|Definition||:||First Day Cover|
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What does FDC mean?
First Day Cover (FDC) is a stamped envelope, postal card or other postal material that was processed at the post office where the stamp was issued, and has a cancellation indicating the same. First Day Covers are a limited edition piece of postal history and are sought after by collectors around the world.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is the full form of FDC in Postal Markings?
The full form of FDC is First Day Cover