Swedish Film History – Miniature Sheet Sweden 1981.

Swedish Film History – Miniature Sheet Sweden 1981.

Sweden Issued a Miniature Sheet on 10 Oct 1981 containing five stamps. The Theme of the miniature sheet was Swedish Film History. The Films featured on stamps are

1.50 Kr – Olof Ahs in “Phantom Carriage” from Victor Sjostrom – engraved by Majvor Franzen-Matthews.

1.50 Kr- Ingrid Bergman & Gosta Ekman in “Intermezzo” from Gustaf Molander – engraved by Ame Wallhorn.

1.65 Kr – Greta Garbo in “The Saga of Gosta Berling” from Mauritz- engraved by Czeslaw Slania.

1.65 Kr – Stig Jarrel & Alf Kjelin in “Torment” from Ingmar Bergman -engraved by Czeslaw Slania.

2.40 Kr -Kari Sylvan and Harriet Andersson in “Cries and Whispers ” from Ingmar Bergman -engraved by Czeslaw Slania.

SWEDEN MS CINEMA
SWEDEN MS 1981 – SWEDISH FILM HISTORY

Paintings of a Swedish Sufi Painter – Stamps of Sweden 1969

Paintings of a Swedish Sufi Painter – Stamps of Sweden 1969

Ivan Agueli (1869-1917) born John Gustaf Agelli and also known as Sheikh Aqili after conversion to Islam was a wandering Sufi painter and author. Sweden issued a miniature sheet of six stamps on 06 Jun 1969 featuring his paintings to mark his Birth Centenary.

SWEDEN MS PAINTINGS
SWEDEN MS 1969- PAINTINGS of IVAN AGUELI

Old Towns on Stamps- Sweden 1984

Old Towns on Stamps- Sweden 1984

Sweden issued a set of six stamps on old towns on 28 Aug 1984. The towns featured on the stamps are

Jonkoping   РKing Magnus Ladulas awarded the rights to the town in 1284.

Karlstad -It got its town privileges in 1584 and named after Prince Karl IX

Gavle – It is known since 1413 for exporting Iron & Copper.

Sigtuna- The settlement dates back to 1000 AD

Norrkoping- This town had its origin in 1384 AD

Vadstena -It was opened in 1384

FDC SWEDEN STADER
FDC SWEDEN 1984 -OLD TOWNS