Quaid’s residency Ziarat is printed on stamp. Back side of the envelope is displayed here. On which four important buildings of four provinces of Pakistan are printed including Supreme Court Islamabad and Lahore Fort buildings with flag on the top.
The year 2001 was nominated as the year of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah (Founder of Pakistan). In this regard Pakistan Post Office an envelope of Rs.30/- value. Pakistani flag is printed on the stamp. Two different air mail logos are printed on this envelope as displayed above.
Government of Pakistan issued this envelope in 1949. This envelope was printed by Thomas De La Rue, London. It was printed in emerald green, the stamp impression showing the National Flag in double oval against white ground. Colourless areas were embossed.
Pakistan and Kyrgyzstan both issued a single stamp each, in May 2002, on the occasion of 10th Anniversary of Pakistan Kyrgyzstan Relations. Flags of both countries along with monogram are printed on it.