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Viet Nam
Imperial Citadel of Thang Long
October 10, 2017
Set of four, one stamp depicts a terracotta dragon head statue of Ly Dynasty.

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Romania
Chinese-Romanian Stamp Exhibition
October 20, 1994
A strip of three stamps, one depicts a traditional Chinese dragon statue.

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Japan
Shikoku Cultural Heritage II
July 8, 2005
Pane of 20 stamps, one stamp depicts a dragon sculpture at Meiseki Temple.

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Armenia, 2008 (Scott #776)

A Chinese dragon coiled to imitate the Olympic rings, in honor of the 2008 Beijing Olympics
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Guys, need help to identify this one please


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Here is Estonia's 2012 Year of the Dragon greetings stamp.

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On January 1, 2000 Singapore issued this set of two stamps (S.G. #s 1024-5) to celebrate the Chinese New Year. Stamps were issued as separate sheets, but also in se-tenant sheets of both values.


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Two Austrian stamps showing dragons.

1968 definitive
Scott 696

Showing the winged dragon (Lindwurm) fountain in
Klagenfurt, Carinthia.





2018 definitive
The Klagenfurt Coat of Arms


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Here is the 20c +5c value from a set of four Spanish anti-tuberculosis charity stamps. All values are of identical design, but are printed in different colors with the Red Cross of Lorraine.
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This October 1, 1999 oval-shaped, 46c stamp (Sc#1811d) of Canada depicts a dragon centipede kite. It is from a booklet pane of four different kite stamps of different, die-cut shapes.

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South Africa
Chinese New Year
October 9, 2000
Dragon by artist Mert Maas.
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On October 10, 2008 Lithuania issued this stamp (Sc #880) depicting the coat of arms of Joniskis. Joniskis is in the north central part of country, 14 km. (8.7 miles) from the Lithuania-Latvia border.

From heraldry-wiki.com, "The arms were granted on July 4, 1616 by King Sigisimund Vasa and were officially re-granted on April 17, 1991. The arms symbolize the fight against Protestantism: the Vasa dynasty especially liked such usage of St. Michael. The arms were used until the end of the 18th century."


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Here is a July 10, 2010, 1.35 litas stamp (Sc #921b) of Lithuania showing a small, circa 1852 statue of St. George and the dragon. It is one of a se-tenant pair issued to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Kretinga Museum. Kretinga is in western Lithuania, around 25 km north of Klaipeda (Memel).


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