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  • If you're a collector, it is definitely a nice piece and a wonderful way to recall a well-loved TV series

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      As a stamp collector and a huge Star Trek fan, I jumped at the chance to get this cool-looking collectible. The Star Trek 1991 Cachet was issued by Paramount Pictures, in association with the United States Postal Service, in celebration of Star Trek’s twenty-fifth anniversary.


      an awesome display piece. The envelope has vivid colors that jump out, off the envelope, at the viewer. The images of Kirk, Spock, and McCoy (William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, and DeForest Kelley, respectively) are dramatic and eye-catching.

      The Star Trek 1991 Cachet is stamped with a picture of the Enterprise and stamped in Hollywood on the anniversary date of the Star Trek premier — September 8, 1991. The envelope came in a very sturdy and clear plastic container. It’s kept my treasure well protected over the years.

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      • Star Trek 1991 Cachet
      a wonderful conversation piece. I’ve had people spot it and point it out, starting a conversation about a common interest we may not know we have. Even another family member who really isn’t into Trek at all commented on it as being an attractive
      piece to have on display.

      The Star Trek 1991 Cachet was a limited edition piece, but collectors do sell them. I’ve seen them occasionally on the internet. If you’re a collector, it is definitely a nice piece and a wonderful way to recall a well-loved TV series.

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