Mongolia stamps

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Flag of Mongolia

Mongolia is a landlocked country in East and Central Asia. It borders Russia to the north and People's Republic of China to the south, east and west. Although Mongolia does not share a border with Kazakhstan, its western-most point is only a few miles from Kazakhstan's eastern tip. Ulan Bator, the capital and largest city, is home to about 38% of the population. Mongolia's political system is a parliamentary republic.

The area of what is now Mongolia has been ruled by various nomadic empires, including the Xiongnu, the Xianbei, the Rouran, the Gökturks, and others. The Mongol Empire was founded by Genghis Khan in 1206. After the collapse of the Yuan Dynasty, the Mongols returned to their earlier patterns. In the 16th and 17th centuries, Mongolia came under the influence of Tibetan Buddhism. At the end of the 17th century, most of Mongolia had been incorporated into the area ruled by the Qing Dynasty. During the collapse of the Qing Dynasty in 1911, Mongolia declared independence, but had to struggle until 1921 to firmly establish de-facto independence, and until 1945 to gain international recognition. As a consequence, it came under strong Russian and Soviet influence: In 1924, the Mongolian People's Republic was declared, and Mongolian politics began to follow the same patterns as Soviet politics of the time. After the breakdown of communist regimes in Eastern Europe in late 1989, Mongolia saw its own Democratic Revolution in early 1990, which led to a multi-party system, a new constitution in 1992, and the - rather rough - transition to a market economy.

At 1,564,116 square kilometres, Mongolia is the nineteenth largest and most sparsely populated independent country in the world, with a population of around 2.9 million people. It is also the world's second-largest landlocked country after Kazakhstan. The country contains very little arable land, as much of its area is covered by steppes, with mountains to the north and west and the Gobi Desert to the south. Approximately 30% of the country's 2.9 million people are nomadic or semi-nomadic. The predominant religion in Mongolia is Tibetan Buddhism, and the majority of the state's citizens are of the Mongol ethnicity, though Kazakhs, Tuvans and other minorities also live in the country, especially in the west.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mongolia


%23c5

Scott: #C5P

Issued: 1.5.1965

WIPA '65

%23B110 Inside #C5: Austria #B110O

To check again…

%23199 Inside #C5: Mongolia #199O

%23808 Inside #C5: Poland #808O

%23192 Inside #C5: Mongolia #192O

http://i.colnect.net/b/898/320/Soyombo.jpg Inside #C5: Mongolia #149B (Y)

(Thanks to Attilio Papio)

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Inside #C5:  US #1254-6P

%23582 Inside #C5: Germany-DDR #582P

%23C208 Inside #C5: Hungary #C208P

%23896 Inside #C5: Germany #896O

%23469 Inside #C5: Sweden #469P

Others Unidentified


 

Scott: #C36O

Thanks to Lloyd Gilbert for the scan

Thanks to Lou Guadagno for the scan

Is there a different in color???

Issued: 15.4.1973

IBRA '73

 Inside #C36: Mongolia #159O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno for the scan


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Scott: #C37-45P

Issued: 31.7.1973

COMECON, August 1973

#3100 Inside #C37: Russia #3100O

%23236 Inside #C38: Mongolia #236O

%231047 Inside #C39: Bulgaria #1047P

#B202 Inside #C40: Hungary #B202O

%23C72 Inside #C41: Czechoslovakia #C72O

#369 Inside #C42: Germany - DDR #369P

%23883 Inside #C43: Cuba #883O

 Inside #C43: Cuba #884O

Lou wrote: Mongolia Sc #C43 actually illustrates a non-existent stamp. It has the design of Cuba Sc #883 but the colors of Sc #884 without the silver imprint.

With all the Cuba stamps with a post and communications theme he could have chosen from, the designer picked the 1964 Postal Rocket Flight stamp on stamp (Sc #883), probably because it reproduced the stamp used for the first officially sanctioned rocket mail delivery, but had a problem in that the black stamp would not show up well inside a black frame. His solution was to change the colors of the stamp by using those of the Voshkod I Rocket Flight commemorative (Sc #884), which was the same design with XXV ANIVERSARIO removed and a silver rocket and inscriptions added.  Actually, he might have been able to use #883 with just a little “tweaking” to outline the perfs in the black portions of the stamp.

%232280 Inside #C44: Romania #2280P

%23802 Inside #C45: Poland #802P


#c56

Scott: #C56O

Issued: 15.4.1974

50th Anniversary, First Stamps of Mongolia

%234 Inside #C56: Mongolia #4O


%23C68

Scott: #C68O

Issued: 0.12.1974

Centenary, UPU, STOCKHOLMIA '74

%231 Inside #C68 (In Margin): Sweden #1O


Scott: #961O

Issued: 20.5.1977

AMPHILEX '77

 Inside #961: Netherlands #1P

 Inside #961: Mongolia #22O

 Mongolia revenue - #22 without ovpt

Lou wrote: Above you can see the Mongolia unlisted revenue stamp as shown on the S/S and Mongolia #22 with the POSTAGE overprint which should have been reproduced. In fairness, the overprint can be found so faint in color that it appears to be omitted. I’d like to think that the stamp the designer used is an example of this.

I bought the # 22 (an expensive stamp) first, and it looked so “wrong” in my display, that I bought the revenue stamp when I found one at a show, so that I could show both examples.  They also show off the color variances of the issue.  I think you should have both on the site also.


%23C100

Scott: #C100O

Issued: 20.12.1977

History of Airships

%23C26 Inside #C100: Russia #C26O


%23C108

Scott: #C108P

Issued: 25.3.1978

75th Anniversary of First Powered Flight, Wright Brothers, 1903

%23c15 Inside #C108 (In Margin): France #C15O

%23c3a Inside #C108 (In Margin): US #C3aO

#2086 Inside #C108 (In Margin): Russia #2086O

%23C349 Inside #C108 (In Margin): Hungary #C349O

DRE MIVK Inside #C108 (In Margin): Germany #Mi MIVK

(thanks to Komlóssy Zoltán for the scan)

%23C24 Inside #C108 (In Margin): Hungary #C24O

%23C2 Inside #C108 (In Margin): Mongolia #C2O


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%231020-25

Scott: #1019-25P

Issued: 0.6.1978

CAPEX '78

%23336 Inside #1019: Canada #336P

%23478 Inside #1020: Canada #478O

%23369 Inside #1021: Canada #369P

%23324 Inside #1022: Canada #324P

%23322 Inside #1023: Canada #322P

%23323 Inside #1024: Canada #323O

%23343 Inside #1025: Canada #343P

#c110

Scott: #C110O

%23553 Inside #C110: Canada #553O

%23549 Inside #C110: Mongolia #549O


%231077a1

Scott: #1077aP

Issued: 15.5.1979

Philaserdica '79

#1 Inside #1077a: Bulgaria #1O

%234 Inside #1077a: Mongolia #4O

#1077a

Scott: #1077O


%231096

Scott: #1096O

Issued: 15.9.1979

Brasiliana '79

%231582 Inside #1096: Brazil #1582O

%231145 Inside #1096: Brazil #1145O

%23C1 Inside #1096: Mongolia #C1O


%231105

Scott: #1105P

Issued: 5.5.1980

London '80

%23488 Inside #1105 (In Margin): G.B. #488O


%231128

Scott: #1128P

Issued: 10.10.1980

Intercosmos Cooperative Space Program

%232222 Inside #1128b: Czechoslovakia #2222O

%232270 Inside #1128d: Poland #2270O

#1947 Inside #1128f: Germany-DDR #1947O

%232576 Inside #1128h: Bulgaria #2576O

%23C417 Inside #1128j: Hungary #C417O


#1174

Scott: #1174P

Issued: 28.4.1981

Publicity for 1981 Stamp Exhibitions

%23240 Inside #1174a: Mongolia #240O or Mongolia #241dO

%238N4 Inside #1174b: Wurttemberg #8N4O

%238NB10 Inside #1174b: Wurttemberg #8NB10O

%23B110 Inside #1174c: Austria #B110O

%2340 Inside #1174c: Austria #40O

#827 Inside #1174d: Japan #827P


%231232

Scott: #1232P

Issued: 28.12.1981

Intercosmos Flights

Mi%20%231104 Inside #1232e: Viet Nam Mi #1104

%23C325 Inside #1232f: Cuba #C325O

%231173 Inside #1232g: Mongolia #1173O

%23C241A Inside #1232h: Romania #C241O


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Scott: #C146-52P

Issued: 5.10.1981

50th Anniversary, Graf Zeppelin Polar Flight

#C40 Inside #C146: Germany #C40O

#C41 Inside #C147: Germany #C41O

#C42 Inside #C148: Germany #C42O

#C30 Inside #C149: Russia #C30O

#C31 Inside #C150: Russia #C31O

#C32 Inside #C151: Russia #C32O

#C33 Inside #C152: Russia #C33O

http://spot.colorado.edu/~dziadeck/zf/images/banner/graf.gifZEPPELIN

http://spot.colorado.edu/~dziadeck/zf/stamps.htm


%231252

Scott: #1252O

Issued: 11.6.1982

PHILEXFRANCE '82

%23B13 Inside #1252: Mongolia #B13O Design (B)


%231323

Scott: #1323O

Issued: 10.7.1983

BRASILANA

Inside #1323: Emblem (In Margin)


Scott: #1400O

Issued: 20.12.1984

60th Anniversary of Mongolian Stamps

 Inside #1400: Mongolia #1O


%231850

Scott: #1850O

Issued: 8.5.1990

London '90

GB #1 a Inside #1850 (In Margin): G.B. #1


#2004

Scott: #2004O

Issued: 12.6.1991

Exposition Postal History

%236 Inside #2004: Mongolia #6O

 Inside #2004: Mongolia #1849O

Thanks to Lou for the scan


#2176-9

Scott: #2176-9

Issued: 16.8.1994

Philakorea '94

%231749 Inside #2176: Korea #1749O

%23433 Inside #2177: Mongolia #433O

%231 Inside #2178: Mongolia #1O

%231 Inside #2179: Korea #1O


%232180

Scott: #2180O

Issued: 23.11.1994

70th Anniversary, First Mongolian Stamp

%235 Inside #2180: Mongolia #5O


   

Scott: #2247C-F

Issued: 08.09.1996

Phila Seoul ’96 Exhibition

Overprinted " Phila Seoul" on #2176-79

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


%232247A

Scott: #2247O

Different borders on each S/S

Thanks to Lou for the blue border scan

Issued: 13.11.1996

Capex '96

%232 Inside #2247: Mongolia #2O

%231 Inside #2247: Canada #1O


Scott: #2254O

Thanks to Lloyd Gilbert for scan

Issued: 17.10.1997

Moscow '97

%23264 Inside #2254: Mongolia #264O

Scott: #2254aO

Issued: 08.06.1997

Irkutsk 2007 Overprint on 2254 S/S

Thanks to Lloyd Gilbert for scan


Scott: #2401DhO

Issued: 24.12.2000

20th Anniversary (in1999), Mongolia-World Intellectual Property Organization

%23881 Inside #2401Dh: Mongolia #881O

%231194 Inside #2401Dh: Mongolia #1194O


http://www.computer-stamps.com/pictures/mongolia-stamp-344.jpg

Scott: #2502O

Issued: 2.12.2001

Dialogue among Civilizations

Inside #2502: Pseudo Stamp on Envelope

Thanks to Lloyd Gilbert


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Scott: #2504a-tO

Issued: 30.12.2001

History of Humanity

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Inside #2504f: Monaco #738O (modified: "1519-MONACO-1969" omitted at top, no perfed margins)

 

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Inside #2504f: Grenada #676O (modified: value, GRENADA omitted at top, inscription at bottom, no perfed margins)

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Inside #2504r: U.S. #704O (design component: portrait and frame only)

 

GB #1 a Inside #2504t: G.B. #1

http://www.stampsonstamps.org/gallery23.htm


2004

Scott: #2587O

Issued: 4.12.2004

80th Anniversary, Stamps of Mongolia

%231 Inside #2587: Mongolia #1O

Others Stamps in margins - TBI


#2613a-l

Scott: #2613a-lO

Issued: 1.2.2006

50th Anniversary, First Europa Stamps

#771-2

Inside #2613a-l: As Germany A190 (#771-2)

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%232613q#2613r

Scott: #2613m-rO

Thanks to G.B.


Scott: #2794O

Issued: 16.05.2014

90th Anniversary of Mongolian Stamps

Overprint and revalue on s/s #1400 from 1984

 Inside #2794: Mongolia #1O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


mongolia  left stamp from  ss mongolia  right stamp from ss

Scott: #????-?O

Issued: 07.10.2014

90th Anniversary of Mongolian Stamps II

Scan%20not%20available Inside #????: Mongolia TBI

  Inside #????: Mongolia #1O

%232 Inside #????: Mongolia #2O

Scan%20not%20available Inside #????: Mongolia #3O

%234 Inside #????: Mongolia #4O

%236 Inside #????: Mongolia #6O

Scan%20not%20available Inside #????: Mongolia unlisted O

mongolia      ss

Scott: #????O

mongolia  margin detail

Inside #???? (In margin): Famous stamps from around the world - TBI

GB #1 a Inside #????t: G.B. #1

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


 

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