philatelically inspired

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Adjective[edit]

philatelically inspired ‎(comparative more philatelically inspired, superlative most philatelically inspired)

  1. (philately) an item produced by the postal authorities, but intended for stamp collectors rather than normal postage usage.
  2. a normal postal item, altered or enhanced in some way, to increase its appeal to collectors. E.g., first day covers, first flight covers, etc.