Postal Stationery, Letter Sheets, and Postal Cards issued by the United Nations Office in New York add an important element to a U.N. Stamp Collection. The U.N. Postal Authority issued its first stamped envelope (postal stationery) in 1953, 2 years after the first stamp. The issues since have included Air Letters, air mail and regular post, and postal cards.
United Nations Postal Stationery from the Office in Geneva consists of 1 Air Letter Sheet based on the 1972 design of the United Nations New York Air Letter Sheet. Beginning in 1969 the United Nations Geneva Post Office has issued 22 postal cards, many with scenes of the art and architecture of the U.N. Geneva Palais des Nations.
United Nations Postal Stationery of Vienna includes envelope 'entires', air letter sheets and postal cards. Much of the theme around the issues depict the Vienna International Center. Add these attractive issues to your collection for an added element of completeness to your United Nations Collection.