Dragon Cards logo

First Day Cover Cards
by Lloyd A. de Vries

Index
  • Home
  • Complete list of Dragon Cards
  • 2015 Dragon Cards
  • 2014 Dragon Cards
  • 2013 Dragon Cards
  • 2012 Dragon Cards
  • 2011 Dragon Cards
  • 2010 Dragon Cards
  • 2009 Dragon Cards
  • 2008 Dragon Cards
  • 2007 Dragon Cards
  • 2006 Dragon Cards
  • 2005 Dragon Cards
  • 2004 Dragon Cards
  • 2003 Dragon Cards
  • 2002 Dragon Cards
  • 2001 Dragon Cards
  • 2000 Dragon Cards
  • 1999 Dragon Cards
  • 1998 Dragon Cards
  • 1997 Dragon Cards
  • 1996 Dragon Cards
  • 1980s Dragon Cards
  • Black History
  • Canadian Dragon Cards
  • Celebrate the Century
  • Clearance
  • Coils
  • First Dragon Card
  • Flowers
  • Foreign Dragon Cards
  • Just One Left
  • Statue of Liberty
  • Lunar New Year
  • Music
  • Railways
  • Space
  • Sports
  • The Virtual Stamp Club
  • Email to DragonCards@pobox.com


  • 2010 Issues
    Click on the thumbnails for bigger images
    Click on the issue name to go to that section:

    Seabiscuit env. C2C reprint (page 1)
    Year of the Tiger (page 1)
    Distinguished Sailors (page 1)
    Royal Society (Franklin) (page 1)
    Bill Mauldin (page 2)
    Cowboys of the Silver Screen (page 2)
    Animal Rescue (Shelter Pets) (this page)
    Katharine Hepburn (this page)
    Monarch Butterfly (this page)
    Kate Smith (this page)
    Oscar Micheaux (next page)
    Negro Leagues Baseball (next page)
    Sunday Funnies (next page)
    Celebrate Scouting (page 5)
    Winslow Homer (page 5)
    Forevergreens (page 6)
    Forever Coils (page 6)

    Animal Rescue (Shelter Pets)

    Dgn 368

    Dgn 368: Sc. 4451-60 Shelter Pets — the 5 cat stamps on a 5”x7” Dragon Card featuring a photo of a cat in a cage in an animal shelter in Orange, Virginia. First Day of Issue hand cancel — larger illustration (new window)...$5.00

    Dgn 369

    Dgn 369: Sc. 4451-60 Shelter Pets — the 5 dog stamps on a 5”x7” Dragon Card featuring a photo of a dog in a cage in an animal shelter in Orange, Virginia. First Day of Issue hand cancel — larger illustration (new window)...$5.00

    Dgn 368-9

    Dgn 368-9: Sc. 4451-60 Shelter Pets — set of 2 5”x7” Dragon Cards, one with the 5 cat stamps and a photo of a cat in an animal shelter cage, and the other with the 5 dog stamps and a photo of a dog in an animal shelter cage First Day of Issue hand cancels — larger illustration (new window)...$9.00

    Dgn 369a

    Dgn 369a: Sc. 4451 Shelter Pets — the terrier stamp with Sc. 1307 Humane Treatment of Animals on a 5”x7” Dragon Card featuring a photo of a dog in a cage in an animal shelter in Orange, Virginia.. First Day of Issue hand cancel — larger illustration (new window)...$3.00

    Katharine Hepburn

    Dgn 370

    Dgn 370: Sc. 4461 Katharine Hepburn — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a publicity photo of Hepburn from around the time of “The Philadelphia Story” (1940). First Day of Issue hand cancel — larger illustration (new window)...$2.50

    Dgn 370a

    Dgn 370a: Sc. 4461 Katharine Hepburn — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a publicity photo of Hepburn from around the time of “The Philadelphia Story” (1940). Digital Color Postmark — larger illustration (new window).
    Sold Out!

    Dgn 371

    Dgn 371: Sc. 4461 Katharine Hepburn — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing Cary Grant, Hepburn and James Stewart in a scene from “The Philadelphia Story” (1940). Each star’s Legends of Hollywood stamp is tied by the Hepburn First Day of Issue hand cancel — larger illustration (new window)...$4.00

    Dgn 372

    Dgn 372: Sc. 4461 Katharine Hepburn — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a scene from “The African Queen” (1951). The Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn Legends of Hollywood stamps are tied by the Hepburn First Day of Issue hand cancel — larger illustration (new window).
    Sold Out!

    64¢ Monarch Butterfly

    Dgn 373

    Dgn 373: Sc. 4462 Monarch Butterfly — 5”x7” Dragon Card with a close-up photograph of a Monarch Butterfly. First Day of Issue hand cancel — larger illustration (new window).
    Sold Out!

    Dgn 373a

    Dgn 373a: Sc. 4462 on a 5”x7” Dragon Card with a close-up photograph of a Monarch Butterfly. JAF Station NYC black plug cancel that was only available on the first day of issue — larger illustration (new window).
    Sold Out!

    Dgn 373b

    Dgn 373b: Sc. 4462 Monarch Butterfly — 5”x7” Dragon Card with a close-up photograph of a Monarch Butterfly. With a block of 4 of Sc. 1712-5 Butterflies (1977) and the First Day of Issue hand cancel — larger illustration (new window)...$3.50

    Dgn 374

    Dgn 374: Sc. 4462 Monarch Butterfly and Sc. 4450 Love/Pansies — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a color photo of a monarch butterfly alighting on pansies. Each stamp is tied by its own First Day of Issue hand cancel — larger illustration (new window)...$3.50

    Kate Smith

    Dgn 375

    Dgn 375: Sc. 4463 Kate Smith — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a photo of Smith in a star. Text gives a short biography. First Day of Issue Hand cancel — larger illustration (new window)...$2.50

    Dgn 375a&c

    Dgn 375a&c: Sc. 4463 Kate Smith — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a photo of Smith in a star. Text gives a short biography of Smith. The First Day of Issue hand cancel also ties Sc. 2566 Abbott & Costello: The comedy team made their radio debut on her program, and a month later, first performed for a national audience their famed routine, “Who’s On First?” — larger illustration (new window)...$3.50

    Dgn 375b

    Dgn 375b: Sc. 4463 Kate Smith — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a photo of Smith in a star. Text gives a short biography. Digital Color Postmark — larger illustration (new window)...$3.50

    Dgn 376

    Dgn 376: Sc. 4463 Kate Smith — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a photo of Smith, Irving Berlin and Smith’s announcer/manager, Ted Collins, shortly after she premiered the song “God Bless America” on her radio show, November 10, 1938. The Irving Berlin stamp (Sc. 3669) is also tied by the First Day of Issue hand cancel — larger illustration (new window)...$4.00

    Dgn 376a

    Dgn 376a: Sc. 4463 Kate Smith — 5”x7” Dragon Card showing a photo of Smith, Irving Berlin and Smith’s announcer/manager, Ted Collins, shortly after she premiered the song “God Bless America” on her radio show, November 10, 1938. The Irving Berlin stamp (Sc. 3669) is also tied by the Digital Color Postmark — larger illustration (new window)...$5.00


    More 2010 issues