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Christianization Latvia (700)


Vatican City: Information on the Catawiki site about Christianization Latvia (700), 1987.
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Catawiki number: 272595
Category: Postage Stamps
Catawiki stamp number: VAT 222-1
Christianization Latvia
Face value: 700
Country / area: Vatican CityIcon-information
Year: 1987
Month: 06
Day: 02
Collection: 1987 Kerstening Letland
Stamp number in collection: 1
Basic colour: Brown, Green
Exact colour:  
Usage: Definitives
Type: Stamp
Theme: Seals
Geographical themes: Letland
Person themes:  
Stamp subject: Kerk van Riga
Michel number: 911
Yvert number:  
Scott number: 783
Stanley Gibbons number: 877
Designer/Engraver: Codoni, M.
Printing office: I.P.Z.S. - Roma
Perforation: Comb perforation 13¼ : 14
Watermark: Without watermark
Luminescence: None
Printing technique: Photogravure
Print run: 550.000
Dimensions / diameter: 30 x 40 mm
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t.g.v. Kerstening Letland 800 jaar geleden
Submission date: 17-02-2009 04:59:54
Submitted by: Collect-A-ROM
Last updated on: 17-08-2015 17:10:01
Last updated by: schipper53
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Mint condition/unmounted (**): € 1.20
Unused (*):
Used/cancelled (o): € 1.20
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