TB Seals of India- Cinderella Philately – Robert Koch 1982
Cinderella Stamps are labels that resemble a postage stamp but are not used as a postal fee for sending mail.
TB Seals of India – The Tuberculosis Association of India has been releasing TB seals since 1950 to raise funds for the prevention of Tuberculosis. Every year on 02 Oct TB Seals are released by the President of India and Campaign continues till 23 Feb (Foundation day of TB Association) of next year.
1978-1982- TB Seal sold for 20 Paise 1983-1984 -TB Seal sold for 25 Paise
1985-1990 -TB Seal sold for 50 Paise 1991-1997 -TB Seal sold for Rupee One.
The Theme for the 1982 TB seal (20 Paise) Campaign was Robert Koch. Heinrich Hermann Robert Koch (1843-1910) was a German Physician and Microbiologist. He identified the main causative agents for TB, Cholera & Anthrax. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1905 for his research on Tuberculosis.
Great Britain issued a set of four stamps on 10 Mar 1976 to commemorate Centenary of First Telephone Call. The stamps feature people from various walks of life using the telephone. Gutter pairs were also issued.
Two FDCs are listed.
8 1/2 P – Housewife on a telephone 10p – Policeman on a telephone.
11p – District Nurse on a Phone 13p- Industrialist on a Phone
Stamps on Save Water Campaign – South Africa 1997.
South Africa issued a set of Five stamps on Save Water Campaign on 07 Mar 1997. The theme of the issue was Save Water. The issue was part of National water Conservation, National Water Week and National Water Day. All stamps are Standard Postage Denomination with NO Value Indicator- Top Imperforate, Bottom Imperforate, Two Side Imperforate and Booklets exist.
NVI – Save Water For Farming- Vegetables and Windmill.
NVI -Save Water for Gardening -Flowers and Watering Can
NVI – Save Water For Health – Children Bathtub
NVI – Save Water for Housing – Trowel and Hosepipe
NVI -Save Water for All – Water Tap. Donkey, Water Cart.