North Korea Released Stamps on Kim Jong Il’s Visit to Russian Federation

\"\"The DPRK (North Korea)  issued new three sheets in commemoration of leader Kim Jong Il’s August visit to Siberian and Far Eastern regions of the Russian Federation.Seen in the upper part of the stamps are inscriptions “Commemoration of Leader Kim Jong Il’s Visit to Siberian and Far Eastern Regions of the Russian Federation” and “August 20-25, Juche 100 (2011)”, as well as flags of Russia and DPRK.
The sheets contain pictures of Kim Jong Il meeting with Russian President Dmitri Medvedev, visiting the Bureya Hydroelectric Power Plant and touring the Buryatiya capital city of Ulan-Ude.\"\"

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One Response to North Korea Released Stamps on Kim Jong Il’s Visit to Russian Federation


    All over the world lots of stamps issued are miniaturization of
    selected camera snaps-almost zero art work from the hand.
    No imagination put to use either. Can just cameras, computer
    photoshop & quality printing ensure a lovely looking postage stamp-
    I don`t think so!!
    A beautiful stamp like our recent Trained Nurses issue can only be done
    by hand, I suppose. Just ensure high quality printing ISP.

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