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Here are some covers franked with Neopost TM stamps.

Rare Offical Neopost FDC - Hewitt 2 Activation
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Above is an Official Neopost First Day Cover made at the activation of the Hewitt 2 Kiosk location (note the city on the cancel). Hewitt Associates TM requested a special cache design. The USPS was on hand at the Hewitt 2 kiosk location to cancel 25 covers.The covers were distributed among USPS, Hewitt Associates TM.  and Neopost TM. It is estimated that Neopost retained 5 covers. 

FDC Cover for 10-stamp sheets
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Unique and First 80c Neopost Cover
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First FDC with the Neopost 80c stamp. This is the unique and rare 80c Unofficial Baltimore First Day Cover (Neopost TM did not create any covers with the 80c stamp as part of their Offical First Day Cover ceremonies).  This is one of the key covers in the premier Unoffical FDC set from the Baltimore kiosk (initial activation after the June 30, 2002 Postal Rate change) collection owned by Cynthia Gomez (my wife).
















Johns Hopkins Graduate Degree Announcement Cover
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The above images are of a 2002 cover that I made with my Johns Hopkins University graduate degree announcement. The addressee moved and the cover was returned to me. Only 35 of these were made and mailed to relatives and close friends. This cover still has its embossed seal intact.
















Address Change Cover
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Prior to the switch over to the 10-stamp sheets, I moved to an apartment while my new house was being constructed. I addressed this cover to my old address while I lived at the apartment. Cover is dated 15 July 2002.

Left Over Cachet from Baltimore FDC
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After making the Baltimore FDC (July 3, 2002), I hand stamped the remaining cachets with the Washington DC postmark.

Postcard
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Prior to the switch over to the 10-stamp sheets, I moved to an apartment while my new house was being constructed. I addressed this  postcard to my old address while I lived at the apartment. Cover is dated 15 July 2002.

Anthrax Screening?
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Here is a postcard with the Neopost Ns remaining (after being sanitized for biological contaminants?). Postmark is 12 March 2003.
 

Multiple Denominations
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Another 15 July 2003 cover with 23c and 37c stamps (both stamps have the same control number).

Sheet Cover
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Here is a rare dated sheet cover. Postmarks are May 19, 2003. This is the only full sheet cover that I made after the Baltimore FDC (July 2002). This is also the only cover in which stamps have the same control numbers.