To envelop; to clothe, as with a mantle or cloak.
To hide sight; to conceal; to cloak; as, the enemy were covered from our sight by the woods.
Anything which is laid, set, or spread, upon, about, or over, another thing; an envelope; a lid; as, the cover of a book.
The envelope or wrapper which are compplete and bear proof of having served postally.
An envelope, wrapper, box, etc. (emballage)
1.) any intact envelope, postal card, wrapper or similar mailed item. 2.) the printed pieces of cardboard used for the front and back of traditional booklets. The Scott number identifying such booklet covers begins with BC.
An envelope or piece of postal stationery, usually one that has been mailed. Folded letters that were addressed and mailed without an envelope and the wrappers from mailed parcels are also covers.
A loose term that applies to the outer cover of any item sent by post. Applies to envelops and wrappers as well.
an envelope or wrapper used in the mail
a natural object that covers or envelops; "under a covering of dust"; "the fox was flushed from its cover"
a combination of a coin, medal, token or other numismatic item inserted into an envelope postmarked on a special occasion
an envelope or wrapper that has been used to carry the mail
an envelope that was used to send mail, such as a letter
an envelope with a canceled stamp on it
an envelope with a cancellation and the stamp still on the envelope
A postally used envelope, letter-sheet or wrapper CTO Cancelled-to-Order. Stamps postmarked but not used Cylinder no. Marks in sheet margin identifying printing cylinder used
A complete envelope or post card with the stamp or stamps and/or cancellation intact. ( In the case of stampless covers - cancellation and rate markings only.)
An envelope that has gone through the mail. Definitives - Used on most mail, generally these are smaller size stamps printed in huge quantities, often in a single color ink, that are available from the post office for an indefinite period of time which may be many years.
An envelope that has seen postal service or has a cancelled stamp on it, usually one with philatelic interest. May exemplify some segment of postal history or simply be a souvenir of an event or a place.
An envelope or letter sheet used in the postal system.
For printed music, a folder whether attached or detached, wrapped around the printed music, and made of substantially different material (heavier or different colored paper) than the paper on which the music is printed. (Smiraglia); A wrapper made of material different from that used throughout the rest of the publication. (AACR2[?])
See Wrapper. (emballage)
An envelope: an abbreviation used for first day cover, or souvenir/commemorative cover.
An envelope, card, or wrapper which has been used for mail with the appropriate postal markings and stamps.
An envelope carried through the mails.
An envelope that has been sent through the mail.
In philately, a cover is an envelope or package, typically with stamps that have been cancelled. Complete covers, as opposed to a front or a piece, may be referred as an entire.