Commemorative stamp is referring to a stamp designed to commemorate current or historic events and personalities and nowadays on sale for only a limited period.

A Guernsey Post commemorative issue is generally withdrawn one day less than a year after its issue.
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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): stampers, Stamps

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