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October 11, 2005
Set of four, one stamp depicts a fountain pen.
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This November 9, 1984, 4.50 schilling stamp (Mi #1795) of Austria commemorates the 125th anniversary of 'Concordia', the Austrian Press Association.

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On January 30, 1995 Finland issued a "Friendship" booklet of eight different 2.80 mk stamps for Valentine's Day. The stamps show characters from the Dog Hill Kids comics and each stamp contains a different hologram. Two of the stamps (Facit #s 1280 and 1282) feature characters writing letters.

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Here is Finland's June 11, 1966 stamp (Facit #617) commemorating the centenary of the first stamps denominated in Finnish currency.

From Facit, "Issued at NORDIA 1966 in Helsinki June 11-15, 1966. Sold only together with an entrance ticket at the exhibition."

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This 14c stamp (Sc #546) of Cuba is from a set of 8 issued on June 22, 1955 publicizing the Retirement Fund for Postal Employees. Depicted on the stamp is Antonio Sanchez de Bustamante y Sirven (1865-1951), Cuban lawyer, politician, and international jurist.

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On October 6, 1997 Guatemala issued a set of four "Publicly Financed Projects" airmail stamps. The low value stamp (Sc #869) of the set, shown here, focuses on education.

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July 19, 2008
The stamp shows a portrait of the Italian author Tommaso Landolfi (1908-1979), along with a ink bottle, a fountain pen, and paper.
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Here is Greenland's May 29, 1980 stamp (Facit #123) commemorating the 150th anniversary of its libraries. Stamp depicts "Eskimos and their teacher Rasmus Berthelsen in library" (Facit).



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The 70 aur value (Facit #322) from Iceland's October 1, 1953 Old Manuscripts set of 5 depicts a hand holding a quill pen over a parchment document. Facit describes the stamp as, "The Stjorn interpretation of the Bible."

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