with the picture of the monument in Rakhiv, Ukraine. They were made in 1991. One envelope is older and more yellowish, it was made in 1982. There is a picture of a butterfly on it.
The envelopes have a special grid and sample digits for writing post code. It was really easy to write the code correctly and clearly, even for those with bad handwriting.
6,3'' x 4,3'' (16 x 11 cm)
All envelopes were made at The Perm Printing Factory, Russia. It was one of the largest envelope manufacturers which even produced envelopes for export – to Cuba, Bulgaria, Poland, Hungary, Mongolia.
The envelopes may be used in art projects, making memorable and thoughtful invitations, organizing and storing papers and small ephemera. Or just add them to your collection.
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