The United States have only issued
a small, but exquisite number of stamps engraved by Czeslaw Slania.
Scott # 2755
Scott # 2036
Scott # 2749
Scott # 2184
- 1993. Dean Acheson (1893-1971), who was Secretary of State during the period
- 1983. Bicentenary of the Treaty of Amity and Commerce between USA and Sweden
1783, featuring Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790). The similar Swedish
stamp can be seen on Sweden, page 14.
- 1993. Princess Grace of Monaco (former Grace
Kelly), in commemoration of the 10th anniversary of her
death.The stamp is a joint issue with Monaco.
- 1990. Earl
Warren (Chief Justice).
Scott # 2154
- 1985. "Battle of the Marne"
after a painting by Harvey Dunn.
'86. Souvenir card with exhibition cancellations. The Veterans Korea
stamp was engraved by Thomas Hipschen of the Bureau of Engraving and
Printing, not Slania as claimed in this article: "Korean
War Veterans Stamp Controversy" published in "Close-Up" No.
4/2005, which is uploaded here for your
Scott # 2590
Scott # 3504
Scott # 2789 (left) and 2790 (right)
ONLY THE VERTICAL SET TO
(THE BOOKLET VERSION)
IS ENGRAVED BY CZ. SLANIA
- 1994. "Surrender at Saratoga" (after a painting by John
- 2001. Joint issue with
Sweden (22nd March), in commemoration of the centenary of the Alfred
Nobel Prize. The similar Swedish stamp and Swedish FDC can
been viewed on Sweden.
- 1993. Christmas stamp,
showing Madonna and Child (after a painting by Giovanni Battista Cima de
Conegliano, 1497), belonging to North Carolina Museum of Art. Sc # 2789 and Sc # 2790.
The stamp appears in two varieties, of which only one is engraved by
- Scott cat 2789 has 4-sided perforation and is a sheet stamp.
ISSUE IS NOT BY CZESLAW SLANIA.
- Scott cat 2790 has 3- and 2-sided perforations and comes in a booklet
of 5 panes, each of of 4 stamps.
only the bottom two of each pane is
perforated on two sides.
THE BOOKLET-VERSION (Scott # 2790) IS ENGRAVED BY SLANIA.
The two varieties are different in size; this is clearly seen in
the words "CHRISTMAS" & "29USA",
when placing the two stamps next to each other, as shown on the
Many thanks to Mr. Chong Meng
(Singapore) for submitting the information about and the image of the
varieties of the Christmas-stamp 1993, to be shown on this page.
The information has been confirmed by the engraver.