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THE National Organisation for Blind People (ONCE) is this month decorating seven of its coupons with images from Balearic towns.
This is part of the series of tickets which the association dedicates to images of Spanish districts of between 10'000 and 250'000 inhabitants.
The series for the islands starts on September 18 with a coupon dedicated to Alcudia, which is illustrated with an image of the North Wall and the council's coat of arms. On the 19th it will be the turn of Felanitx, illustrated with a photograph of the Cavallets, while on the 20th it will be Pollensa, illustrated with a photograph of Formentor.

On the 24th the image of Sa Pobla will grace the coupon, with an illustration of the Sant Antoni bonfires.
On the 25th, a panoramic view of Sant Antoni de Portmany and the council's coat of arms will be seen on the coupon.
The coupons for the 26th and 27th are dedicated to Sant Josep de Sa Talaia and Soller repectively.
The first will show the Town Hall and the council's coat of arms and the second, which closes the series, is illustrated by the Museo de la Mar.
There will be 50 series of each one of these coupons, numbered from 0000 to 99'999, which means that five million coupons will carry the image of these Balearics locations throughout Spain. These coupons will be sold through the more than 22'000 ONCE salespeople.

ONCE's daily coupon offers, for 1.50 euros, 50 prizes of 35'000 euros for five numbers, 50 prizes of 500 euros for the complete number before the prize winning one, and another 50 prizes of 500 euros for the complete number after the prize winning one.