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Posted 12/12/2017   03:20 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add rod222 to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply

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Does anyone know who did the artwork?


That's another Picasso Dove, Kris.

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Posted 12/16/2017   03:03 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Kris Rascher to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Morocco issued a Peace Dove with a circle of calligraphy and a palm frond for the international Year of Peace, 1986.



(Thanks for the info, Rod. K.)
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Posted 03/07/2018   02:32 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add rod222 to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Austria
Sc#B165 1945
"Dawn of Peace"

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Posted 04/02/2018   01:41 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Kris Rascher to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
North Korea issued a stamp with a Peace Dove carrying an olive twig in 1955. By that time the demarcation zone had completely separated the peninsula into north and south. The monument in the background could be the Soviet Liberation Monument in Pyongyang, built in 1947.
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the coat of arms of Gorlovka in the Donetsk People's Republic. The coat of arms depicts a turtledove (The turtle-dove is gorlitsa in russian), The emblem depicts a turtledove, a bird from the family of pigeons
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A Peace Dove above the Earth is featured on this Russian stamp of 2002. It is painted in the Picasso style and there are rainbow colors.

Hello Alexey, Do you know if there is some connection to the MIR station? And is the Donetsk People's Republic in your stamp a new country? K.
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Human Rights Year, printed by lithography, and issued for use in Bermuda on February 1, 1968, Scott No. 219.

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The Helsinki Peace Conference is commemorated by a Dove and a flag carrying the word Peace in several languages and the sides of the stamp are decorated with olive leaves and fruits. The Dove looks a bit like the Picasso dove seen so often on other stamps.

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It is interesting that atheist regimes use the Dove with an Olive twig as an emblem of peace because it first occurs in the Bible, in Genesis, in the story of Noah and the flood.
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Here is an image of a se-tenant pair of stamps depicting, respectively, a woman and a peace dove, and a man and a peace dove, printed by lithography, and issued by Cyprus on November 29, 1980 to commemorate International Palestinian Solidarity Day, Scott No. 556a.

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"To Unite Our Strength:" Peace dove composed of symbolic flags, designed by Polish illustrator Waldemar Andrzejewski (1934-1993), printed by lithography, and issued by the United Nations on January 6, 1976, Scott No. 267.

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Globe and peace dove, designed by Israeli artist Eliezer Weishoff (1938- ), printed by lithography, and issued by the United Nations on January 19, 1979, Scott No. 306.

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