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Posted 03/21/2019   12:47 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add KuoLC5310 to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Costa Rica
Classic Automobiles
December 1, 2018
The stamp set features Willys Station Wagon (1956), Chevrolet Pick-Up Truck (1946), Chrysler Convertible (1933), and Ford Model T (1927).

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Vintage Cars
May 30, 2012
The stamp set features CitroŽn C-11, Renault Dauphine, Seat 600, and Simca 1000.

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France
Stamp Fair
March 11, 2019
The souvenir sheet features a Citroen Traction.

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Norway
Cars Made in Norway
October 7, 2017
The stamp set features Mustad Giant (1917), Bjering (1921), Troll (1956), and electric car Think City (1993).

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In 2004, Spain issued 2 computer-vended stamps as ithe 11th and 12th installments of the "Classic Automobiles" series. In November, the sporty Pegaso Z-102 Prototype Spider Serra (1955) stamp was introduced, and in December, the Rolls Royce Silver Wraith Coupe Serra (1947) stamp was issued.


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Spain's 7th -10th installments of their "Classic Automobiles" computer-vended stamps are 2003 issues. Shown below they are, from top to bottom: 1927 Amilcar (July), 1908 Hispano Suiza (October), 1926 Berliet (December), and 1928 Donosti (December).

These stamps are phosphor tagged in the middle at the bottom with a 7 mm. high Spanish Postal Service logo (crown over posthorn).


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Spain's first six installments of their "Classic Automobiles" computer-vended stamps were issued from July to December of 2001 as peseta denominated items. In December of 2001, Spain's postal service converted to euro currency, so many previous label designs, included the Classic Automobiles, were loaded into the re-configured stamp vending machines for use with the new currency.

Labels are, from top to bottom: Ford Model T 1908, Hispano Suiza T 1904, Peugeot Bebe 1913, Rolls Royce Silver Ghost 1906, De Dion-Bouton BS, and Humber T 1910.

These six labels do not have the "crown and posthorn" phosphor tagging which appears on the later (7th - 12th) Classic Automobiles.



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Here is an image of a stamp depicting Formula 3000 racing cars and the Prince's Palace, designed by French automobile illustrator Michel Verrando, engraved by Claude Jumelet, and issued by Monaco on May 20, 1998 to commemorate the first Formula 3000 Grand Prix in Monte Carlo (Round 5), Scott No. 2079, plus a YouTube link to a video about the race.

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These two items from Germany depict Formula One race cars and the historic track on which they were run. The stamp is from May 18, 1939 and depicts racing cars of the Auto-Union and Mercedes Benz (Michel #696). It is from a set of 3 overprinted stamps for the race held at Nuerburgring, an asphalt and concrete race track in Nuerburg, Germany. The cinderella depicts Formula One race cars and advertises the 14th Grand Prize of Germany of the World Automobile Championship run at Nuerburgring on July 29, 1951.

Concerning the race track Wikipedia states, "In the 1920's ADAC Eifelrennen races were held on public roads in the Eifel Mountains ...The track was completed in spring of 1927 and the ADAC races were continued there...After World War II, racing resumed in 1947, and in 1951 the Nordschleife of the Nuerburgring again became the main venue for the German Grand Prix as part of the Formula One World Championship."


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These are all great stamps but for my money it is hard to beat Scott 296, the 4 cent Pan American brown and black
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Here is an image of a stamp depicting a Formula 1 racing car, printed by photogravure, and issued by Mexico on September 11, 1987 to publicize the F1 Grand Prix Race held in Mexico on October 18, 1987, Scott No. 1517, plus a YouTube link to the first of three parts of a 1987 Mexican F1 GP highlights reel.

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Here is an old European cinderella. It could be German, Swiss, or Austrian.

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A red sedan makes its way through an intersection on Main Street in Wanganui, New Zealand, on this 50c (domestic rate) stamp of private courier Pete's Post.

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This late 1975 cover from Asuncion, Paraguay to the IRS Sevice Center in Philadelphia, Pa.is franked with 4 stamps, two of which depict Henry Ford/Ford Motor Company products. Backstamp shows the cover arrived in Philadelphia on December 22, 1975.

The 10 Gs. stamp shows the "Henry Ford", which was the first car made by Henry Ford. It was not, of course, a production car. The 5 Gs. stamp depicts what might be a 1975 Lincoln Continental, but some of details look a little different.



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