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Here are images of the two stamps in a set honoring workers in the Sagunto Steel Works, Valencia, who were subjected to repeated air raids during the Spanish Civil War (150 people died in the raids), printed by photogravure (Oliva de Vilanova), and issued by Spain on August 9, 1938, Scott Nos. 604 & 605.

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Steelworkers pouring molten metal.


A sculpture entitled "Suicides of Sagunto" (1888) by Spanish sculptor Agustí Querol I Subirats (1860-1909), "repurposed" to represent the air raid victims, with steelworks in the background, plus a photo of the original sculpture, now located in the Buenos Aires (Argentina) Botanical Garden.
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Pouring molten metal, designed by A.H. (Barry) Barrett, printed by lithography, and issued by South Africa - Bophuthatswana on April 2, 1984 to commemorate the (former) tribal homeland's mining industry, Scott No. 124.

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Pouring ladle, printed by photogravure, and issued by Brazil on October 26, 1962 to commemorate the inauguration of the Usiminas State Iron and Steel Foundry in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Scott No. 945.

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Metal smiths, designed and engraved by French artist Georges Bétemps (1921-1992), and issued by Chad on February 5, 1964 as one of a set of four stamps depicting artisans, Scott No. 99.

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Egypt
Industries
July 23, 1965
The heavy industry stamp shows a foundry ladle.

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South Africa
Strategic Minerals
June 8, 1984
Set of four, one stamp depicts chromium refining process.

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Brazil
National Steel Industry Expansion
January 31, 1957
The design depicts steel plant and ladle.

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Pakistan
Inauguration of Pakistan Steel Mills
January 15, 1985
Set of two, one stamp depicts pouring molten steel from a ladle.

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India
50 Years of Steel Industry
January 31, 2009
The design shows a montage of steel plant, steel casting, steel products.

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Australia
National Development
June 6, 1973
Set of four, the stamp entitled Iron Ore & Steel shows a stylized ladle and molten iron.

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South Korea
Pohang Iron and Steel Plant
July 3, 1973
The stamp shows Pohang plant and ladle pouring molten iron.

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Steel workers pouring out a ladle, printed by lithography, and issued by Albania in 1979, Scott No.1925.

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Chile
Copper 87 International Conference
November 13, 1987
The stamp depicts copper foundry and the molecular model of chalcopyrite, a copper iron sulfide mineral.

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Botswana
Mining Industry
March 19, 1984
Set of four, one stamp depicts copper nickel casting.
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Republic of Korea
The 22nd Congress of the International Iron and Steel Institute
October 8, 1988
The design depicts a ladle pouring molten iron.
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