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Here are images of the four stamps in a set depicting international motorcycles, designed and engraved by French artist Michel Monvoisin (1932-1982), and issued by Mali on October 18, 1976, Scott Nos. 265-68.

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Moto-Guzzi 254, Italy


BMW 900, Germany


Honda-Egli, Japan


Motobecane LT-3, France
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May 28, 2018
The stamp set features Victory Cross Country 2011, Harley Davidson F1000CC 1919, Indian Chief 1944, Harley Davidson Chopper 1980.

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The stamp set features 1904 Kelecom, 1912 The Precision, 1919 Whiting V4, 1923 Invincible J.A.P.

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I accumulate stamps of moticletas with the aim to do a collection with them.
Alone complete motorcycles as the only motive of the stamp, without motorist or circuit or anything any more than the motorcycle.

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Malta....

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I collect "Any philatelic material that depicts a motorcycle, or part thereof, or name of manufacturer, where the make of motorcycle is recognizable as being of ITALIAN ORIGIN."
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Hopefully not a duplicate... Belgium 1995

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Between January 2002 and October 2003, Spain issued nine "Classic Motorcycles" computer-vended stamps. They were printed in quantities between 41.4 to 63.1 million unvalued labels. From top to bottom they are:

01/2002 Monet Goyon LB with side car (1932)
02/2002 Narcia (1953)
02/2002 New Hudson (1914)
02/2002 Motobecane B-44 with side car (1930)
04/2002 Nimbus (1939)
02/2003 Mobylette AU-HT with side car (1954)
03/2003 Sanglas 350/1 (1948)
03/2003 Soriano Puma with side car (1947)
10/2003 DKW with side car (1938)



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This March 17, 1986 offset-printed issue of Yugoslavia depicts mail delivery via motorcycle. It is Michel #2151.



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This 2 Zloty Polish stamp is from a 1996 set of 12 with the theme "Signs of the Zodiac." This is Sagittarius the archer, but the "horse half" has been replaced with a motorcycle.

From Wikipedia, "Sagittarius, the half human and half horse, is the centaur of mythology, the learned healer whose high intelligence forms a bridge between Heaven and Earth."

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July 5, 2017
0.43€: Peugeot Confort P55C (1947)
0.85€: Peugeot 125 type 55 (1949)
1.20€: Peugeot 150 cc (1940)
1.40€: Zündapp Combinette 50 (1961)

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July 25, 2019
The stamp set features Tomos A3, Vespa 125, BMW R75, Honda ST70, and Harley Davidson EL.

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I call this one Running From the Allies.
German Reich, 21 March 1943, Mi. 833

The Zündapp KS 750 is a World War II-era motorcycle and sidecar combination developed for the German Armed Forces during the Second World War by the German company Zündapp GmbH. After entering service in 1941, it served on all the major German battlefronts and was used in a variety of roles.


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This one is just seriously badass.
German Reich, 11 March 1944, Mi. 874

Known as the Kettenkrad (a German portmanteau for "tracked motorcycle"), the NSU SdKfz is a small half-track with handlebars and a saddle up front and two jump seats in the rear. It was designed to be transported aboard a Junkers Ju 52 airplane, and was primarily used to tow artillery, transport supplies, and lay communications cables in difficult terrain, but was also tasked as an airplane tug and found life in post-war Europe as an agricultural tool.

Powered by a 36 hp 1.5-liter Opel car engine, and featuring a three-speed transmission with high and low ranges, it had a top speed of 50 mph that made it the fastest tracked vehicle used during the war.


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In the German army, rival "Zundapp" were BMW motorcycles. BMW R-71 was also supplied to the German army. A copy of the BMW R-71 was the Soviet motorcycle M-72.



After the war, the M-72 motorcycle was produced under the name URAL. Ural motorcycles were so popular that their release continues to this day.



Russian museums now store a lot of German captured equipment. My photos from museums near Moscow




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