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  • Issue Date: 2003-10-09
  • Withdrawn: 2010-01-31
  • Designed by: Sofia Martins (Des)
  • Engraver:
  • Printed by: INCM
  • Print Process: Lithography
  • Paper: Enamel
  • Width : 112mm
  • Height : 140mm
  • Perforations: 12x12½
  • Watermark: N
  • Format: Sheet of 10x5
  • Booklet: N
  • Phosphorescent band in stamps: N

Portugal 2003 Portuguese Glass a

€0.30
12x12½
Multi

Glass of King José I
18th century

Portugal 2003 Portuguese Glass b

€0.55
12x12½
Multi

Glass of Queen Maria II 19th century

Portugal 2003 Portuguese Glass c

€0.70
12x12½
Multi

Glass by Carmo Valente
20th century

Portugal 2003 Portuguese Glass d

€2.00
12x12½
Multi

Glass by M. Helena Matos
20th century

Portugal 2003 Portuguese Glass MS

1.50€
12x12½
Multi

Stained glass by Fernando Santos
19th century

  • Postmarks: Lisboa, Porto, Coimbra, Évora, Faro, Funchal, Ponta Delgada

Image Value Perfor Color Print Run WM Ovpt Stamp Catalogues
MDF[1]SC[2]YT[3]MI[4]SG[5]NVPH[6]WAD[7]
Portugal 2003 Portuguese Glass a€0.3012x11½Multi350,000NN1492147601504000
Portugal 2003 Portuguese Glass b€0.5512x11½Multi250,000NN1493147701505000
Portugal 2003 Portuguese Glass c€0.7012x11½Multi250,000NN1494147801506000
Portugal 2003 Portuguese Glass d€2.0012x11½Multi250,000NN1495147901507000
Portugal 2003 Portuguese Glass MS€1.5012x11½Multi60,000NN331479a031000

NotesEdit

  1. Mundifil (J. Miranda da Mota)-Substitute of Afinsa (Portugal & former Colonies)
  2. Scott Catalogue
    © Scott Publishing Inc., USA
  3. Yvert et Tellier Catalogue
    © Editions Yvert & Tellier, France
  4. Mitchell Catalogue
    © Schwanegerger Verlag GmbH, Germany
  5. Stanley Gibbons Catalogue
    © Stanley Gibbons - London
  6. NVPH-Catalogue.Netherland
  7. WADP-World Association for the Development of Philately Numbering System

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