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Thailand
Fruit
June 26, 1986
This stamp set features watermelon, Malay apple, pomelo, and papaya.
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Poland
Definitive Issue Flowers and Fruits
2009 2019
Cherry, Raspberry, cranberry
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Malaysia
Durian, King of Fruits
August 19, 2021
The minisheet shows Durian (Durio zibethinus), a species of the genus Durio found in Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia.
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On October 3, 1956 Honduras issued this .08 lempira, "1955-60 Five-Year Plan" airmail official stamp (Sc #CO74) showing a cornucopia of fruits and flowers.


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Mauritius
Native Fruits
March 10, 1997
60c: Vavang (Vangueria madagascariensis)
4Rs: Pom Zako (Mimusops coriacea)
5Rs: Zambos (Syzgium jambos)
10Rs: Sapot Negro (Diospyros digyna)
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This August 29, 1947 8 centavos value (Sc #711) of Nicaragua is from the "Country Images" series of triangular, pictorial definitive stamps. Stamp shows a variety of local tropical fruits.

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Here is the fourth variety of the $1 value (Sc #441) from the Bahamas' 1971-8 QEII pictorial definitive series. All of the un-watermarked varieties of the series' values, including this stamp, were issued in 1978. Stamp depicts a single pineapple fruit in a somewhat simplified, graphic fashion.

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Pitcairn Islands
Tropical Fruits
April 6, 2001
The minisheet shows coconut, passion fruit, pineapple, and pomegranate.
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Peru
Fruits of Peruvian Jungle
March 1, 2006
The stamp set depicts Lucuma and Chirimoya.
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Samoa
Fruits Self-Adhesive
December 14, 2007
The stamp set features pineapple, coconut, papaya, mango.
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