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Optical Instruments: Microscopes, Binoculars, Sextans, Theodolits, Hand Scopes

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Bedrock Of The Community
United States
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Posted 04/29/2021   12:48 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add KuoLC5310 to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
This Netherland 1955 anti-cancer campaign set has a common design of an optical microscope and a pierced crab emblem.
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Israel
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Posted 04/30/2021   12:51 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add LaoPhil to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
The Box, by Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841 – 1919), engraved by Claude Durrens - Monaco, 1974:

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United States
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Posted 04/30/2021   03:44 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add KuoLC5310 to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
This Canada 1988 stamp commemorates the first Electron microscope built in Canada at the University of Toronto in 1938.
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This Sweden 1988 stamp depicts Dr. Aaron Klug (1926-2018) and a crystallographic electron microscope for studying complex biological molecules.
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Brazil
536 Posts
Posted 04/30/2021   3:09 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Rigel to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Germany, DDR

1985

40 years of liberation - 4v

This serie depicts the the technological progress of east Germany, after the war. The stamp shows a microscope designed to inspect eletronic circuit boards. There is a white shade over the illustration. I believe is some error in the impression.

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Brazil
536 Posts
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Germany, DDR

1986

Shooting games - 3v

The stamp depicts another aplication for optical instruments. A precision scope helps the shooter to get the target in precise sight

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United States
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Here is the 4c value (SG #881) from New Zealand's October 10, 1967 two-stamp set commemorating the centenary of The Royal Society of New Zealand.


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Brazil
536 Posts
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Germany, Empire

1944

Heroes memorial day - 13v

The stamp depicts an U-boat commander seeing through a periscope. The ilustration is similar to the picture below; maybe was inspired in it.


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Peru
Javier Arias Stella
August 22, 2008
The stamp depicts Peruvian pathologist Dr. Javier Arias Stella (1924-2020) with an optical microscope.
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Here is the 35c value (SG #1260) from New Zealand's February 3, 1982 "Anniversaries" set of 5 stamps. A stereoscopic microscope equipped for photomicrography can be seen on this stamp commemorating the UN's International Year of Science.


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Brazil
536 Posts
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Mexico

1990

National Oil Institute - 1v

The stamps depicts a technician inspecting something in a microscope
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Brazil
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United Nations

1989

UNO peace forces Nobel Prize - 1v

This same stamp (cancealled) was posted before by me, issued by United Nations, Vienna.

This one was issued by Geneva agency of United Nations with the same design
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Brazil
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Soviet Union

1967

50 years of Revolution - 5v

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Brazil
536 Posts
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Venda

1988

Venda was a Bantustan in northern South Africa. The United Nations and international community refused to recognise Venda (or any other Bantustan) as an independent state.

The stamp shows a classroom for nurses, where we see students using a microscope.
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Brazil
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Brazil

1942

100 years of birth of Barbosa Rodrigues - 1v

João Barbosa Rodrigues was considered one of Brazil's greatest botanists, known especially for his work on orchids and palms. For nearly two decades he was director of the Botanic Garden of Rio de Janeiro

The stamp shows Barbosa Rodrigues writing and a microscope at left

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