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Stamp issue No. 06/2018

Brazil at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia

Art: Daniel Effi
Print system: offset
Paper: gummed chalky paper
Sheet with 18 stamps (9 sets of 2)
Facial value: R$ 2.25
Issue: 540,000 stamps
Design area: 26mm x 44mm
Stamp dimensions: 26mm x 44mm
Perforation: 11.5 x 11
Date of issue: June 14th , 2018

The stamps have been developed in a se-tenant that allude to Brazil's participation in the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia. The journey starts in the city of Rostov-onDon, passing through St. Petersburg (on the 1st stamp), heading to Moscow (2nd stamp), which besides being the stage for the third game, is also the city where the final match will take place, with each name of the cities written in micro letter. Comprised of FIFA identity graphics, the stamps show a player and, under him, a trail accompanied by the green and yellow stars representing the five championships of Brazil team, heading for the then possi - ble sixth star attained in Moscow. There is also the presence of other elements that characterize Russia, such as the letters "RU", the matrioska and the space explo - ration. In the background, there are several elements of the visual identity of the event, and on the top, in a prominent po - sition, the Official Logotype of the event (there are versions in English and Russian only).

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Stamp issue No. 7a/2018

Diplomatic Relations Serie: Brazil-India

Art: Lidia Marina Hurovich Neiva
Print system: offset
Paper: gummed chalky paper
Sheet with 15 stamps
Facial value: R$ 1.85
Issue: 450,000 stamps
Design area: 54mm x 20mm
Stamp dimensions: 59mm x 25mm
Perforation: 11,5 x 12
Date of issue: October 2nd , 2018

The stamp art features iconic elements from India and Brazil that represent diversity and, at the same time, the similarity between the two countries. In architecture, the presentation of the Taj Mahal, India's best-known monument, stands in opposition to the simple but noble lines of the Cathedral of Brasilia, a national landmark. Next to these images are the characteristic animals of the two countries: the Indian tiger and the Brazilian macaw. At the center, flora gifts received from each country. Mango and jackfruit, so popular in our backyards, came from India. And the cashew, originated from northeastern of Brazil, taken to the Indian subcontinent, has become an important economic product for that country. The stamp are bordered in the national colors of India, saffron, white and dark green, and, on the Brazilian side, the traditional, yellow, blue and green.

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Stamp issue No. 7b/2018

150 Years of Mahatma Gandhi birth

Art finishing: Jamile Costa Sallum
Print system: offset
Paper: gummed chalky paper
Sheet with 16 stamps
Facial value: R$ 1.85
Issue: 320,000 stamps
Design area: 30mm x 40mm
Stamp dimensions: 30mm x 40mm
Perforation: 12 x 11.5
Date of issue: October 2nd , 2018

This issue marks the beginning of the 150th anniversary celebrations of the birth of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, known as Mahatma (Great Soul) Gandhi, held on October 2, 1869, in Porbandar, India. The stamp focuses on the profile image of Gandhi's face. The photo used to compose the art is from the 1940s, purposely in black and white, so that the monochromatic features result in a naturally more expressive image, with the objective of focusing the attention of the observer on the serene face of the idealizer and founder of the modern Indian State. On the left side, the mention of Gandhi's sesquicentennial of birth, and, on the base of the stamp the phrase attributed to him: "An eye for an eye and the world will end up blind."

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Stamp issue No. 08/2018

History of Brazilian Computing

Art: Dimas Casco
Print system: offset
Paper: self adhesive chalky paper
Sheet with 24 stamps (8 of each)
Facial value: 1st Class Rate for Domestic Non Commercial Mail
Issue: 480,000 stamps (160,000 of each)
Design area: 34mm x 24mm
Stamp dimensions: 40mm x 30mm
Perforation: cut to shape with "BR"
Date of issue: October 15th , 2018

This postal issue consistes of three stamps that show a frontal reproduction of the first studies and projects of Brazilian computers: "Zezinho" (little Joe), the "Ugly Duckling" and the Cobra-530, the first commercial computer totally produced in Brazil. To register the history, the artist inserted the completion dates of the projects and tinted each one in shades of blue, green and yellow, making reference to the Brazilian flag.





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