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The Start Of Another Profound Topical - Corn

 
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Posted 04/05/2019   01:01 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Kris Rascher to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Most of Namibia is much too dry to grow corn, but it does thrive in areas with enough rain, predominantly in the north. 1990
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Corn (as well as other cereals) is grown in Cameroon; notice difference in the appearance of the people in the background, who look very hungry, and those in the foreground. 1973, 10 years of World Food Programme
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Fresh cobs of corn from Angola. By the way, the Angolan Kwanza is today worth only about 0.003 US$.
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Cape Verdeans grow and eat plenty of corn. Grinding corn with what looks like a large stone for making corn meal for pastries. 2014
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The second stamp in the set of three showing Cape Verde corn. Grinding corn for making polenta which is baked in those conical forms.
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The third of the Cape Verde stamps; grinding corn in another traditional container in which the kernels are pounded to flour for making corn bread.
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A stamp for the special meeting of the leading political party of Angola. Logo for "The People's Movement for the Liberation of Angola". 1980
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Brazil

1973

Monteiro Lobato

6v.

This stamp belongs to a serie of 6 stamps honoring the story 'Sítio do Picapau Amarelo', from de brazilian writer Monteiro Lobato ( 1882-1948) , that wrote a lot of stories for children and youth. In the stamp is the character 'Visconde de Sabugosa' , a corncob. The illustration is from Benedito Bastos Barreto (1897-1947) and depicts Visconde de Sabugosa and Emilia.

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Edited by Rigel - 04/20/2019 08:11 am
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Central African Republic
World Food Day
December 10, 1984
The stamp depicts a farmer in the cornfield.

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Rwanda
Year of Farming - Agricultural Products
April 14, 1975
Set of eight, one stamp depicts maize.

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A beautiful Easter (Wielkanoc) decoration, a ram made of corn husks and carrying a bouquet of flowers. 2007 More common are the exquisitely painted Easter egg shells.

Hello Rigel, Sabugosa looks like fun! K.
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Hello Kris! The stories of Monteiro Lobato brought joy to many childrens in Brazil and Sabugosa was one of the favourites to them!
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Zambia devoted its stamps of 1972 to the "Year of Conservation". One of them shows harvesting of corn.
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Corn was among the agricultural products featured on the Mexican stamp of 1966. Agricultural Reform
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Beautiful Mexican vegetables as well as corn and a fish; 1982
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