[Envelopes] Asean Post (National Costume)

[Envelope] Asean Post (National Costume) Pos Malaysia special edition stamps, namely ASEAN Post – National Costumes display visual ethnic costumes that are commonly worn by Malaysians who show their vibrant cultural heritage. The national costumes of Malaysia are of the clothes that often dressed in by the Malays in which it has been worn for a long time, these are baju Melayu for male and baju kurung for women.
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[Envelope] Asean Post (National Costume) consist of:-

10 units Envelope RM 0.50

[Envelope] Asean Post (National Costume) consist of:-

10 units Envelope RM 0.50

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