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This 1966 stamp of Poland is from a set of 8, 60 Gr.stamps recognizing the 20th anniversary of nationalized industries. The marginal tab of this stamp would show that it publicizes the 5th Polish Technicians' Conference.

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Here is an image of an airmail stamp depicting a globe showing maps of Europe and Africa, and symbols of agriculture and industry, designed by French artist Jacques Combet (1920-1993), printed by photogravure (Delrieu), and issued by Gabon on July 20, 1964 to promote EuropAfrique, Scott No. C21.

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This patriotic label of Finland proclaims "work for Finland." The cogwheel symbolizes industry, and the wheat stands for agriculture.

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On January 2, 2007 Germany issued this stamp (Michel #2582) commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the invention of the rotary engine by German engineer Felix Wankel.

From Wikipedia, "The engines became popular with kit car builders, hot rodders, and in light aircraft because of the light weight, compact size, tuning potential and inherently high power-to-weight ratio."

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