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Posted 05/31/2020   12:49 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add bookbndrbob to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
On May 22, 2007 Luxembourg issued a set of three "Cultural Centers" stamps. The .50 euro low value (Sc #1217) of the set publicizes The Rockhal, a concert hall in Esch-sur-Alzette in southern Luxembourg, and depicts an electric guitar. The red guitar pick shown on the stamp is very likely the logo of The Rockhal.

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Costa Rican Composers
May 31, 2018
Guadalupe Urbina (b. 1959) is a Costa Rican singer-songwriter and composer. She is a folk musician whose musical compositions reflect the oral tradition of her birthplace of Guanacaste, Costa Rica.
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August 22, 2017
The stamp depicts Quemil Yambay (1938 - ), a renowned guitar musician and composer. His Los Alfonsinos Group performs nearly 200 concerts per year and recorded more than 30 albums.
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Here is Django Reinhardt (19101953) legendary Romani jazz guitarist playing his instrument on a 1993 issue from France (Sc. 2360 / Y&T 2810):


The preceding year France had issued a general celebration of Romani culture which also depicts a guitar. (Sc. 2318 / Y&T 2784).
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Alberto de Luque
November 17, 2017
The stamp depicts Alberto de Luque (1938-2020), the Archduke of Song who has recorded more than seventy albums throughout his music career.
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The 20 pf + 3 pf value (Mi #154) of West Germany's/BRD's September 17, 1952 Youth Services set of two semi-postal stamps, depicts three hiking girls approaching a youth hostel. The girl on the left carries a guitar.

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Here is Germany's August 13, 2009 55c stamp (Mi #2753) commemorating the centenary of youth hostels in the country. Stamp depicts 4 young hikers between hostels. The last hiker carries his guitar.


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On August 23, 1982 Switzerland issued this 40 centimes value (Sc #730) commemorating the centenary of the Salvation Army as a part of its Publicity/Anniversaries set of four stamps.

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Painting by Vaea, French Polynesia - 1993:
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Singapore 2021 You Rock!
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An acoustic guitar is featured on the 40c value (Sc #463) of Liberia's June 20, 1967 Mexico City Summer Olympic Games (1968) set of three stamps.

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On April 26, 1977 Brazil issued a three-stamp set commemorating Brazilian composers. Guitars are shown on two of the three 1.10 cruzeiros stamps (Sc #s 1500 and 1502). First stamp depicts Noel Rosa (1910-1937) who was a samba composer, and second stamp shows Chiquinha Gonzaga (1847-1935), a composer, conductor and pianist.


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