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Bedrock Of The Community
United States
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Iran
The Fruits of Paradise
August 5, 2020
The stamp set depicts olive, date, pomegranate, fig, grape.
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United States
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India
Geographical Indications: Agricultural Goods
February 13, 2023
This partial set depicts strawberry, guava, litchi, tomato, mango, grape, pineapple, coconut.
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Israel
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Fruits of South Vietnam, issued for use by the Provisional Revolutionary Government of the Republic of South Vietnam (Vietcong forces in South Vietnam) in March, 1976:

- Coconut (Cocos nucifera)
- Purple Mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana)
- Mango (Mangifera indica)


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United States
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Bosnia and Herzegovina (Mostar)
Domestic Plum
Novenber 1, 2009
The minisheet depicts a close-up view of plum flower and fruit.
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United States
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French Polynesia
Scent
August 14, 2009
The stamp depicts passion fruit, a fruit with distinct aroma and a large number of juicy edible seeds.
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Madeira (Portugal)
Self-Adhesive Issue IV - Fruits
2018: banana
2020: custard apple
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United States
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French Polynesia
Agriculture Crops
May 23, 2007
The stamp depicts coconut, the fruit of coconut tree widely grown in coastal tropical regions of the world.
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Suriname
Local Produce
March 1, 1961
Set of seven, three stamps depict banana, citrus, and coconut.
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