New Stamps from Liechtenstein

Ferdinand Nigg (1865-1949)

liech nigg stampIssue Date: 09.11.2015 Colours: 4 Colours

Living Space: The Alps Postal Stationary

alps stampsIssue Date: 09.11.2015 Colours: 4 Colours

Princely Treasures: Paintings

liech paintings stampsThe works of art from the collections of the Prince of Liechtenstein are coveted stamp motifs. The Philately is presenting three paintings of the painter born in Antwerp, Jacques Jordaens (1593-1678), in its latest continuation of the “Princely Treasures” series. Together with the great masters Rubens and van Dyck, Jordaens is considered to be one of the major painters of the Flemish Baroque, who apart from a short stay in England in 1641, spent his entire life in Flanders. His œuvre includes large-format altarpieces, genre paintings, mythological and allegorical scenes and also designs for tapestries.

Issue Date: 09.11.2015 Designer: Hans Peter Gassner, Vaduz Printer: Cartor Security Printing Process: Offset Colours: 4 Colours Size: 41.31 x 38 mm, 44.37 x 38 mm, 47.43 x 38 mm : CHF 1.00, CHF 1.40, CHF 1.90

Year of Monkey

liech year of monkey stampThe motif of the special stamp was designed as a delicate paper cut and produced using ultramodern laser technology. The designer Stefan Erne chose the colour red, the symbol for luck in China, for the special commemorative sheetlet comprising four identical stamps.

All the prints are affixed in high-grade gold foil embossing. The 4-stamp sheetlet is also cut in the shape of a monkey.

Issue Date: 09.11.2015 Designer: Stefan Erne, Triesen Printer: Gutenberg AB, Schaan
Process: Offset Colours: 1 Colour Size: 48 x 28 mm Values: CHF 1.90

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