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Guatemala
Textile Art
December 15, 2010 (set of ten)
February 15, 2015 (three high-denomination)






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Lebanon
Labor Day
July 11, 1961
Set of two stamps; one depicts a weaver operating a floor loom.
(designer: Paul Koroleff)

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Hand loom worker - India

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Philippines
Traditional Filipino Textiles
May 30, 2014
Textile patterns from Tausug Pisyabit and T'Boli T'Nalak Bed Buyus, each in se-tenant pairs.
Process: Litho Offset (4 colors) 3D matte tactile, embossed laminated.


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French Polynesia
Handicraft - Tapa Cloth
April 22, 2005
Tapa cloth (or simply tapa) is a barkcloth made in the islands of the Pacific Ocean, including some villages in the Marquesas Islands. Tapa is often worn on formal occasions such as weddings. Another use is as a blanket at night or for room dividers. It is also often found hung on the walls as decoration.


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New Zealand
Matariki - Kete
June 1, 2016
Kete are traditional baskets made and used by the M#257;ori people. They are woven from the leaves of New Zealand flax (Phormium tenax), with two handles at the top. Other materials are sometimes used, including the leaves of the nikau palm and cabbage tree.
The stamp set features six finely crafted kete by the following artists:
Pip Devonshire
Cori Marsters
Te Atiwei Ririnui
Audra Potaka
Matthew McIntyre Wilson
Sonia Snowden


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A seamstress sewing fabric and a machinist, designed by Hatem El Mekki (1918-2003), printed by photogravure, and issued by Tunisia on March 6, 1978 as one of a set of three stamps publicizing the 5th development plan to create new jobs, Scott No. 714.

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Indonesia
International Stamp Exhibition BANDUNG 2011
Special Minisheet No. 4 - Traditional Textile
October 3, 2011


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Serbia (Srbija)
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Here is one current souvenir sheet
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Guatemala
National Folklore Festival, CobŠn, Alta Verapaz
October 12, 1987
Set of two stamps, one depicts traditional weaving.


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Hungary - Azerbaijan Joint Issue
Folk Art - Embroidery
June 15, 2013
One stamp features a Transdanubian cross stitch embroidery of a peacock on a light background, and the other one shows the detail from a south Caucasian woven horse blanket.


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Woman doing Madeira embroidery, designed by C‚ndido Costa Pinto (1911-1976), printed by lithography, and issued by Portugal on August 17, 1968 as one of a set of seven stamps publicizing Madeira and the LUBRAPEX stamp exhibition, Scott No. 1032.

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Portugal
100th Anniversary of the CUF Company Barreiro
September 19, 2008
Set of four stamps, one depicts textile industry.
The Companhia Uni„o Fabril (CUF) was a Portuguese conglomerate which has operations in chemical, textile, machinery, construction, shipbuilding, among other industries. One of the commemorative stamps depicts modern textile industry.


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United States
Made in America - Building a Nation
August 8, 2013
The set of 12 stamps feature black-and-white photographs of early 20th-Century American industrial workers. One stamp shows a worker in a modern textile plant.


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Egypt
Textile Industry
May 7, 1977
The design shows modern textile production.


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