Rep India – FDC “Madam Bhijkaiji Cama” by PnT UNC Rare (FDC2)


Envelop size:  8.8 cm x 15.2 cm

Bhikaiji Cama, née Bhikaiji Patel, Bhikaiji also spelled Bhikaji, also known as Madame Cama, (born September 24, 1861, Bombay [now Mumbai], India—died August 13, 1936, Bombay), Indian political activist and advocate for women’s rights who had the unique distinction of unfurling the first version of the Indian national flag—a tricolour of green, saffron, and red stripes—at the International Socialist Congress held at Stuttgart, Germany, in 1907.

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First Day Cover (FDC) – A philatelic cover franked with a newly issued postage stamp and bearing the postmark of the first day of issue and an officially chosen place of issue.


First Day Cover


1861 – 1936

Postage Stamp cancelled at Shilling Post Office on 26.1.1962


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