Stamp on Marshal of The Indian AirForce Arjan Singh – India 2019.

Stamp on Marshal of The Indian Air Force Arjan Singh – India 2019.

India Post issued a Stamp on Marshal of The Indian Air Force Arjan Singh on 09 Oct 2019.  Marshal of The Indian AirForce Arjan Singh  DFC (15 Apr 1919-17 Sep 2017) was Chief of Air Force Staff from 1964-1969. He led Indian Air Force during 1965 War. in 1943 as acting Squadron Leader became Commanding officer of No 1 Squadron which took part in Arakan Campaign in Myanmar and he was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross.

He was promoted to the rank of Air Chief Marshal and became the First IAF Chief to hold this rank, awarded Padma Vibhusan in 1966 and promoted to the rank of Marshal of The Indian Air Force in 2002.

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INDIA 2019 -MARSHAL OF THE INDIAN AIR FORCE ARJAN SINGH

 

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Special Cover M S Dhoni – India 2006.

Special Cover M S Dhoni – India 2006.

Mr John Lawrence Keenan retired as General Manager Tata Iron and Steel Company in 1930. Keenan Stadium in Jamshedpur was inaugurated by Mr JRD Tata in 1939 in his honour.

A Special Cover was released on 12 Apr 2006 to commemorate the 6th One Day International Cricket Match between India and England at Keenan Stadium Jamshedpur. The Cover features MS Dhoni in Cricket Gear and Stadium in the background The Cancellation is on a Batsman.

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INDIA SPECIAL COVER 2006 – DHONI & KEENAN STADIUM.

ACC U-19 Elite Cup Cricket Thailand- Commemorative Cover Nepal.

ACC U-19 Elite Cup Cricket Thailand- Commemorative Cover Nepal.

The ACC U-19 Asia Cup is a limited-overs (50 Overs) Cricket tournament organised by ACC. The second tier tournament earlier called Asia Youth Cup was first held in 1997. It provides an opportunity for Asian U-19 teams to qualify for ICC  U-19 World Cup. It was renamed as Asian U-19 Elite Cup in 2007.

Nepal issued a commemorative cover on 01  Feb 2011 to mark the ACC U-19 Elite Cup Cricket held in Thailand from 1-10 Feb 2011.

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NEPAL 2011-ASIAN U-19 ELITE CUP THAILAND 2011

Stamps on Motorsports Champions – New Zealand 2009.

Stamps on Motorsports Champions – New Zealand 2009.

New Zealand issued a set of Five stamps, a Miniature sheet and two self-adhesive stamps on Motorsports Champions of new Zealand on 04 Feb 2009. The First Day cover with Five stamps and two self-adhesive stamps is listed.

50c – Scott Ronald Dixon (born 22 Jul 1980).He has won Five Indy Car Series Championships in 2003,08,13,15 & 18. He has won the Mid-Ohio 2019 Honda Indy 200

$1 -Bruce McLaren (1958-1970).A racecar designer, driver engineer and inventor. He won Four F1 titles and had 27 F1 Podium finishes. He founded the McLaren racing team which has won 8 World Constructors Championships and 12 World DriversChampionships till now in F1.

$1.50- Ivan Mauger (1939-2018).He was motorcycle speedway rider and won six World Championships.

$2.00 – Denny Hulme (1936-1992). He won 1967 F1 Drivers Championships. He had 8 Wins and 33 Podium finishes in F1.

$ 2.50 – Hugh Anderson (born 1936).He is four-time Grand Prix motorcycle road race Champion and  19 times New Zealand National Champion.

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NEW ZEALAND 2009 – CHAMPIONS OF MOTORSPORTS.

 

Stamps on First French Satellite -France 1965.

Stamps on First French Satellite -France 1965.

France issued a set of two stamps on Launch of First French Satellite A1 on 30 Nov 1965. Triptychs consisting of two stamps and a vignette was issued  which is listed

0.30 F- Diamant Rocket launching the Satellite     0.60 F – A 1 Satellite in orbit.

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FRANCE 1965 -FIRST SATELLITE OF FRANCE.

Miniature Sheet on Classic and Vintage Cars – Isle of Man 1995.

Miniature Sheet on Classic and Vintage Cars – Isle of Man 1995.

Motor Racing started in Isle of Man in 1905. To commemorate 90th Anniversary of motor racing a set of stamps and a miniature sheet were issued by Isle of Man Post Office on 08 May 1995.

A FDC with One Pound Miniature Sheet is listed. The MS features the winner of 1905 Tourist Trophy John S Napier in an Arrol Johnston passing the Bungalow, a recognised station on the TT circuit. His average speed was 33.9 mph over the 52-mile course.

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ISLE OF MAN MS 1995 -VINTAGE & CLASSIC CARS

Airmail Postcards on Whales – Pygmy Right Whale – South Africa 1998.

Airmail Postcards on Whales – South Africa 1998

A set of Airmail Postcards have been issued by South Africa on Mammals and Whales on 23 Oct 1998. These are No Value Indicator Postcards ( issue value 1.30 Rand). These are WWF theme postcards on Worldwide Environment Protection.

Airmail Postcard -Pygmy Right Whale.

The  Pygmy Right Whale is the smallest of the Baleen Whales. Mostly found in Southern Hemisphere (South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Tasmania, Chile ).Longest male registered at 6.1 metres and female at 6.45 metres.

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SOUTH AFRICA AIRMAIL POSTCARDS 1998 -PYGMY RIGHT WHALE.
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SOUTH AFRICA AIRMAIL POSTCARDS 1998 -PYGMY RIGHT WHALE.