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Latest revision as of 06:49, 16 January 2020

  • Label : "Åland Post AB"; 1997; definitive stamp of the issue "Ice Age Relicts"; issue of 3 stamps


Stamp datas:

  • Issue Date : 03 February 1997
  • Catalogue numbers : Michel: No. 124-126; Yvert & Tellier: No. 120-122; Scott: No. 84, 98, 104; AFA: No. 124-126
  • Colors : multicolored
  • Watermark : none
  • Nominal value : 0.30 - 2.40 - 4.30 (Markkaa)
  • Postage validity : to 30 June 2002
  • Designed by : Alf Jansson
  • Printed by : "Postens Trykkeri", Copenhagen (Denmark)
  • Print Process : Offset printing on luminescating paper
  • Perforations : Comb perforation, K 12¾
  • Stamp size : printed area of a single stamp without signature line : 28.0 x 20.0 mm
  • Print run : 600,000 each


Stamps[edit]

30p
2m 40
4m 30

Covers, cards, and philatelic souvenirs[edit]

FDC to this issue


To the stamp motives:
- 0.30 (M.) : "Saduria entomon" (English: "isodor benthic Crustacean"; German: "Tiefseeassel") + "Mysis relicta" (English: "Opossum shrimp", German: "Buckelige Schwebegarnele"...)
- 2.40 (M.) : "Myoxocephalus quadricornis" (fish) (English: "Fourhorn Sculpin", German "Vierhörniger Seeskorpion")
- 4.30 (M.) : "Phoca hispida botnica" (marine mammal) (English: "Baltic Ringed Seal", German: "Ostsee-Ringelrobbe")