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Thursday, September 27, 2012

Jordan - Jordanian Women Costumes 1975


Issue Date: 01 February 1975
Description: Woman in Costumes
Perforation: 12
Denomination: 5 Fils, 10 Fils, 15 Fils, 20 Fils, 25 Fils

Jordan - Jordanian Women Costumes (NOT ISSUED)


Issue Date: NOT ISSUED
Description: Woman in Costumes
Perforation: 12
Denomination: 30 Fils, 35 Fils, 40 Fils, 50 Fils, 60 Fils (this value was never issued)

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Bolivia - Folklore Dance 1968



Issued on 24 June 1968
Perforation: 13 1/2 x 13 
Issued to publicize the 9th Congress of the Postal Union of the Americas and Spain

Folklore characters:
0.30 Bolivian Boliviano - Macheteros
0.60 Bolivian Boliviano - Chunchos
1.00 Bolivian Boliviano - Wiphala
2.00 Bolivian Boliviano - Diablada

1.20 Bolivian Boliviano - Pujllay
1.40 Bolivian Boliviano - Ujusiris
2.00 Bolivian Boliviano - Morenada
3.00 Bolivian Boliviano - Auki-Aukis

Ethiopia - Ethiopian Jewelry 1976


Issued on 14 May 1976
Paper: Granite Paper
Perforation: 11 1/2
Designs: Women wearing various kind of Ethiopian Jewelry

Ecuador - Traditional Costumes 1972



Issued on July 1972
Perforation: 13

2 Ecuador Sucres - Women Wearing Poncho
Ecuador Sucres - Striped Poncho
Ecuador Sucres - Embroidered Poncho
10 
Ecuador Sucres - Metal Vase

Monday, September 10, 2012

Liberia - Masks (FESTAC) 1977



Issued on 20 January 1977
FESTAC 1977, 2nd World Black and African Festival in Lagos, Nigeria

0.05 Liberian Dollar - Baluba
0.10 Liberian Dollar - Bateke
0.15 Liberian Dollar - Basshilele
0.20 Liberian Dollar - Igungun Mask
0.25 Liberian Dollar - Masai
0.50 Liberian Dollar - Kifwebe
0.75 Liberian Dollar - Ibo (Souvenir Sheet)

Monday, September 3, 2012

Malaysia - Lifestyle of The Aboriginal People of Malaysia 2010


Technical Details:
Date of Issue : 27th September 2010
Stamp Value : 60 sen, 70 sen and 80 sen
Sheet Content : 20 Stamps
First Day Cover Value : 30 Sen
Perforation: 14
Paper Watermarked: SPM, Phosphor Coated
Printing Process: Lithography
Printer : Percetakan Keselamatan Nasional Sdn. Bhd.

Lifestyle of the Aboriginal People of Malaysia:
Malaysia's indigenous communities represent a small but important part of the nation's multi-cultural milieu. These communities are disproportionately spread out between the small and frequently isolated communities found in the peninsular and the Malaysian Borneo states of Sarawak and Sabah where they make up 50 to 60 percent of the respective state's population.

The "Orang Asli" are made up of nearly a hundred different ethnic sub-groups. These include around twenty in Peninsular Malaysia although administratively, they are categorised as Negrito, Senoi and Aboriginal Malay. Sabah and Sarawak, on the other hand, has between 30 to 40 distinct sub-groups each with an even more amazing number of languages and dialects.

The Department of Orang Asli Affairs or JHEOA is entrusted with the care and administration of the indigenous communities. Its mandate includes the eradication of poverty, improvement of health, promoting education and improving their general livelihood and where possible and desired, their integration with mainstream Malaysian society. 

60 Cents, Malaysian Ringgit - The Proto Malays
The 60 sen stamp portrays two women of the Proto-Malay tribe playing a traditional musical instrument known as the "Ketuk Buluh" or a slotted bamboo pipe previously used to scare away birds during the harvesting season. It is nowadays mostly used as a musical instrument for community dances including weddings, the arrival of guests and so on. 

70 Cents, Malaysian Ringgit - The Negrito
A Negrito man hunting with his blowpipe adorns the 70 sen stamp. Silent and highly accurate in the hands of an expert, it fires poisoned darts and is well suited for shooting birds, monkeys and other small animals out of trees. Primarily hunter-gathers, the Negrito people subsist on the bounty of Peninsular Malaysia's abundant rainforests for food as well as shelter.

80 Cents, Malaysian Ringgit - The Senoi
A native of the Senoi tribe is depicted on the 80 sen stamp applying his skills at woodcarving. Well known for their woodworking abilities, the Senoi most often sculpt spirit gods and effigies that are used both for worship as well as decoration. The "harimau berantai" (a mythical tiger holding a chain in its mouth) is their most popular artistic choice.

Tunisia - Traditional Clothing & Textiles 2007



Issued on 16 March 2007

Traditional Clothing & Textiles:
0.250 Tunisian Dinar - Jelwa (Wedding Dress)
0.250 Tunisian Dinar - Silk Jebba
1.100 Tunisian Dinar - Klim
1.350 Tunisian Dinar - Wooden Blanket from Gafsa

Saturday, September 1, 2012

New Caledonia - Town Coats of Arms 1993


Issued on 10 December 1993
Perforations: 13 1/2

70 CFP Franc - Bourail
70 CFP Franc - Noumea
70 CFP Franc - Canala
70 CFP Franc - Kone
70 CFP Franc - Paita
70 CFP Franc - Dumbea
70 CFP Franc - Koumac
70 CFP Franc - Ponerhouen
70 CFP Franc - Kaamoo Hyehen
70 CFP Franc - Mont Dore
70 CFP Franc - Thio
70 CFP Franc - Kaala-Gomen
70 CFP Franc - Touho

Bahamas - Military Uniforms 2008


Country/ Post: Bahamas
Date of Issue: 20 March 2008
Primary theme: Military (Military uniforms)
Width: 28.45 mm
Height: 42.58 mm
Number in set 5 (Show Set)
Layout/Format: Sheet of 6
Perforations: 14 by 14
Stamp issuing authority: Bahamas Postal Administration
Printer: BDT International Security Printing Ltd

15 Cents, Bahamian Dollar - His Majesty's Independent Company
25 Cents, Bahamian Dollar - 47th Regiment of Foot
50 Cents, Bahamian Dollar - 99th Regiment of Foot
65 Cents, Bahamian Dollar - Royal Artillery
70 Cents, Bahamian Dollar - Black Garrison Companies

North Korea - Traditional Warriors' Costumes 1990


Issued on 27 February 1990
Perforations: 11 1/2

Traditional Warriors' Costumes:
20 North Korean Won - Infantryman (3rd Century BC - 7th Century AD)
30 North Korean Won- Archer (3rd Century BC - 7th Century AD)
50 North Korean Won - Commander in Armor (3rd Century - 7th Century AD)
70 North Korean Won - Koguryo Period Officer (10th - 14th Centuries)

Ryukyus - Folklore 1969 - 1970


Folklore:
01 August 1969 - Tug of War Festival (pic 4)
05 September 1969 - Hari Boat Race (pic 5)
03 October 1969 - Izaiho Ceremony ((pic 3)
20 January 1970 - Mortardrum Dance (pic 1)
27 February 1970 - Sea God Dance (pic 2)

Tunisia - Traditional Costumes 2005


Country / Post: Tunisia
Date of Issue: 16 March 2005
Primary theme: Fine Arts (Textiles)
Subject: Day of handicraft and national dress
Width: 27.5 mm
Height: 40.0 mm
Denomination: 0.60 TND
Number in set: 4 (show set)
Layout/Format: sheet of 20
Perforations: 13 by 13
Stamp issuing authority: Office National des Postes Tunisie
Printer: Imprimerie des timbres-poste de la Tunisie

Native Costumes:
0.25 Tunisian Dinar - Takhila, Hammam Sousse
0.39 Tunisian Dinar - Tarf-Ras Ceremonial Costume, Kerkennah
0.39 Tunisian Dinar - Karmassoud Jebba
0.60 Tunisian Dinar - Traditional Bridal Costume Matmata

British Honduras - Festivals of Belize 1973


Issued on 09 March 1973
Perforation: 14 1/2

3c - Baron Bliss Day
10c - Labor Day
26c - Carib Settlement Day
50c - Pan American Day

Indonesia - Tourism 2003


Indonesia Tourism:
IDR 1000 - Mome'ati, Gorontalo
IDR 1000 - Jou Uci Sabea, Maluku Utara
IDR 1500 - Muang Jong, Bangka Belitung
IDR 1500 - Seba Baduy, Banten

IDR 5000 - Muang Jong, Bangka Belitung (SS)

Guyana (South America) - Phagwah Festival 1969


Issued on 26 February 1969
Phagwah (Holi) Hindu Festival
Two celebrants spraying colored water

Antigua - 21th Anniversary of Carnival 1977


Issued on 18 July 1977

30c - Carnival Queen in feather costume
50c - Butterfly costume
90c - Carnival Queen with ornaments
$1 - Carnival King, Queen