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Paintings Photocrafts and Handicrafts from around the World

£10.99

Product description

This is a collection of 33 stamps. The countries that the stamps in this collection were issued in are the Vatican, Great Britain, New Zealand, South Africa, Germany, Romania, Canada, Rwanda, the USA, the Former Yugoslavia, Cuba, Spain, the Netherlands, Laos, and France. The famous paintings and crafts shown on the stamps in this collection are a painting of ballet dancers by Degas, The Hay Wain by Constable, Frutas and Girasol by Melendez, The Jewish Bridge by Rembrandt, Nude by Miroslav Kraljevic, Lake Pukaki by John Gully, Mares and Foals In A Landscape by George Stubbs, St Martin by Van Dyck, the Model Customat by I. Andreescu, a painting of St Dimitrescu, A Photograph of the Moon, Trinidad Carnival Dancers and Canadian Folk Dancers to celebrate the Commonwealth Arts Festival, Wisdom at the Rockefeller Center in the USA, Maternite by Picasso, a self-portrait by Joshua Reynolds, Mist Fantasy Northland by J.E.H MacDonald, Untitled No.6 by Paul-Emile Borduas, Children Coming Out of School by L.S. Lowry, Jean Alexandru by J.AI Steriadi, Abstract Painting by Ernst Wilhelm, Composition in Blue by Hendrik Pierneef, Madonna and Child by Murillo, La Recepcion de un Legado by V, ittore Carpaccio, a painting of the Central Otago Landscape, A Mountain Road by J.P. Flanagan, a painting of Master Lambton, Art Word by the Malaysian artist Hoessein Enas, the Stained Glass Window in Canterbury Cathedral of the Nativity and of the Dream of Kings, a painting by Cappelle Sistina, and Pinkie by Lawrence. The oldest stamp in this collection was issued in 1965. The newest stamp in this collection was issued in 2008. The decades that the stamps in this collection were issued in are 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s. Some of the stamps in this collection are unused. Some of the stamps in this collection have a little of the envelope that they were attached to still showing on the back. A couple of the stamps are a little creased. Many of the used stamps still have a printed postmark clearly shown on them. Overall the stamps in this collection are in good condition.

Item details

Block height:
16cm
Block width:
12cm
Condition:
Used: good
Grouping:
Multiple
Theme:
The Arts

About this item

This is a collection of 33 stamps. The countries that the stamps in this collection were issued in are the Vatican, Great Britain, New Zealand, South Africa, Germany, Romania, Canada, Rwanda, the USA, the Former Yugoslavia, Cuba, Spain, the Netherlands, Laos, and France. The famous paintings and crafts shown on the stamps in this collection are a painting of ballet dancers by Degas, The Hay Wain by Constable, Frutas and Girasol by Melendez, The Jewish Bridge by Rembrandt, Nude by Miroslav Kraljevic, Lake Pukaki by John Gully, Mares and Foals In A Landscape by George Stubbs, St Martin by Van Dyck, the Model Customat by I. Andreescu, a painting of St Dimitrescu, A Photograph of the Moon, Trinidad Carnival Dancers and Canadian Folk Dancers to celebrate the Commonwealth Arts Festival, Wisdom at the Rockefeller Center in the USA, Maternite by Picasso, a self-portrait by Joshua Reynolds, Mist Fantasy Northland by J.E.H MacDonald, Untitled No.6 by Paul-Emile Borduas, Children Coming Out of School by L.S. Lowry, Jean Alexandru by J.AI Steriadi, Abstract Painting by Ernst Wilhelm, Composition in Blue by Hendrik Pierneef, Madonna and Child by Murillo, La Recepcion de un Legado by V, ittore Carpaccio, a painting of the Central Otago Landscape, A Mountain Road by J.P. Flanagan, a painting of Master Lambton, Art Word by the Malaysian artist Hoessein Enas, the Stained Glass Window in Canterbury Cathedral of the Nativity and of the Dream of Kings, a painting by Cappelle Sistina, and Pinkie by Lawrence. The oldest stamp in this collection was issued in 1965. The newest stamp in this collection was issued in 2008. The decades that the stamps in this collection were issued in are 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s. Some of the stamps in this collection are unused. Some of the stamps in this collection have a little of the envelope that they were attached to still showing on the back. A couple of the stamps are a little creased. Many of the used stamps still have a printed postmark clearly shown on them. Overall the stamps in this collection are in good condition.

Block height:
16cm
Block width:
12cm
Condition:
Used: good
Grouping:
Multiple
Theme:
The Arts

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