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Life in Tunisia Definitive Issue 1959-1961
3m - Saddler Shop
Engraver André Frères

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Life in Tunisia Definitive Issue 1959-1961
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Engraver Roger Fenneteaux

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Life in Tunisia Definitive Issue 1959-1961
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Engraver Claude Durrens

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Life in Tunisia Definitive Issue 1959-1961
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Engraver Jean Miermont

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Tunisia is the one country where stamp design improved after independence.
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The famous Polish engraver, Czeslaw Slania produced a stamp commemorating Hannibal for Tunisia in 1995. This was available as a single perforated stamp, & as a souvenir sheet perf & imperf.


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That's a beautiful stamp, YeaPolska. Is the miniature sheet itself engraved as well?
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Rod222, a nice packet stamp from Tunisia, but your scan looked too "flat" for it to be an engraved stamp. It is actually printed by letterpress (as termed "Bdr." in its entry within the Michel catalogue). GLENN
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Of course, thanks Glenn,
Force of habit, always read the right hand side as Sculptit.
Not on my game there.

So the thread author, only wants Recess printed stamps here?

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Rod222, The thread author wording below the title on the main options page reads: "This forum is about the men and women who hand engraved the dies from which recess engraved stamps are printed." Personally, I have no problem with letterpress being included if the process is stated. GLENN
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That's a beautiful stamp, YeaPolska. Is the miniature sheet itself engraved as well?


The stamp part is engraved, you can quite clearly feel the ridges, the rest of the sheet is offset though, feels quite smooth.

More info on this stamp here -
http://www.slaniastamps-heindorffhu...-Tunisia.htm
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Cheers Glenn,
I'll wait to see what our member Kuol prefers..
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Tunisia Handicrafts series issued in 1955
designed by Tunisian artist Abdelaziz Gorgi
Engraver: Pierre Gandon

Scott# 266,268,270




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Tunisia-1952
National Cemetery at Gammarth-Surtax in aid of orphans of military service.
Designer:H. Farion
Engraver:Charles-Paul Dufresne
Scott# B116




Stucco Work-Bardo Museum at Tunis.
Scott# B117
Designer: Andre-Spitz
Engraver: Jean Pheulpin




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Life in Tunisia Definitive Issue 1959-1961
6m - Weaver
Engraver Roger Fenneteaux

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