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New Caledonia,1989
200th anniversary of the French Revolution
"Liberty,Equality,Fraternity" is the motto of the French Republic
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These two stamps from the Faroes's June 5, 1989 Island Games set of four show three figures. The 3.50 kr value (Facit #189) features handball, and the 6.00 kr stamp (Facit #190) shows football/soccer.


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The Three Graces, detail from the famous painting by the Italian painter Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510) "La Primavera", engraved by Pierre Albuisson and issued by Monaco (original stamp issued in 1995 and was chosen as the World's most beautiful stamp. This particular stamp issued in 1997 is SS to publicize the winning. The SS margin depicting etching of Botticelli, also engraved by Pierre Albuisson:


Another stamp shows the Three Graces from La Primavera by painter Sandro Botticelli issued by San Marino in 1972:

Same detail of the Three Graces appears on the FDC cachet:

The complete painting was issued in a very beautiful SS by France. I Just posted it in the art thread.
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Here is the Federal Republic of Germany's February 14, 1975 50 (pf) stamp (Mi #835) commemorating the World Ice Hockey Championship Games hosted by Munich and Duesseldorf from April 3rd to 19th, 1975.

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New Caledonia,1982
50th anniversary of the Paris-Noumea raid.
This raid was the first air link ever made between France and New Caledonia (from March 6 to April 5,1932)
The crew consisted of Charles de Verneilh,Max Dévé and Emile Munch.
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The Three Graces, sculpture by Antonio Canova (1757-1822), engraved by Vittorio Nicastro and issued by Italy on October 13, 1972:

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On April 10, 2002 Great Britain issued its EUROPA set of 5 circus-themed stamps with stylized performers designed by Ron Fuller. The 'E' rate stamp (SG #2277), shown here, depicts three trick tri-cyclists.

From stampmagazine.co.uk, "One curiosity, immediately beneath the Queen's head, is the value 'E' for the European letter rate represented as 'E of euro'. This must have been one of the confusions which eventually saw this particular rate dropped from the ranks of the NVI's."

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Saint-Pierre & Miquelon,2015
This stamps depicts a wash-house in the mountain

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Here is the 50 ore value (Facit #541) from Sweden's December 10, 1962 two-stamp set commemorating the Nobel laureates of 1902.

Stamp depicts (left to right): Emil Fischer (1852-1919), German chemist, known as the "father of biochemistry", who won the chemistry prize for his work on sugar and and purine syntheses; and then two Dutch physicists who shared the physics prize: Pieter Zeeman (1865-1943) for his measurement of the splitting of spectral lines by a strong magnetic field, now known as the Zeeman effect, and Hendrik Lorentz (1852-1928) whose theory of electromagnetic radiation explains the Zeeman effect.

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New Caledonia,1988
This stamp depicts French naval officer and explorer Jean-François de La Pérouse (1741-1788?) arriving within insight of Botany Bay,Australia
La Pérouse never returned to France. He probably died in the wreck of his ship ("La Boussole") in the Solomon Islands.
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Three Bakers, by Pravoslav Kotik (1889 - 1970), engraved by Josef Hercik - Czechoslovakia, 1989:

Oil Field Workers, by Jan Zelibsky (1907-1997), Slovak National Gallery, engraved by Ladislav Jirka - Czechoslovakia, 1982:

The Slavs in their Original Homeland (detail), engraved by Milos Ondracek - Czechoslovakia, 1990:
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New Caledonia,2016
This stamp celebrates the introduction of High Speed Internet in New Caledonia
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This 1934 Austrian 1 schilling "Costumes" definitive stamp (Mi #583) depicts a Viennese family of three.

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Tunisia,2006
"Special program for the employment of the disabled"

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The Three Dancers, by Pablo Picasso (1881–1973) - Central African Republic, 1981:
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