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Ireland's two November 6, 2014 computer-vended Christmas stamps feature stained glass. They were produced in coiled rolls of 600 se-tenant, or alternating design labels. When purchased and imprinted in black, the labels are numbered in the lower right corner facing inward, sideways (1 and 306 on these ).

From the www.ateeme.net website, "The two designs for the SOAR (stamps on a roll) issues feature details of stained glass windows created, or inspired, by the work of Harry Clarke (1889-1931), Ireland's greatest stained glass artist."


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On November 7, 2013 Ireland issued this Christmas stamp of the Holy Family. Format is booklet of 26.

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Guernsey's October 25, 2007 "Christmas Ornaments" set of 12 features three 27p stamps depicting crystal glass objects. They are snowflake in snow (Sc#959), snowflake (Sc#960), and angel pendant (Sc#962).



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March 14, 2015
Set of two, one stamp depicts stained glass window The shaft of Jesse.

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Set of six, one stamp depicts portion of a stained glass doorway at Te Marae by Maori artist Robert Jahnke (1951- ).

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The LASIKYLA GLASS VILLAGE postmarks indicate that these two stamps were cancelled at the Nuutijarvi Glass Village in the southwest of Finland. The "Nuutijarvi 1793" within the logo portion of the cancel is difficult to read.

From the nuutajarvi.fi website, "The glass village was established in Nuutajarvi in 1793...What makes Nuutijarvi unique is that the glass factory established then has been in operation without interruption to this day."



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May 6, 2011
The souvenir sheet depicts 13th Century rose window in the north arm of transept.

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This 2019, self-adhesive coil stamp of Ireland is from the current, 9th definitive series (A History of Ireland in 100 Objects). The stamp depicts the upper half of a late 18th century, Penrose cut-glass decanter. The "N" inscription signifies that it is domestic rate postage.

From the 100objects.ie website, "The Penroses were representative of the more dynamic, entrepreneurial side of Anglo-Ireland. With roots in Cornwall, they moved to Ireland in 1685, by which time they may already have been Quakers. William Penrose established himself in Waterford in the early 18th century as a tanner, and his son also William, founded the Waterford Glass Factory in 1783."

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