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 1981 – SWEDISH FILM HISTORY
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 1969- PAINTINGS of IVAN AGUELI
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 – King 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 1984 -OLD TOWNS