New Stamps Released in Hungary

Animal Cubs

hungary-animal-cubs-stampsThe stamp sheet featuring twelve young residents of the Budapest Zoo and Botanical Garden. The following cubs can be seen in the stamp designs: Rudi, the African forest buffalo, Adolf, the Javan surili, Öcsi, the northern bald ibis, Bulan, the Visayan warty pig, Panka, the greater rhea, Batty, a Lyle’s flying fox, Gátőr (dam guard), the Dalmatian pelican, Evita, the mhorr gazelle, Nefriti, the night monkey, Lóránt, the red-fronted macaw, Dalma, the dhole, and Kia, the eyelash viper. The edge of the sheet contains the given cub’s name, the colour sign indicating its gender, the name and original habitat of the species, and the cub’s date of birth. A map section can be seen on the base print.

Issue Date: 06.09.2016 Designer: Tibor Zoltán Petényi Printer: Pénzjegynyomda Size: 30 x 40 mm

150 Years of Budapest Zoo

hungary-budapest-zoo-stampsThe composition shown on the stamp block was inspired by the illustrations included in the publication by Count Kálmán Lázár entitled Körút az állatkertekben (Zoo tours). The stamp block was produced by ANY Biztonsági Nyomda Nyrt., based on the plans by Tibor Zoltán Petényi. The idea of opening a zoo first emerged around 1820-30, but the events that took place in 1848-49 and the following period did not help the realisation of the zoo. Finally, at the initiative of a few scientists, the idea was followed up by action. The first lion house was opened in 1876 with lions and tigers. An elephant, a hippopotamus and a rhinoceros joined later on. From 1873, during the mandate of director Károly Serák, performing artists were also invited, who attracted even more visitors. In 1907 the operation of the zoo was taken over by the capital city of Budapest, and more than four million gold crowns were spent on its complete reconstruction.

Issue Date: 09.09.2016 Designer: Tibor Zoltán Petényi Printer: ANY Biztonsági Nyomda Nyrt. Size: 30 x 40 mm

Tree of the Year 2016: Elm

Tree of the Year aims to raise awareness and preservation initiatives, a tree species to thehungary-tree-stamp fore, which have significant importance for the forest, but the attention is diverted from them yet. The National Forestry Association 20 years ago – German model – launched the movement. In most of the elm tree species in Europe due to native high heat demand mainly in the plains and hills it was like, so the medium mountains is only found in the lower regions you. Typical habitat of hardwood gallery forest. Its height can reach up to 30 meters. Extremely tough, flexible, hard and tough wood splintering, due to which properties hajóácsolásra, the construction and underwater – rivaling the oak – wood building is excellent. Car manufacturers, carpenters, tanners and pipe makers also happy to have worked with him, and out of it, but it has also been used in folk medicine. Lombok ruminant animals served as fodder. The elm pruning can easily regenerate well and sprouts tuskóról gyökérről well. Source: The National Forestry Association azevfaja.hu 9 December 1866 established in Budapest, in 1851, founded Ungarischer Fortsverein legal successor. The Association’s role was decisive in the field of forestry professionals Hungarian language and literature development and the professional development of science as well. The Association is an outstanding personality founding secretary and first vice president Kálnoki Bedo Albert (1839-1918), who was the 50th anniversary of its foundation, in 1916 elected honorary president. Memory of 1957 entitled “Bedo Albert Medal” awards were founded to be distributed each year.

Issue Date: 08.09.2016 Designer: Attila Elekes Process: Banknote Printing Company. Size: 30 x 40mm

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