Fourteenth definitive issue Architectural monuments

Newsletter # 05 (460) February 29, 2012
On March 2, 2012 the Ministry of Communications and Informatization of the Republic of Belarus will issue 12 postage stamps of the 24th definitive issue Architectural monuments.
Designer: Vladislav Ruta. Printing: offset. Colour: multicoloured. Size of the stamps: 18x26 mm.
There are elements of protection on the stamps.
Face value A is equal to the tariff of a letter up to 20 gram within Belarus.
Face value H is equal to the surface tariff of a letter up to 20 gram abroad.
Face value P is equal to the air-mail tariff of a letter up to 20 gram abroad.
 
The stamps Nos. 905-916 are printed in sheets of 21 (7x3) stamps on self-adhesive paper. Perforation: direct cutting. Size of sheets: 144x100 mm. Print quantity: No.905, 908 — 1596000 stamps, No.906 — 2037000 stamps, No.907 — 1575000 stamps, No.909 — 1302000 stamps, No.910 — 315000 stamps, No.911 — 130200 stamps, No.912 — 168000 stamps, No.913 — 105000 stamps, No.914 — 6390000 stamps, No.915 — 630000 stamps, No.916 — 100800 stamps.
No. 905
Mahiliou Town Hall, 17th-20th centuries, 2008
50 BYR
 
No. 906
Kamianets Tower, 13th century
100 BYR
No. 907
Niasvizh Castle, 16th-18th centuries
200 BYR
No. 908
Church of Epiphany in Polatsk, 1761-1777
500 BYR
No. 909
Rumyantsev-Paskevich Palace in Homel, 18th-19th centuries
1000 BYR
 
No. 910
Mir Castle, 16th-20th centuries
2000 BYR
No. 911
Main Post-Office in Minsk, 1949-1953
2000 BYR
No. 912
Lida Castle, 14th century
2000 BYR
 
No. 913
Bernardine monastery in Budslau, 18th century
20000 BYR
 
No. 914
Kosava Palace, 19th century
 
No. 915
Red Church in Minsk, 1908-1910
 
No. 916
Church-fortress in Muravanka, 1524
 
The stamps Nos. 905 A-916 A are also printed in sheets of 8 (4x2) stamps on chalk-surfaced, gummed paper. Perforation: comb 131/4: 14. Size of sheets: 90x69 mm. Print quantity: 160000 stamps each.
No. 905
Mahiliou Town Hall, 17th-20th centuries, 2008
50 BYR
 
No. 906
Kamianets Tower, 13th century
100 BYR
No. 907
Niasvizh Castle, 16th-18th centuries
200 BYR
No. 908
Church of Epiphany in Polatsk, 1761-1777
500 BYR
No. 909
Rumyantsev-Paskevich Palace in Homel, 18th-19th centuries
1000 BYR
 
No. 910
Mir Castle, 16th-20th centuries
2000 BYR
No. 911
Main Post-Office in Minsk, 1949-1953
2000 BYR
 
No. 912
Lida Castle, 14th century
2000 BYR
 
No. 913
Bernardine monastery in Budslau, 18th century
20000 BYR
 
No. 914
Kosava Palace, 19th century
 
No. 915
Red Church in Minsk, 1908-1910
 
No. 916
Church-fortress in Muravanka, 1524
 
 
 

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