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1992

Owl

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Estonia's June 19, 2001 booklet featuring illustrations by Edgar Valter contains two panes of 4 stamps each. One pane has 3.60 kroon stamps, and the other, 4.40 kr. stamps. The booklet sold for 35 kroon, the excess 3 kr. over face being a donation to the Estonian Nature Fund.

The upper right stamp (Sc. #418b) from the 3.60 kr. pane depicts an owl on a nest with 2 eggs.

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On January 28, 2005 Ireland issued a souvenir sheet of three stamps for "Year of the Rooster." One of the stamps (Sc. #1587c) features a scholarly owl clutching a pencil and wearing an academic Verona tam.

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It's unexpected to see that the eagle owl is holding a butterfly in her mouth. Do these renowned raptors feed on insects?
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July 3, 2006
Set of four, one stamp depicts Ural Owl.

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An owl appears on one of the stamps from the Netherlands' 2014 Christmas sheet of 20 different designs.

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This one's a little fuzzy....

My four-eyed owl color-shift..


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Moreland Revenue Stamps
Specializing in Canadian Revenues
Also Canada / USA EFO's
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Don't call me "four eyes"!!
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May 6, 2004
Set of four, one stamp depicts Red-chested Owlet (Glaucidium tephronotum).

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Here is another barn owl (Tyto alba). Ireland issued this stamp (Sc #1039) and four others depicting indigenous birds on January 16, 1997 as the first installment of its Birds definitive series.

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