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Ukraine
Eastern Horoscope
December 25, 2013
A set of 12 stamps, one depicts a western-style dragon.



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Dragon entwined within the letters "R" and "L," designed and combined engraved by Otto Stefferl (1931- ) and photogravure, and issued by Austria on June 12, 1998 for Stamp Day, Scott No. 1765.

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India
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Osterreich (Austria) Dragon


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France
Year of the Dragon
January 9, 2012
The golden dragon is the work of the French Chinese artist Li Zhongyao.


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A possible?
I think there are two baby Dragons on this Spanish Telegraph.

I have forgotten what the odd thing that looks like a "W" on the Arms
Can anyone recall what that is?

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Can anyone recall what that is?

It's so stylized it's hard to tell here, but it's a yoke with reins or tethers or somesuch. A more readable version of the Spanish Arms here:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Symbols_of_Francoism
Even the bundled arrows didn't register immediately to me.
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Yoke! that's it.

Thanks for putting me out of my misery HB

Origin of the Yoke, arrows and Gordian knot.

Emblems of the Catholic Monarchs on the facade of the Church of Santiago (Losar de la Vera, Cáceres), c. 1500.
In Spanish heraldic tradition, the yoke, set of arrows and the Gordian Knot, were elements which were joined with the leaves and the pomegranate and the motto Tanto monta, monta tanto (Equal opposites in balance), the personal motto and prenuptial agreement of the Catholic Monarchs Isabella I of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon, as embodied in the song of Pedro Marcuello. This motto was used upon the weapons of both Monarchs from 1475. They made an agreement, now called Concordia de Segovia and the coat of arms is a graphic representation of this pact which united the two most important Monarchs on the peninsula. It is the oldest known image of the escutcheon.
The bundle of arrows may have its origins in the Roman fasces, a bundle of rods and an axe with the blade projecting, that were carried before the magistrates to show their power. The arrows pointed downward to show they were ready for use in executing criminals or for warfare. With the marriage of Ferdinand and Isabella, the bundle of arrows meant the union of Castile and Aragon to create Spain. The yoke was Isabel's and the arrows Ferdinand's. The F was the first letter of Fernando's name, and the Y the first letter of Isabella's. The Gordian knot, cut, united the two. The number of arrows varied, but always pointed downwards. Over time, the badge of the Catholic Monarchs spread to other heraldic compositions, and was adopted in some of its variants as the emblems of not only towns and cities such Ronda, Marbella and Málaga, but also Puerto Rico and the Netherlands.
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Thailand
Tai Sui God
February 7, 2013
Tai Sui is a virtual god related to Jupiter in the ancient Chinese astronomy and astrology. The souvenir sheet, which celebrates Chinese New Year, contains three Tai Sui God stamps and a gold dragon.

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Indonesia
World Youth Stamp Exhibition
March 25, 2000
The miniature sheet shows an Indonesian myth dragon (Naga) in the cloud.

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Ukraine
Mykyta Kozhumiaka
May 30, 2017
Mykyta Kozhumiaka (The Dragon Spell) is a full-length 3D animation film produced in Ukraine. The set of four stamps include one depicting the dragon in the film.

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Dragon-shaped kettle, printed by photogravure, and issued by (South) Korea on February 20, 1980, Scott No. 1189.

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"Flight of the Dragon," printed by lithography, and issued by China (PRC) on September 15, 1992 as one of a set of four stamps depicting wall paintings, Scott No. 2409.

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Republic of China (Taiwan)
Ancient Chinese Art Treasures — Blue and White Porcelain
November 15, 2018
The NT$28 stamp features a Ming Dynasty celestial globe vase with decoration of dragon among lotus blossoms.

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The unfortunate dragon on the stamp of Tuva turned upside down in surprise: a seaplane in the steppe! Where it took off and where it will be unknown!

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St George & Dragon


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