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What Are Some Red Cross Stamps That You Have??

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Here are images of the two Red Cross airmail stamps in a set depicting, respectively: a father holding a sick child, and a mother and child, designed and engraved by French artist Claude Haley (1923-1988), and issued by Central African Republic on December 12, 1965, Scott Nos. C33 & C34.

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Red Cross health worker vaccinating a child, designed by French artist Pierre Forget (1923-2005), engraved by Gilbert Aufschneider (1927- ), surcharged over Scott No. 226 to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Upper Volta Red Cross, and issued by Burkina Faso in 1971, Scott No. 252.

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French Red Cross - Marianne
October 28, 2018
The minisheet displays the seven fundamental principles of the Red Cross and Red Crescent. The stamps feature the new Marianne image created by street artist Yseult Digan.

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150 Years of Red Cross
April 4, 2013
The stamp shows Red Cross emblem and sketches of Red Cross services.

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Centenary of the Polish Red Cross
January 18, 2019
The design shows a red cross with Polish coastline in Gdansk area.

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Mauritius 2013.

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This stamp honors the 10th Congress of the Red Cross of the D.D.R. First day cover was mailed from East Germany to the U.S.A. on April 7, 1987.




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Here are two 1990's Thailand stamps honoring the Thai Red Cross Society. the 1992 stamp depicts an abandoned doll before a burning village, while the 1999 stamp shows a portrait of King Rama IX, also known as King Bhumibol Adulyadej (1927-1916).


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Here are images of the two semi-postal (charity) Red Cross stamps in a set featuring portraits of Belgian physiologists who were awarded the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine, combined engraved and photogravure, and issued by Belgium on February 16, 1987, Scott Nos. B1058 & B1059, plus images of photographs of these two Nobel laureates.

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Corneille Heymans (1892-1968), Nobel awarded in 1938, engraved by Charles Leclercqz (1922-2013).


Albert Claude (1899-1983), Nobel awarded in 1974, engraved by Jean De Vos.

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This 1987 Christmas seal of the Norwegian Red Cross wishes a merry Christmas. A Red Cross facility in a snowy landscape is shown.

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While technically not a Red Cross stamp (one of my topical interests) Norway issued two stamps (Scott 401 and 402) on December 9, 1961 commemorating the first recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1901:

Henry Dunant of Switzerland, Founder of the International Committee of the Red Cross and Originator of the Geneva Convention.

Frédéric Passy of France, Founder and President of the first French Peace Society (Société française pour l'arbitrage entre nations).

Interestingly the International Committee of the Red Cross (and Red Crescent) has received the Nobel Peace Prize three times (1917, 1944, and 1963), the only organization or individual so honored. Only one other organization has receive this prize more than once.


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Here is Luxembourg's 1968 stamp (Sc #472) recognizing the country's Red Cross and its blood donors.

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Quote:
"Fight against breast cancer; Health and preservation of life," a Red Cross stamp designed by Izabel Persijn, printed by lithography, and issued by Brazil on April 7, 1993, Scott No. 2402.


The Brazilian stamp that Nethryk showed on the previous page is interesting (I can't seem to copy the image).
I've never seen the Zodiac Cancer crab associated with the evil small 'c' cancer before. I think that one misses the mark.
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Liechtenstein issued this 60 rappen stamp (Sc #1045) on March 6, 1995 to recognize the 50th anniversary of the Red Cross of Liechtenstein.

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Here is a booklet of Berlin charity stamps made for the German Red Cross by the Federal Republic Printing Works (Bundesdruckerei) in 1988.


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