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Posted 02/20/2021   12:51 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add LaoPhil to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
African Traditional Hairdos And Headdresses, designed by Oscar Bonnevalle and issued by Rwanda in 1971:








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Woman headdresses of different South West African (SWA - later Namibia) tribes, issued by SWA on October 15, 1982:




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Traditional Women's Hair Styles - Angola, 2003:






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1994 Scott 276, 277 Estonia



Sami (Norway)


Sami (Finland)


Finland 533-7 used


Mint 537a




Finland National Costumes 2018



Finland 797-8


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Thanks, Parcelpostguy, for your contribution! the stamps are great. Since they show complete traditional costumes, not emphasis on Hairdos and Headdresses, I recommend to post them in the "Costumes" thread so collectors of this theme can also enjoy them.
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Rio Muni

1962

Youth - 3v

Rio Muni is the Continental Region of Equatorial Guinea, and comprises the mainland geographical region. Río Muni was ceded by Portugal to Spain in 1778 in the Treaty of El Pardo. It was a spanish province , along with Fernando Po, between 1959 and 1963. In 1968 conquered the independence from Spain.

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Given the news of the recent days:

Judicial Wig-



Traditional Crowns


Wedding Veil and Crown

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Thai topknot-cutting ceremony - Thailand, 2000

The topknot-cutting ceremony or kon chuk is an ancient popular Thai ceremony marks the passing of the person from childhood stage to adult stage, if I understand correctly:
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Traditional Hairstyles - Angola, 1987:






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Woman wearing the Guianese Katoury - French Guiana, 1947:

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During years 1933-1944, Switzerland issued nine sets of semi-postal stamps entitled "Pro Juventute" (For the Youth) aimed to raise donations for youth activities. In total, 25 stamps were issued, show traditional woman hats from different regions of Switzerland:

Here are the sets issued in 1933, 1934 and 1935:








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During years 1933-1944, Switzerland issued nine sets of semi-postal stamps entitled "Pro Juventute" (For the Youth) aimed to raise donations for youth activities. In total, 25 stamps were issued, show traditional woman hats from different regions of Switzerland:

Here are the sets issued in 1936, 1938 and 1939 (no stamps of this long series were issued in 1937):








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During years 1933-1942, Switzerland issued nine sets of semi-postal stamps entitled "Pro Juventute" (For the Youth) aimed to raise donations for youth activities. In total, 25 stamps were issued, show traditional woman hats from different regions of Switzerland:

Here are the last sets issued in 1940, 1941 and 1942:







Here are all issued stamps together:
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During years 1934-1936, Austria issued a long series of 18 stamps shows people from different Austrian regions with their traditional hats, all were designed by the Austrian designer Georg Jung. Here are the first 10 stamps show man and woman from: Burgenland, Carinthia (Kärnten), Wachau in Lower Austria (Niederösterreich), Upper Austria and Salzburg:




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During years 1934-1936, Austria issued a long series of 18 stamps shows people from different Austrian regions with their traditional hats, all were designed by the Austrian designer Georg Jung.
Here are the last 8 stamps show man and woman from: Styria (Steiermark), Lower Inn Valley in Tyrol, Kaisertal in Tyrol and Vorarlberg. The last two stamps show family from Vienna and National Guard (Kaiserschützen) from Tyrol:




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