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1990 Issues

Australia Day
Designer: Celia Rosser - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
Regarded as Australia's national flower, the Golden Wattle was proclaimed just that in September, 1988, this stamp is a perfect look at the grace & beauty of the Golden Wattle, a gutter strip was also overprinted for the AUSTAMP '90 Stamp Exhibition on 16 March, 1990, but I do not have a scan.
Issued 17 January with perforation 14.6 x 14.4

989-1-1 41c Golden Wattle

Sport Definitives
Series 2, Part 2
Designers: Sue Passmore & Russell Bevers - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This part of the issue has had a number of perforations, with the exception of the 5c, all stamps have had two different perforations, the first issue had one perforation while a number of reprints were issued with a different perforation.
There have been a number of Sport issues, Series 1, February, 1989; Series 2, Part 1, August, 1989; the $4.10 Booklet was overprinted AUSTAMP '90 Exhibition, March 1990 (five issues down); Series 2, Part 2, January, 1990 (below); Series 2, Part 3, May, 1990 (twelve issues down); Series 2, Part 4, August, 1990 (eighteen Issues down); Series 2, Part 5, August, 1990 (eighteen issues down); Series 3, August, 1991, the $1 Specimen stamp was released during 1991, the specimen stamps below were supplied by Steve McTighe for the first and Justin Goode for the second, many thinks guys.
Reprints 5c, 1k 1991, 2k 1993, 3k 1993, 4k 1994, 1R 1997; 10c, 1k 1990, 2k 1992, 3k 1993, 4k 1995; 20c,1k 1991, 2k 1993, 3k 1994; 65c, 1k 1991, 2k 1992, 3k 1997; $1, 1k 1991, 2k 1992, 3k 1993,4k 1994, 1R 1994, 1R1k 1997, 1R2k 1997.
First issued 17 January, then released as below with perforation as shown below
20c Tennis 3k   
990-1-1 5c Kyaking & Canoeing, 1st issue 17 January, perforation 13.33 x 13.6;
991-1-1 10c Sailboarding, 1st issue 17 January, perforation 13.33 x 13.6;
991-1-2 10c Sailboarding, 3rd & 4th reprint issued 1993-94, perforation 14 x 14.4;
992-1-1 20c Tennis, 1st issue 17 January, perforation 13.33 x 13.6;
992-1-2 20c Tennis, 3rd reprint issued 1994, perforation 14 x 14.4;
993-1-1 65c Rock Climbing, 1st issue 17 January, perforation 13.33 x 13.6;
993-1-2 65c Rock Climbing, 2nd reprint 1992, perforation 14 x 14.4
   
994-1-1 $1 Fun Run, 1st issue 17 January, perforation 13.33 x 13.6;
994-1-1 SPEC $1 Fun Run SPECIMEN, perforation 13.33 x 13.6;
994-1-2 $1 Fun Run, 2nd reprint 1992, perforation 14 x 14.4;
994-1-2 SPEC $1 Fun Run SPECIMEN, perforation 14 x 14.4

Thinking of You
Issue 1
Designer: Beverley Graham - Calligraphy: Geoff Rogers - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This is Part 1 of the "Thinking of You" series, there have been three issues in the series & one overprint; Issue 1, February 1990 (below); Issue 2, September, 1990; Issue 3, January, 1992; overprinted for the Australian Stamp Exhibition, Taichung '93, May 1993, this issue was released both as a single stamp & as a booklet of 10 with perforation 13.85 x 13.33 & salutations in the folder e.g. Congratulations, Happy Anniversary, Get Well Soon, Best Wishes, Happy Birthday & Keeping in Touch, all designed to be added to the envelope, when the first booklet reprint was produced (1990), the perforation was changed to 14.6 x 14.4/Imperforate. 
Reprints $4.10 Booklet, 1k 1990.
Issued 7 February with perforation as below

995-1-1 41c Flower Bouquet, perforation 13.85 x 13.33;
995-1-2 41c Flower Bouquet Booklet Stamp, perforation 13.85 x 13.33/Imperforate;
995-1-3 41c Flower Bouquet Booklet Stamp, perforation 14.6 x 14.4/Imperforate
 
995-1-2a BK $4.10 Booklet Cover;
995-1-3a BK $4.10 Booklet Cover

Centenary of Women in Medical Practice
Designer: Priscilla Cutter - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This release marks a century since Constance Stone, the first women doctor was registered in Australia as a medical practitioner, the design shows Dr. Stone along with the roles images of women in modern medicine.
Issued 7 February with perforation 14.4 x 14.6

996-1-1 41c Dr. Constance Stone

Animals of the High Country
Designer: David Higgins - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
The selected animals are just four of the many that can be found in the "High Country" or ranges of South Eastern Australia.
Issued 21 February with perforation 13.85 x 13.3
  
997-1-1 41c Greater Glider;
998-1-1 65c Spotted-tailed Quoll;
999-1-1 70c Mountain Pygmy Possum;
1000-1-1 80c Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby

Community Health
Designer: Alex Stitt - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This issue focuses on major health problems in the Australian Community and on the early detection and treatment of diseases.
Issued 14 March with perforation 13.85 x 13.3

1001-1-1 41c Smoking "WE'RE GOING TO QUIT";
1002-1-1 41c Alcohol "DRINKING AND DRIVING , DON'T MIX"
1003-1-1 41c Nutrition "NO JUNK FOOD PLEASE";
1004-1-1 41c Screening "GUESS WHO'S JUST HAD A CHECKUP"

Sport Definitives
$4.10 Stamp Booklet
Overprinted
AUSTAMP '90
Designer: Sue Passmore & Russell Bevers - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
The first issue in the Sport series was in 1989, the designs incorporate a number of sport orientated interests popular in Australia, there were a number of reprints.  
There have been a number of Sport issues, Series 1, February, 1989; Series 2, Part 1, August, 1989; the $4.10 Booklet was overprinted AUSTAMP '90 Exhibition, March 1990 (below); Series 2, Part 2, January, 1990 (five issues up); Series 2, Part 3, May, 1990 (seven issues down); Series 2, Part 4, August, 1990 (thriteen issues down); Series 2, Part 5, August, 1990 (fourteen issues down); Series 3, August, 1991.
Issued 16 March with perforation 14 x 14.4/Imperforate

972-1-2a BK OP Overprinted $4.10 Booklet Cover

The Anzac Tradition
Designer: Otto Schmidinger & Christine Stead - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This issue presents a montage of images focusing on the experience of war both at the front and at home, the & .10 Specimens were released during 1991, but are listed below. (The S1.10 Specimen below was supplied by Russell Walsh of California), the 65c stamp (1007) below was reproduced on 21 April 2005 as a sheetlet being a part of the Australia and War Prestige Booklet issue (page 36).
Issued 12 April with perforation 14.6 x 14.4
   
1005-1-1 41c At the Front;
1006-1-1 41c They Also Serve;
1007-1-1 65c Lest We Forget;
1008-1-1 $1 Casualties;
1009-1-1 $1.10 News;
1008-1-1 SPEC $1 Casualties SPECIMEN;
1009-1-1 SPEC $1.10 News SPECIMEN

Birthday of Queen Elizabeth II
Designer: Lynette Brown, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This issue celebrates the 64th birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the design is of Her Majesty with a bouquet of Australian flowers, presented to Her after a Royal Gala Performance of the Australian Ballet.
Issued 19 April with perforation:14.6 x 14.4

1010-1-1 41c Queen Elizabeth II

Frama Labels
Australian Fauna - Frilled Neck Lizard
Overprinted
ESSEN Stamp Fair, Germany
Vending Machine Issue
Designer: Russell Bevers - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This label, the fifth in the Australian fauna series (the Frilled Neck Lizard) this one with the value of $1 was overprinted & issued at the ESSEN Stamp Fair, Germany between 19 & 22 April, 1990 from an Australian Post machine on-site at the Expo and Imprinted B90.  
There have been a number of issues of Frama Labels,
Issued 19 April with perforation Imperforate

976-1-9 OP $1 Frilled Neck Lizard Overprinted
ESSEN Stamp Fair, Germany, Imprint B90

Colonial Collection Series
150th Anniversary of the First Postage Stamp
Part 2
Designer: Jim Passmore, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
The first adhesive postage stamp was issued by Great Britain on 1 May, 1840, this issue commemorates that beginning, with six 41c stamps with six of Australia's early colonial stamps reproduced on the new stamps (stamp on stamp), a Se-tenant six stamp block was released along with a miniature sheet, the miniature sheet was also overprinted "Stamp World London '90 Exhibition - 3 and 13 May, 1990" (one issue down)
There were four parts in this series, Part 1, 10 May, 1989; Part 2, 3 May, 1990 (below); Miniature Sheet overprinted Stamp World London '90, 3 May, 1990 (one issue down); Part 3, 16 May, 1990 (two issues down); Part 4, 12 July, 1990 five issues down).
Issued 1 May with perforation 13.3 x 13.85
  
1011-1-1 41c 1861 5/- Purple Coin, New South Wales;
1012-1-1 41c 1855 1/- Violet Queen, South Australia;
1013-1-1 41c 1853 1d Orange Queen, Van Dieman's Land;
1014-1-1 41c 1867 5/- Blue on Yellow Laureate, Victoria;
1015-1-1 41c 1897 6d Green Queen, Queensland;
1016-1-1 41c 1854 4d Blue Inverted Swan, Western Australia

1011-1-1_1016-1-1 MS Miniature Sheet (stamped First Day Of Issue);
1011-1-1_1016-1-1 GS Six Stamp Gutter Strip
1011-1-1_1016-1-1 SS Six Stamp Se-tenant Block, (Melbourne GPO cancel)
 
150th Anniversary of the First Postage Stamp
Miniature Sheet
Overprinted
Stamp World London '90
3 May to 13 May, 1990
Designer: Jim Passmore, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
The original issue for this set is listed above, this miniature sheet was overprinted Stamp World London '90, 3 to 13 May, 1990 (shown below)
There were four parts in this series, Part 1, 10 May, 1989; Part 2, 3 May, 1990 (one issue up); Miniature Sheet overprinted Stamp World London '90, 3 May, 1990 (below); Part 3, 16 May, 1990 (three issues down); Part 4, 12 July, 1990 (four issues down).
Issued 3 May with perforation 13.3 x 13.85

1011-1-1_1016-1-1 MS OP Overprinted Miniature Sheet

The Peel & Stick Issues were introduced with the following release, in future the Peel & Stick issues will be allocated their own area for listing, separate to the Lick & Stick issues, the reprint codes for this type of release are listed on the backing area of the Peel & Stick backing paper or the Booklets themselves.

Sports Definitives
Series 2, Part 3
Self Adhesive Peel & Stick
Designer: Geoff Cook - Typography: Sue Passmore, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Permara Labels
This issue is the first time "Peel & Stick" stamps were issued, the release was in boxes of 100 stamps in a continuous roll, a three strip set was also released for collectors, the perforation was "simulated" by rotary cutting tools, this stamp was actually first released in August, 1989 in the Lick & Stick as Series 2, Part 1.
There have been a number of Sport issues, Series 1, February, 1989; Series 2, Part 1, August, 1989; the $4.10 Booklet was overprinted AUSTAMP '90 Exhibition, March 1990 (six issues up); Series 2, Part 2, January, 1990 (eleven issues up); Series 2, Part 3, May, 1990 (below); Series 2, Part 4, August, 1990 (seven issues down); Series 2, Part 5, August, 1990 (eight issues down); Series 3, August, 1991.
I do not have a scan of the box this stamp was released in.
Issued 16 May with perforation Simulated Die-cut

972-1-3 41c Cycling Peel & Stick

Colonial Collection Series
Gold Fever
Part 3
Designer: Bruce Weatherhead - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This release represents aspects of early life in the gold fields of the 1850's.
There were four parts in this series, Part 1, 10 May, 1989; Part 2, 3 May, 1990 (three issues up); Miniature Sheet overprinted Stamp World London '90, 3 May, 1990 (two issues up); Part 3, 16 May, 1990 (below); Part 4, 12 July, 1990 (two issues down).
Issued 16 May with perforation 13.14
  
1017-1-1 41c Off to the Diggings;
1018-1-1 41c The Diggings;
1019-1-1 41c Panning for Gold;
1020-1-1 41c Gold Commissioner's Tent;
1021-1-1 41c The Gold Escort

1017-1-1_1021-1-1 SS Se-tenant Strip of Five

Scientific Co-operation in Antarctica
Designers: Yuri Artsimenev, USSR (Glaciology) & Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd
This is the first joint the USSR, the theme is scientific co-operation in Antarctica, where both countries are conducting field research, a miniature sheet was also released, this sheet was also overprinted with the New Zealand 1990 logo in gold foil as a souvenir for the NZ 1990 - World Stamp Exhibition on 24 August, 1990, (four sets down), the $1.10 Specimen was released during 1991, but is listed below.
(The S1.10 Specimen below was supplied by Russell Walsh of California)
Issued 13 June with perforation 14.4 x 14.6

1022-1-1 41c Glaciology;
1023-1-1 $1.10 Marine Biology;
1023-1-1 SPEC $1.10 Marine Biology SPECIMEN

1022-1-1_1023-1-1 MS $1.51 Miniature Sheet

Colonial Collection Series
Boomtime
Part 4
Designer: Brian Clinton - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This last issue of the Colonial Collection looks at the Boomtime years between 1870 & 1890, the five stamps were released in a Se-tenant Strip. 
There were four parts in this series, Part 1, 10 May, 1989; Part 2, 3 May, 1990 (five issues up); Miniature Sheet overprinted Stamp World London '90, 3 May, 1990 (four issues up); Part 3, 16 May, 1990 (two issues up); Part 4, 12 July, 1990 (below).
Issued 12 July with perforation 13.14

1024-1-1 41c Land Boom;
1025-1-1 41c Building Boom;
1026-1-1 41c Investment Boom;
1027-1-1 41c Retail Boom;
1028-1-1 41c Factory Boom

1024-1-1_1028-1-1 SS Se-tenant Strip of Five

Gardens Definitives
Part 3
Designer: Jim Passmore, Australia Post Graphic Design Printer: CPE Australia Ltd.
The design for this issue is the painting by John Glover, "A View of the Artist's House and Garden in Mills Plains, Van Dieman's Land", the painting is housed at the South Australian Art Gallery after being purchased by the Morgan Thomas Bequest Fund in 1951.
There were a number of garden issues, Part 1, April, 1989; Part 2, September, 1989; Part 3, August, 1990 (below).
(The S1.10 Specimen below was supplied by Russell Walsh of California)
Issued 15 August with perforation 14.4 x 14
 
1029-1-1 $20 John Glover Painting
1029-1-1 SPEC $20 John Glover Painting SPECIMEN

Urban Environment
Vending Machine Folder
Overprinted Folder
"NZ 1990"
Photographer: Sally Newell - Typography: Carolyn Limonta, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This booklet first issued in September, 1989, and is overprinted here NZ '90 in gold foil for the World Stamp Exhibition, 24 August to 2 September, 1990 (below), held in New Zealand.
Issued 24 August with perforation 15½ x Rouletted

973-1-1_975-1-1a BK OP $3 Booklet Cover Overpinted NZ 1990

973-1-1_975-1-1 BK OP First Reprint Booklet Pane

Scientific Co-operation in Antarctica
Overprinted Miniature Sheet
"NZ '90"
Designers: Yuri Artsimenev, USSR (Glaciology) & Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd
This miniature sheet first issued in June, 1990 (four issues up), and was overprinted NZ '90 logo in gold foil for the New Zealand International Stamp Exhibition, 24 August, 1990 (below).
Issued 24 August with perforation 14.4 x 14.6

1022-1-1_1023-1-1 MS OP Overprinted Miniature Sheet

Sport Definitives
Series 2, Part 4
Designer: Geoff Cook - Typography: Sue Passmore, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This issue was necessitated by a rise in the standard postal rate to 43c, the 43c stamp was also released in Peel & Stick format (see next ilisting), while the $1.20 stamp was released with two perforations, 13.33 x 13.6 & 14.4 x 14.6.
There have been a number of Sport issues, Series 1, February, 1989; Series 2, Part 1, August, 1989; the $4.10 Booklet was overprinted AUSTAMP '90 Exhibition, March 1990 (thirteen issues up); Series 2, Part 2, January, 1990 (eighteen issues up); Series 2, Part 3, May, 1990 (seven issues up); Series 2, Part 4, August, 1990 (below); Series 2, Part 5, August, 1990 (one issue down); Series 3, August, 1991, the $1.20 Specimen was released during 1991, but is listed below.
Reprints $4.30 booklets, 1k 1991, 2k 1992, 3k 1992, 4k 1992, 43c, 1k 1990, 2kl 1991, 3k 1991, 4k 1992, 1R 1992; $1.20, 1k 1991.
Issued 27 August with perforation as below

1030-1-1 43c Skateboarding, perforation 14 x 14.4;
1030-1-2 43c Skateboarding, perforation 14 x 14.4/Imperforate;
1031-1-1 $1.20 Hang Gliding, perforation 13.33 x 13.6;
1031-1-2 $1.20 Hang Gliding, perforation 14.4 x 14.6;
1031-1-1 SPEC $1.20 Hang Gliding, SPECIMEN, perforation 13.33 x 13.6

1030-1-2a BK $4.30 Booklet Cover

1030-1-2 BKa $4.30 Booket Pane, Mellbourne GPO cancel

1030-1-2 BKb $4.30 Booklet Pane (First Day Issue)

Sport Definitives
Series 2, Part 5
Self Adhesive Peel & Stick
Designer: Geoff Cook - Typography: Sue Passmore, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Permara Labels.
This is the second time "Peel & Stick" stamps were issued, the release was in boxes of 100 stamps in a continuous roll and boxes of 200 were released in the fifth reprint, a three strip set was also released for collectors, the perforation was "simulated" by rotary cutting tools.
There have been a number of Sport issues, Series 1, February, 1989; Series 2, Part 1, August, 1989; the $4.10 Booklet was overprinted AUSTAMP '90 Exhibition, March 1990 (fourteen issues up); Series 2, Part 2, January, 1990 (nine issues up); Series 2, Part 3, May, 1990 (eight issues up); Series 2, Part 4, August, 1990 (one issue up); Series 2, Part 5, August, 1990 (below); Series 3, August, 1991,.
Reprints $43.00 Boxes 1k 1991, 2k 1992, 3k 1992, 4k 1992.
Issued 27 August with perforation Simulated
 
1030-1-3 43c Skateboarding, Peel & Stick
koala 4b 4th Reprint Code, Peel & Stick

Thinking of You
Issue 2
Designer: Beverley Graham - Calligraphy: Geoff Rogers - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This design was first released in February, 1990 as a 41c stamp (see 995-1-1; 995-1-2 & 995-1-3 [ninetreen issues up]), this stamp has had a value and a colour change, the first Booklets contained 10 gummed salutation labels, later booklets contained 8 Peel & Stick labels.
There have been three issues & one overprint: Issue 1, February 1990 (nineteen issues up); Issue 2, September, 1990 (below); Issue 3, January, 1992; overprinted for the Australian Stamp Exhibition, Taichung '93, May 1993.  Reprints 43c, 1k 1991; $4.30 Booklets 1k 1991, 2k 1991.
Issued 3 September with perforation as below

995-2-1 43c Flower Bouquet, perforation 14.4 x 14.4;
995-2-2 43c Flower Bouquet Booklet Stamp, perforation 14.4 x 14.4/Imperforate;
995-2-2a BK $4.30 Booklet Cover

Heidelberg and Heritage
Vending Machine Booklets
Designer: Sandra Baker, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
The designs for these stamps were exhibited at the Heidelberg and Heritage Exhibition, the booklet was issued with two different perforations15.5 x Imperforate &
14.6 x Imperforate, the two booklets were identical, only the perforations were different, booklets with both perforations were overprinted for the NORPEX '91 Exhibition, Newcastle, 5 & 6 October, 1991Salmon Gums is a small town in Western Australia located 106 km north of Esperance on the Coolgardie-Esperance Highway. The name is derived from a prominent stretch of Eucalyptus salmonophloia (Salmon Gum) trees which formed a landmark in the town's early days.
Issued 3 September with perforation as below

1032-1-1 28c Salmon Gums, perforation 15.5 x Imperforate;
1032-1-2 28c Salmon Gums, perforation 14.5 x Imperforate;
1033-1-1 43c Blue Dress, perforation 15.5 x Imperforate;
1033-1-2 43c Blue Dress, perforation 14.6 x Imperforate
The next listing below could be either perforation
 
1032-1-1_1033-1-1a BK or 1032-1-2_1033-1-2a BK $2 Booklet Cover;
1032-1-1_1033-1-1 BK or 1032-1-2_1033-1-2 BK $2 Booklet Pane

Frama Labels
Issue 7
Australian Fauna - Koala
Vending Machine Issue
Designer: Russell Bevers - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
The Frama machines have been installed in a number of locations throughout Australia, Sydney (2000), Canberra (2601), Melbourne (3000), Brisbane (4000), Adelaide (5000), Darwin (0800), Perth (6000), Hobart (7000) & Other Offices (no Postcode) values from 1c to $20.00 were able to be produced, this design, the sixth in the Australian fauna series, is the Koala, it was also overprinted for the NORPEX '91 Exhibition at Newcastle, 5-6 October, 1991.
There have been a number of issues of Frama Labels,
Issued 3 September with perforation Imperforate
    
1034-1-1 43c Sydney 2000 postcode;
1034-1-2 43c Canberra 2601 postcode;
1034-1-3 43c Melbourne 3000 postcode;
1034-1-4 43c Brisbane 4000 postcode;
1034-1-5 43c Adelaide 5000 postcode;
1034-1-6 43c Darwin 0800 postcode
1034-1-7 43c Perth 6000 postcode;
1034-1-8 43c Hobart 7000 postcode;
1034-1-9 2c Other Offices Imprint B64

150 Years of Local Government
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This issue celebrates the elections held in Adelaide to form the first elected local government, the design is of the Adelaide Town Hall.
Issued 31 October with perforation 14.6 x 14.4

1035-1-1 43c Town Hall, Adelaide

Christmas 1990
Designer: Margaret Towt - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
The theme for this Christmas issue is an Australian native bush version of the Nativity, the booklet was also overprinted SYDNEY STAMP & COIN SHOW 2 to 4 November, 1990 (see next issue).
Issued 31 October with perforation as below

1036-1-1 38c Kookaburras, perforation 14.6 x 14.4;
1036-1-2 38c Kookaburras Booklet Stamp, perforation 14.6 x 14.4/Imperforate;
1037-1-1 43c Bush Nativity, perforation 14.4 x 14.6;
1038-1-1 80c Possum, perforation 14.6 x 14.4

1036-1-2a BK $3.80 Booklet Cover

Christmas 1990 Booklet
Overprinted
Sydney Stamp & Coin Show
Designer: Margaret Towt - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This booklet (same as the one above) was overprinted SYDNEY STAMP & COIN SHOW, 2 to 4 November, 1990. (I do not have a copy of this Booklet)
Issued 2 November with perforation 14.4 x 14.6/Imperforate
1036-1-2 BK OP Overprinted $3.80 Booklet Cover