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Sunday Stamps II - 89
1968, Canada, Armistice, 1918-1968 Vimy Memorial designed by harvey Thomas Prosser engraved by Yves Baril (picture) and Gordon Marsh (lettering) based on the Walter S Allward sculpture The Vimy Memorial was unveiled in July 1936, on 100 ha of land on Vimy R...
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2010, Japan Another of Japan's wildly popular Hello Kitty series was issued in 2010 for that year's Expo in Shanghai China. for odd shaped stamps
2010, Japan Another of Japan's wildly popular Hello Kitty series was issued in 2010 for that year's Expo in Shanghai China. for odd shaped stamps
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1934, USA, National Parks Crater Lake, in Oregon, was formed around 7,000 years ago after the eruption of Mount Mazama. There are no rivers flowing into or out of the lake but the amount of rain and snowfall ensures that every 250 years the total amount of ...
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1950's Brasil Turistico Maracana Stadium
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Sunday Stamps II - 84
2014, additional postage ¥18 for Celebrations                         2014, ¥52 for Happy Greetings Designer: Hoshiyama Ayaka                                                           Designer: Nakamura Hitomi Issued in October of 2014 for New Year, this te...
2014, additional postage ¥18 for Celebrations 2014, ¥52 for Happy Greetings Designer: Hoshiyama Ayaka Designer: Nakamura Hitomi Issued in Oct...
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2010, Russia, Cities of Military Glory Each of the five stamps in this set is exactly the same, save for the name of the city written in gold foil on the top. In this case, it is Luga. The other cities are: Malgobek, [Y]Elnya, [Y]Elets, and Voronezh. The st...
2010, Russia, Cities of Military Glory Each of the five stamps in this set is exactly the same, save for the name of the city written in gold foil on the top. In this case, it is Luga. The other cities are: Malgobek, [Y]Elny...
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1956, Bulgaria, Olympics In 1956, the Summer Games were held in Melbourne and were the first to be held in the southern hemisphere as well as the first to be held outside Europe or North America. Bulgaria issued a set of 6 stamps which included this one for...
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1934, USA, National Parks Crater Lake, in Oregon, was formed around 7,000 years ago after the eruption of Mount Mazama. There are no rivers flowing into or out of the lake but the amount of rain and snowfall ensures that every 250 years the total amount of ...
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Sunday Stamps II - 85
2013, Czech Republic, Horses designer: Peter Oriesek The Chumlec horses from the Kinsky stud farm are among the best horses bred in the Czech Republic. They are admired for their extremely glossy, almost metallic, golden colour as much as for their stamina,...
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1958, Canada International Geophysical Year designer: Alan Pollock The International Geophysical Year was an international scientific project that ran from July 1 - Dec 31, 1958 and had 67 nations participating. The focus was on studies of the universe in a...
1958, Canada International Geophysical Year designer: Alan Pollock The International Geophysical Year was an international scientific project that ran from July 1 - Dec 31, 1958 and had 67 nations participating. The focus wa...
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1961,  France  "14 Juillet" R de la Fresnaye 14 July, the French National Day, is commonly called Bastille Day in English. This painting by cubist artist Roger de la Fresnaye (1885-1925) was done in 1914. The de la Fresnayes were an aristocratic family and ...
1961, France "14 Juillet" R de la Fresnaye 14 July, the French National Day, is commonly called Bastille Day in English. This painting by cubist artist Roger de la Fresnaye (1885-1925) was done in 1914. The de la Fresnayes...
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