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  • 1998.  Jan Lindblad's Tigers.  The stamps were printed se-tenant as shown.  The set is also available with the two tigers as the top stamp.

    • Nature Photographer Jan Lindblad (1933-1987) and his tigers Lilian and Rani. 

Scott # 2261-2262

 


Scott # 2263-2265


Scott # 2359 b

Scott # 2292

Scott # 2289


  • 1998.  Millennium Stamps.  The two stamps are part of a set of ten, of which Slania has engraved the two stamps shown.

    • Swedish Athletes, Arne Borg, and Gillis Grafström.

    • Ernst Rolf, Swedish entertainer.   

Scott # 2308-2309

 

  • 1998.  Nobel Laureate in Literature.  Nadine Gordimer (*1923), South Africa.  The stamp is printed se-tenant with another stamp featuring the Norwegian Nobel Laureate in Literature, Sigrid Undset.  The latter stamp was not engraved by Czeslaw Slania, and is therefore not shown here. 

Scott # 2310

  • 1998.  King Sigismund.  Joint issue with Poland.  400th anniversary of the Battle at Stängebro.  Sigismund III Wasa (1566-1632).  King of Sweden 1592-1599 and of Poland 1587-1632.  

Scott # 2312


Scott # 2323-2326


  • 1999.  Butterflies.  Joint issue with Singapore, where you can find more information about these beautiful insects.  

    • Peacock Butterfly.

    • Blue Pansy.

    • Great egg-fly.

    • Red Admiral. 

Scott # 2356 a-d


  • 1999.  Nobel Peace Laureates, Belgium.  Joint issue with Belgium.  The stamps were printed se-tenant as illustrated.

    • Auguste Marie François Beernaert (1829-1912) who received the Nobel Peace  Prize in 1909. He was a Lawyer, but he became a politician early on and was  Prime Minister and Minister of Finance 1884-1894. He was also a member  of the International Court of Justice in the Hague.

    • Henri La Fontaine (1854-1943) who received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1913.  He had also been a lawyer before he became a politician, and he was professor  of international law i Brussels for a time. From 1907 until his death he was President of the International Peace Bureau. 1920-1921 La Fontaine was the Belgian representative in the League of Nations. 

Scott # 2357-2358

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