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Doves As Symbols Of Peace

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The white Dove representing peace for the 40th anniversary of the establishment of the United Nations. Egypt is one of the original members, October 1945.

(Idebee, Beautiful copy of Picasso's dove. K.)
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First Five-Year Plan Overfullfilled #65292; 1957
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The Peace Dove and its olive twig issued by Oman, 2004, for the International Day of Peace. The Dove has a lot of work to do these days.
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It seems to me that I did not see this one in the previous posts. Hope it's not redundant, and the design is very interesting#65281;
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A simple and very direct image of the Peace Dove for the Year of Peace. 1986. Idebee, the Chinese design is unique!
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I like this kid's drawing stamp for a long time because of the colorful unique costumes and musical instruments and hilarious dances of several typical minority nationalities in China. Only recently I put focus on the doves and looked at it from a different angle. At first glance, I found the twigs are a little too big for the doves, but today I have new discoveries when I looked at it again. The doves and twigs turn out to be musical notes and the colorful bands of the Great Wall is a music score. Wow, it's so smart a design. Can you believe that this is a work of a little kid (Zhang Lelu) less than 15 .
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I see that Zhang Lelu also designed a peace stamp for the United Nations and want to see his UN stamp and find this one. But I have problems to access the website and can't see further information. Anyway this is a handsome peace dove stamp!

(There are 2 Chinese characters at the center bottom, He Ping, which means peace)
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Dominica's stamp for environmental awareness shows a clean atmosphere and water, a tidy city and lots of green and a lovely Peace Dove. It all rests in a human hand.

(Hi Idebee, nice to see the UN Doves again and find out more about them, page 16.)
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Welcome the new millennium#65281;
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Two Peace Doves of different color for the 50th anniversary of UNESCO, Sri Lanka 1996. (Compare to the design on the stamp posted on 04/21/2017)
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One more kid's drawing. While the right one is titled World Peace, the left one is titled Earth becomes younger! :-) "Imagination has no age, dreams are forever!" - Walt Disney
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