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Gabriel-Antoine Barlangue (1874-1956) designed and engraved recess and typographic stamps issued by France between 1929 and 1953.
He also worked on various stamps of French colonies & other countries over the years.

Barlangue's first steel engraved stamp was issued in 1937 to honour Jean Mermoz, French aviator who disappeared at sea in 1936

FRANCE 1937

Designer & Engraver : Gabriel-Antoine Barlangue

Scott 326 dark violet



326a violet





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FRANCE 1937

Scott B63

Pierre Loti, French naval officer and novelist

Designer & Engraver : Gabriel-Antoine Barlangue




FRANCE 1939

Scott B80

Surtax was used to erect a monument for the civilians
who died in WW I.
The Stamps was issued on February 1, 1939.
Who would have believed that in seven months
another,even more terrible World War would begin.


Designer & Engraver : Gabriel-Antoine Barlangue

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Many years ago, I found a "Back to front" "N" in the name of Barlangue. (Caen Cathedral)

Here was a response from Mr. Blair Stannard (Canada)
PS: Links will probably be "dead"
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Rodney:

No sign of a funny N in Barlangue's earlier stamp of Dunkerque.
http://www.mincoin.com/timbres/cote-opale/t7_p.jpg

However, Gabriel-Antoine Barlangue, born in Villeneuve sur Lot,
designed and/or engraved more than 150 stamps (France and colonies)
from 1929 to 1953. (eg Comoros Scott #40) and Petain Issue (Oceania,
Somali Coast [Design])

So here's a research project for you to find other 'funny' signatures.
As a starter here are his French stamps:
http://www.phil-ouest.com/Timbres.p...angue&Ordre=
DateVente

Bonne Chance.
Blair
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G. A. BARLANGUE (born Villeneuve-sur-lot) 1874-1956,
artist,painter and engraver well known to philatelists for
his many stamp engravings. BARLANGUE was a student
of Jean-Paul LAURENS.

Blair

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Balangue's first attributed stamp, was 1929 Joan of Arc.
Unsure what contribution he had, presume design.

His resume.
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rod222, thanks for all the info regarding Barlangue.
Yes he was the designer for the Jeanne d´Arc stamp.
And he engraved the typography Paris Exposition set.
But the first steel engraved stamp by him was the Jean Mermoz,
which for some reason does not show in your print screen cut out.

It is here though http://www.phil-ouest.com/Timbres.p...re=DateVente br /
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FRANCE 1939

Scott B89

The surtax was used for unemployed intellectuals.

Claude Bernard was a French physiologist.

Designer & Engraver : Gabriel-Antoine Barlangue




FRANCE 1940

Scott B89A

It was reissued in a new denomination of 2F50
The stamp on the right was printed on papier carton
(Maury #464a) which is a thick, stiff paper.

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RANCE 1941

Designer & Engraver : Gabriel-Antoine Barlangue

Scott B110

Science fights Cancer




Scott 421

View of Angers





Scott B117

Coat of Arms of Nancy

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FRANCE 1942

Designer & Engraver : Gabriel-Antoine Barlangue

Scott B144

Arms of Nantes




Scott 459

Town Hall Arras

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FRANCE 1943

Scott B161

Designer & Engraver : Gabriel-Antoine Barlangue

Michel Eyquem de Montaigne was a philosophers of the French Renaissance





Scott B167

Designer : Antonin Delzers

Engraver : Gabriel-Antoine Barlangue

Picardy Costume

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FRANCE 1944

Scott 473

Designer & Engraver : Gabriel-Antoine Barlangue

Château de Chenonceau




Scott 496

Château de Chenonceau, was reissued in October 1944
(after liberation) with new value and RF instead of FRANCE.






Scott 498

800th Anniversary of the Church of St Denis




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FRANCE 1945

Scott B197

Designer & Engraver : Gabriel-Antoine Barlangue

Ruins of Dunkirk



I originally did not include it because Phil-Ouest shows that he was only the designer.
But he is listed in the 2015 Maury catalogue as being both the designer and engraver.


FRANCE 1946

Scott B203

Designer & Engraver : Gabriel-Antoine Barlangue

Church of the Invalides, Paris




Scott B209

Philippe de Commines was a writer and diplomat in the courts of Burgundy and France.


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FRANCE 1948

Scott 603

Designer : Paul-Pierre Lemagny

Engraver : Gabriel-Antoine Barlangue

François-René de Chateaubriand was a French writer, politician, diplomat, and historian.





Scott 607

Designer & Engraver : Gabriel-Antoine Barlangue

Génissiat Dam

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FRANCE 1949

Scott B241

Designer & Engraver : Gabriel-Antoine Barlangue





FRANCE 1950

Scott B249

Design : After a painting by J. B. Suvée

Engraver : Gabriel-Antoine Barlangue

The poet André Marie Chénier was involved in the French Revolution
and was guillotined during the Reign of Terror.

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FRANCE 1951

Scott 668

Designer : Paul-Pierre Lemagny

Engraver : Gabriel-Antoine Barlangue

Arthur Rimbaud was a French poet





Scott 674

Designer & Engraver : Gabriel-Antoine Barlangue

Abbaye aux Hommes, Caen

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FRANCE 1952

Scott 676

Designer & Engraver : Gabriel-Antoine Barlangue

Gate of France,Vaucouleurs





FRANCE 1953

Scott B281

Designer : André Spitz

Engraver : Gabriel-Antoine Barlangue

Maréchal Lyautey was a French Army general and colonial administrator




This was Barlangue's last French stamp but he engraved a few more for Monaco, Algeria etc. before he died on April 7, 1956.

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