An Encore Performance of José Ferrer First Day of Issue Ceremony

If you weren’t able to make it to the José Ferrer (Forever®) First Day of Issue ceremony in April, this video of the entire dedication will catch you up on everything you missed! Held at The Players in New York City—a social club that also serves as a repository of American and British theater history, memorabilia, and theatrical artifacts of which Ferrer was a longtime member—the ceremony featured a cast of characters who came out to celebrate the truly distinguished actor’s life.

You can still purchase José Ferrer First Day Covers, including a standard cancellation with the date and location of the stamp issuance, and ceremony programs to add to your collection. They make great gifts, too!

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