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Posted 01/31/2017   5:16 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add rtvstamps to your friends list  Get a Link to this Message
Hello friends; here some sheets for sale with nice topic as Paintings. All are MNH

Anthony Van Dyck - "The Mystic Marriage of st. Catherine" 1618-20
Issue: April 10, 2000
Scott #2770 - Cat.USD$5.00



Anthony Van Dyck - "Portrait of a Mother and Her Daughter" 1627-30
Issue: April 10, 2000
Scott #of set 2259-63 - Cat.USD$5.70



Anthony Van Dyck - "Pozia Imperiale with Her Daughter Maria Frencesca" 1625-27
Issue: April 10, 2000
Scott #of set 2259-63 - Cat.USD$5.70



LOT #1- 3 sheets Cat.:16.40 + shipping
My price $6.99 + $3.00 of Registered Mail

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Rembrandt - "Simeon's Prophecy to Mary"
Issue: February 13, 2001
Scott #of set 2412-15 - Cat.USD$5.25



Rembrandt - "The Angel Prevents the Sacrifice of Isaac"
Issue: February 13, 2001
Scott #of set 2412-15 - Cat.USD$5.25



Rembrandt - "The Angel Leaves Tobit and Hes Family"
Issue: February 13, 2001
Scott #of set 2412-15 - Cat.USD$5.25



LOT #2- 3 sheets Cat.:15.75 + shipping
My price $6.99 + $3.00 of Registered Mail

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For the 2 Lots my price is: USD$10.99 + $3.00 of Registered Mail for Security - Please only Paypal, thanks for your attention!

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Rodolfo
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Posted 02/01/2017   12:06 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add area66 to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
the first name was Antoon , why peoples have to always translate the name ?
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Posted 02/01/2017   12:47 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add rtvstamps to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Because given that achieved great fame international, your name was adapted to different languages: in Netherlands, Anton Van Dick, English, Sir Anthony Van Dyck; or Spanish, Antonio Van Dyck.
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Posted 02/05/2017   8:14 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add rtvstamps to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Hello friends!

SOLD!

LOT #1- 3 sheets Cat.:16.40 + shipping
My price $6.99 + $3.00 of Registered Mail

AVAILABLE ONLY SET 2

LOT #2- 3 sheets Cat.:15.75 + shipping
My price $6.99 + $3.00 of Registered Mail

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Rodolfo
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