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and some more from Greece


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Fire making (the hard way), engraved and printed by Bradbury, Wilkinson & Co., and issued for use in Sarawak on January 3, 1950, Scott No. 188, SG No. 179.

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Here is an image of a stamp depicting the maiden Lumhap during her visit to the forest in the story Ngoh Pa (written in 1916 by King Rama V), printed by photogravure, and issued by Thailand on October 6, 1996 to publicize International Letter Writing Week, Scott No. 1688.

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Runner, semi-postal stamp designed by Spanish artist Teodoro Miciano Becerra (1903-1974), printed by photogravure, and issued for use in Spanish Sahara on June 1, 1954 to benefit the Children's Fund, Scott No. B30, SG No. 110.

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Happy Feet.

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An Oh Man! from Oman (1970)
The tender feet of Venus.
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All with Barefoot catalogue numbers?
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all with bare feet
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Craftsman making a wooden vessel, engraved by the Institut de Gravure, Paris, printed at Malines, Flanders, and issued in 1931 for use in the Belgian colony of Ruanda-Urundi, Scott No. 48.

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Bare baby feet

Rwanda 1975



Malta 1973



Zambia 1979




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Bare feet (and so much more ):

Here is an image of an engraved airmail stamp depicting a streaking torchbearer, ancient ruins and an airplane, designed by A. Tassos, and issued by Greece on May 15, 1954 as one of a set of three stamps commemorating the 5th anniversary of NATO, Scott No. C71.

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Winged foot of Mercury, a special delivery stamp designed by Italian artist Paolo Paschetto (1885-1963), printed by photogravure, and issued by Italy in 1945, Scott No. E19.

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