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Trades and Crafts

Tailor
Appraisal Value CHF 1.80
Motif Tailor
Goldsmith
Appraisal Value CHF 2.00
Motif Goldsmith
Stonemason
Appraisal Value CHF 1.30
Motif Stonemason

SEPAC is a cooperation between 14 small postal administrations in Europe that issue stamps on common themes on a regular basis. This year each country is creating its own special stamp on the theme of trades and crafts. Philately Liechtenstein used this as an opportunity to integrate its SEPAC stamp this year into a series that will be continued in the future.
Graphic artist René Wolfinger chose to graphically represent the three motifs with pictograms and placed these on different coloured backgrounds. A common feature on each special stamp is a stylised hand to symbolise the theme of trades and crafts. On the SEPAC stamp depicting the “Goldsmith” profession (value: CHF 2.00), one of the oldest metalcrafts, the pictograms show a hammer, pliers, tweezers and screw clamp. The “Stonemason” special stamp (value: CHF 1.30) shows the graphic symbols of a hammer, pointed chisel and drove chisel. The oldest still preserved pieces of work of this profession are around 40,000 years old. By contrast, thimble, scissors, needles, measuring tape and sewing machine are to be seen on the “Tailor” special stamp (value: CHF 1.80). The origins of this profession go back to the middle 12th century.

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Date Of Issue
06. March 2017
Designers
René Wolfinger, Balzers
Stamp format
32 x 38 mm
Perforation
12 ¾ x 12
Sheet format
146 x 208 mm
Print
3-colour offset
Gutenberg AG, Schaan
Paper
Tullis Russel tru white litho
110 g/m2, gummed
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Nadine Nipp

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Philatelie Liechtenstein
Alte Zollstrasse 11
9494 Schaan
Liechtenstein

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