Venezuela stamps

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Scott: #740O, #741-2P, #C706-8O

Issued: 15.9.1959

Centenary of Venezuelan Postage Stamps

Inside #740, #C706: Venezuela #1O

Inside #741, #C707: Venezuela #2O

Inside #742#C708: Venezuela #3O


Scott: #C905-7O

Issued: 5.11.1965

Publicity for Venezuela's Claim to Part of British Guiana

Inside #C906: Venezuela #140O

Scott: #C907aO

Thanks to Lloyd Gilbert and to Lou Guadagno for the scans

Lou wrote: The imperf C907a sheet was issued (with another sheet with the rest of the Guiana claim map stamps) the following year, on June 7, 1966, and had no franking value like the Chile presentation sheets.


Scott: #974-6O

Issued: 28.11.1970

EXFILCA

Inside #975: Venezuela #22O

Inside #976: Venezuela #C13O

Scott: #976aO


Scott: #1223P

Issued: 13.2.1980

Death Centenary of Sir Rowland Hill

Inside #1223: G.B. #1


Scott: #1466O

Issued: 29.11.1991

Exfilve '1991

Inside #1466: Venezuela #136P


Scott: #1469cO

Issued: 15.3.1992

Seville Expo '92 / 500th Anniversary of the Discovery of America

Inside #1469C: Spain #2169O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno

Lou wrote: This is what I call an "accidental sos", since the stamp is not the primary reason for the issue. In this case, the artist, Ricardo Vargas Garcia created a montage of a map and art and architecture of Spain titled "An Echo of 500 Years", and for some reason, used the stamp of a painting.--and a canceled one at that!  It is also interesting that neither the  painting in the stamp ("The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb" by Juan de Juanes, c.1540) or the El Greco painting detail ("The Resurrection', c. 1584-94) at the top left, are from the time period of Columbus.


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