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The Stamps Of Sahara Occ. R.a.s.d.

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1992
Railway Stock.



1994
Indigenous Flora.

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First time I have seen any of those.
Lovely Page.

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Thank you agmas,

For students of the area, which is pretty hazy to me,
there are also stamps of La Aguera

Listed in Vol 1 Scott as Aguera.La



Western Sahara Glassine.

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Notes from Wikipedia:

The town of La Aguera has been abandoned and is now a ghost town.

It is south of the berm, the long sand wall that marks the edge of Moroccan-controlled territory.

It is the southernmost point of Western Sahara and is shown on the map as "La Gouira (site)".

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Sahara OCC R.A.S.D. - CIRCA 1990
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Sahara Occ. R.A.S.D. (1990) in my collection...

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The souvenir sheet, supposedly the room where Royalty interviewed Christopher Colombus, (Cristoforo Colombo) after his return from the new world.

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Arandaspis.
Named after an Australian Aboriginal Tribe.

Arandaspis prionotolepis is an extinct species of jawless fish that lived in the Ordovician period, about 480 to 470 million years ago. Its remains were found in Alice Springs, Australia in 1959, but it was not determined that they were the oldest known vertebrates until the late 1960s. Arandaspis is named after a local Aboriginal tribe, the Aranda (now currently called Arrernte).

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Rod, is there anything you don't know?
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How to get a life ?
I am just a proxy for Google.
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Some of my RASD cinderellas

1996. Olymphilex'96 International Philatelic exhibition







The mini sheet is missing in my collection, the scan is from Internet

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1996. Atlanta Summer Olympics







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