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=='''Croat Personalities (birth and death anniversaries)'''==
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Latest revision as of 11:53, 7 March 2020

  • Issue date: 8th April 2013
  • three values and three stamp booklets
  • Designed by: Tomislav Tomić
  • Printed by: Zrinski dd Cakovec, Croatia
  • Print process: lithography
  • stamp format height 30mm x width 36mm
  • Perforations: 14 x 14

Stamps


1.60K ~ fire-bellied toad, Bombina bombina
3.10K ~ fire salamander, Salamandra salamandra
4.60K ~ olm, Proteus anguinus

  • a set of maximum cards was also issued
  • Notes: the amphibian olm lives in karstic caves; at 30cm long (fully grown) it is the largest cave ‘animal’ in the world, and also the longest lived (up to 100 years)

Sheet stamps

  • sheets of 10 (5 x 2)
1.60K
3.10K
4.60K
4.60K used in May 2013

Stamp Booklets

  • panes of ten stamps of single design
booklets (three)