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Friday, May 28, 2010

Switzerlands - Coat of Arms, Pro Juventute 1978



20 + 10 CHF - Aarburg
40 + 20 CHF - Gruyeres
70 + 30 CHF - Castasegna
80 + 40 CHF - Wangen a.d.A.

Switzerlands - Coat of Arms, Pro Juventute 1979


20 + 10 CHF - Cadro
40 + 20 CHF - Rüte
70 + 30 CHF - Schwamendingen
80 + 40 CHF - Perroy

Switzerlands - Coat of Arms, Pro Juventute 1980


20 + 10 CHF - Cortaillod
40 + 20 CHF - Sierre
70 + 30 CHF - Scuol
80 + 40 CHF - Wolfenschiessen

Switzerlands - Coat of Arms, Pro Juventute 1981


20 + 10 CHF - Uffikon
40 + 20 CHF - Torre
70 + 30 CHF - Benken
80 + 40 CHF - Préverenges

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Liechtenstein - Coat of Arms 1969


0.30 CHF - Kloster St. Luzi Chur
0.50 CHF - Abtei Pfaefers
1.50 CHF - Bistum Chur

Liechtenstein - Coat of Arms 1970


0.20 CHF - Abtei St. Johann Im Thurtal
0.30 CHF - Oamenstift Schaenis
0.75 CHF - Abtei St. Gallen

Liechtenstein - Coat of Arms 1971


0.30 CHF - Johanniter Zu Felokirch
0.50 CHF - Abtei Weingarten
1.20 CHF - Abtei Ottobeuren

Luxembourg - Coat of Arms 1981



4 Luxembourgish Franc + 50 Cents - Petange
6 Luxembourgish Franc + 50 Cents - Larochette
8 Luxembourgish Franc + 1 Luxembourgish Franc - Christmas
16 Luxembourgish Franc + 2 Luxembourgish Franc - Stadtbredimus
35 Luxembourgish Franc + 12 Luxembourgish Franc - Weiswampach

Luxembourg - Coat of Arms 1982


4 Luxembourgish Franc + 50 Cents - Bettembourg
6 Luxembourgish Franc + 50 Cents -
Frisange
8 Luxembourgish Franc + 1 Luxembourgish Franc - Christmas
16 Luxembourgish Franc + 2 Luxembourgish Franc -
Mamer
35 Luxembourgish Franc + 12 Luxembourgish Franc - Heinerscheid

Luxembourg - Coat of Arms 1983


4 Luxembourgish Franc + 1 Luxembourgish Franc - Winseler
7 Luxembourgish Franc + 1 Luxembourgish Franc - Beckerich
10 Luxembourgish Franc + 1 Luxembourgish Franc - Christmas
16 Luxembourgish Franc + 2 Luxembourgish Franc -
Feulen
40 Luxembourgish Franc + 13 Luxembourgish Franc - Mertert

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Mongolia - Traditional Costumes 1969


The traditional dress of the Mongols has a rich history spanning many centuries. It is closely connected with the Mongolian way of life and the country. The costumes are used in different situations; somebody rides on horseback over the steppe, he sits at home in his ger (yurt - round felt tent), or he dances at a national festival. The conditions of climate excert influence on the kind of dress, the costumes for the seasons of the year. In summer the Mongols wear a light coat or frock, the "Terleg" (deel - summer coat), in spring, autumn and winter a wadded coat (row cotton), the "Khovontei Deel", or a lambskin coat, the "Khurgan Dotortoi Deel", in winter they wear a sheepskin dress reminding of a fur coat, the "Tsagaan Nekhii Deel".

The Mongolian national costume is a robelike garment called a deel, that, like the Tibetan robe, has no pockets. The deel is worn with a thin silk sash several yards long tightly wound around the waist. Attached to the sash are essential objects such as the eating set, tinder pouch, snuff bottle, and tobacco and pipe pouches. Mongols, like the nomadic Tibetans and Manchurians, use an ingeniously designed eating set incorporating a sharp knife and a pair of chopsticks, and sometimes also includes a toothpick, ear scratcher, and a tweezer. They are made of precious metals and embellished with semi-precious stones.

The dress reflects the age of the wearer. The costumes of elderly people are, as a rule, modest and plain. The female dress shows differences between the attire of the girls and that of married women. The latter is decorated and adorned more splendidly with ornaments and jewellery. The design of the garments, the combination of colours as well as the decorative ornaments speak of an old tradition. The national costumes were mostly brown and dark blue. The Mongols wear the coat with the oblique border, the "Tashuu Engertei Deel", and the coat with the rectangular border, the "Durvuljin Engertei Deel". The materials from which the dresses were sewn were either produced by the people themselves, such as "leather, wool, and fur", or dresses have been made from silk, cotton, wool, and brocades and were richly decorated with jewellery and ornaments of gold, silver, corals, pearls, and precious stones. Every nationality has its own headdress (i.g. the "Toortsog", "Yuden", and "Zharantai"), hence there are many different kinds of caps and boots. The master (male or female) was able to glue, quilt, and stuff with wadding; he knew the symbolism of the ornaments used on the dresses, the symbolism of the colours and their combination.

Mongolia - Traditional Costumes 1986

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Vietnam - Traditional Costumes 1997


400 Dong - Trang phục dân tộc San Chay (San Chay Ethnic Costumes)
2000 Dong - Trang phục dân tộc Dao quần trắng (National Costumes)
5000 Dong - Trang phục dân tộc Phù Lá (Phu La Etnic Costumes)
10000 Dong - Trang phục dân tộc Kho me (Khmer Ethic Costumes)

Liechtenstein - Coat of Arms 1964


0.20 CHF - Grafen von Werdenburg - Vaduz (1342 - 1416)
0.30 CHF - Freiherren von Brandis (1416 -1507)
0.80 CHF - Grafen von Sulz (1507 - 1613)
1.50 CHF - Grafen von Hohenems (1613 - 1712)

Liechtenstein - Coat of Arms 1965


0.20 CHF - Herren von Schellenberg
0.30 CHF - Herren von Gutenberg
0.80 CHF - Herren von Frauenberg
1.00 CHF - Herren von Ramschwag

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Czechoslovakia - City Coat of Arms 1982


50 Haléřů - Hros
50 Haléřů - Mladá Boleslav
50 Haléřů - Nové Město nad Metují
50 Haléřů - Trenčín

Czechoslovakia - City Coat of Arms 1984


50 Haléřů - Kutná Hora
1 Czechoslovak Koruna - Martin
1 Czechoslovak Koruna - Milevsko
50 Haléřů - Turnov

Czechoslovakia - City Coat of Arms 1985


50 Haléřů - Havířov
50 Haléřů - Kamýk nad Vltavou
50 Haléřů - Trnava

Czechoslovakia - City Coat of Arms 1986


50 Haléřů - Vodňany
50 Haléřů - Myjava
50 Haléřů - Žamberk

Czechoslovakia - City Coat of Arms 1990


50 Haléřů - Bytča
50 Haléřů - Soběslav
50 Haléřů - Prostějov
50 Haléřů - Poděbrady