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Anton Hanak (1875-1934),Sculptor

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A potter and a carpenter appear in a Hungary 1955 definitive stamp set depicting Hungarian workers.
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The Norwegian Craftsmen Federation commemorative issue (1986) depicts a stonemason and a carpenter.
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Lace making and stone carving
"Europa 76" stamps from Malta

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France had an occasional series on crafts and artisanal trades of which I'll post three.
1981 Y&T 2131/Sc.1739 celebrates Bookbinding.



1984 was Engraving Y&T 2315/Sc. 1932



1987 was cutlery making, of which Theirs is a famous center of artisanal production. Y&T 2467/Sc. 2029


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The Vatican 1966 Professions definitive issue includes a painter, a sculptor, a carpenter, and a blacksmith.



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The stamp set depicts a joiner, a potter, s stonemason, and a printer.



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Two stamps from the 1959-1961 Life in Tunisia series:
12m: turner, 70m: carpet weavers
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This 2018 India Handicraft stamp depicts an artisan of blue pottery, a widely recognized traditional craft of Jaipur in northern India.
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A set of four Azores (Portugal) stamps issued in 1992 depicts a viol maker, a carpenter, a basket maker, and boat builders.
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Artisans, issued by the Republic of Congo in 1969:

Wood Carver:

Potter:

Third stamp in the set doesn't show artisan, but a painter:
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A blacksmith and a potter appear in the Italy 1950 Provincial Occupations definitive issue.
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These two Indonesia 1949 definitive stamps show a batik worker and a metal worker.
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A set of four Azores (Portugal) stamps issued in 1990 depicts a cart maker, a potter, a tinsmith, and a cooper.
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This Thailand 1973 stamp set depicts silverware makers, lacquerware makers, a pottery maker, and an umbrella maker.

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