History of Banknotes of Belarus

Newsletter # 40 (842) October 25, 2019
On November 4, 2019 the Ministry of Communications and Informatization of the Republic of Belarus will issue 3 postage stamps of the series History of banknotes of Belarus.
 
Design: Tatyana Kuznetsova. Print process: offset. Colour: multicoloured with additional paint like bronze. Paper: chalk-surfaced, gummed. Perforations: comb 12. Stamps size: 40x28 mm. Sheets composition: 6 (3x2) stamps & 2 coupons. Sheets size: 138x138 mm. The technology of thermal stamping with metalized red foil was applied on the stamps and coupons. Print quantity: 72.000 stamps each.
 
Printer: Unitary Enterprise Bobruisk Integrated Printing House named after A. T.  Nepogodin.
 
Letter A is equal to the tariff of a letter up to 20 gram within Belarus.
Letter N is equal to the surface tariff of a postcard abroad.
Letter P is equal to the air-mail tariff of a letter up to 20 gram abroad.
 
No. 1324
History of banknotes of Belarus
A
 
 
Element of protection
 
 
No. 1325
History of banknotes of Belarus
N
 
 
Element of protection
 
 
 
No. 1326
History of banknotes of Belarus
P
 
 
Element of protection
 
 
 
A sheetlet is also issued. Sheetlet composition: 6 (2 sets) stamps. Sheetlet size: 138x138 mm. Print quantity: 15.000 sheetlets.
The national currency along with the emblem, the flag and anthem is an integral attribute of a sovereign state. One of the important components of a full value money circulation system is metallic currency (coins).
 
Banknotes of Belarus, series of the years 1992-1999, 2000 and 2009, are depicted on the postage stamps.
 
The project was prepared in cooperation with the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus.
 
Colour of the postmark — red.

Special postmark and FDC designed by T.Kuznetsova.
A special cancellation on FDC will be carried out at the post office No.1 of Minsk (shop Philately,16 Moskovskaya street) on the stamp issuing day.
 
3 maximum cards will be issued too. Design by T.Kuznetsova.
The images do not reproduce the exact specifications of the project.
 

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