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Posted 03/04/2021   6:10 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add bookbndrbob to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
A crowing rooster is featured on the 2.60 kroner value (Facit #1061) of Norway's June 7, 1989 set of two stamps issued to commemorate the 250th anniversary of primary schools in the country.

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a small flock:

This is a rerun but was not identified when first posted. It is Scott US RO80d


Scott US RO2a


Scott US RO47d

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The U.K.'s November 23, 1977 Christmas set of 6 illustratesThe Twelve Days of Christmas. This 7 p stamp (SG #1044) from the set shows "three French hens."

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Here is the 11 1/2 p value (SG #1106) from the U.K.'s November 21, 1979 Christmas set of five stamps. A rooster can be seen in front of The Nativity image.


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This 20 + 10 (pf) value (Mi #349) from Berlin's October 2, 1969 "Tin Toys" semi-postal charity set of four shows a sheet metal construction of a farm woman feeding a chicken.

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The minisheet features junglefowl (Gallus gallus).
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On October 3, 1967 Germany issued a set of four semi-postal charity stamps featuring scenes from the Brothers Grimm fairytale Frau Holle. The two high values (Mi #s 540-1) of this set, shown here, feature a rooster.

From wikipedia, "The tale was published by the Brothers Grimm in the first edition of Kinder- und Hausmaerchen Eng.: Children's and House Fairytales, published in 1812...Some details were added in the second edition (1819), most notably rooster's greetings."

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