For the 1994 Olympics issue, artist Cindy Warren used watercolor
pencils to create interactive cachets that reflect the multi-colored
designs of the stamps themselves. Each cachet has been drawn and
colored by hand, without mechanical reproduction of any kind.
Every cover is a unique creation, patterned from Cindy's original
designs; and each cachet is intended to complement the subject
of the stamp, not to compete with it.
As you see, each scene is being observed by Cindy's cat - the logo in the corner. (The cat is made from her initials: CLW.) The back of every cover bears Cindy's signature, and a sequential number for the set.
Only 70 sets of these covers were made. It is our privilege to offer the set of five at the modest price of $19.95 per set, plus $1.00 postage in U.S. ($2.00 postage outside U.S.) Three sets are available at $49.95, plus $2.00 postage in U.S. ($4.00 postage outside U.S.) ILLINOIS RESIDENTS: Add 7% sales tax.
We're sure that you'll enjoy owning these covers as much as
Cindy enjoyed making them.
To order this set of covers, please specific the number of sets that you are ordering, and specify order number CW-94-1. Send check or money order in U.S. funds to:
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