First Day Cover on Colleges – Hindu College Delhi – India 1999.
The Hindu College was founded in 1899 by Rai Bahadur Dharam Sudhakar and Shri Krishan Dass Ji Guruwale. The Opening Ceremony was performed by Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya. It started in a Building in Chandni Chowk, then shifted to Kashmere Gate and to present Campus in 1953.
A Stamp of Rs Three denomination was issued on 17 Feb 1999 to mark the Centenary of the College. A First Day Cover is listed. It was printed in Nashik and print quantity was Seven Lakhs.
Stamps on Federal Republic of Saarland– Germany – 2007.
Germany has issued stamp on 50th Anniversary of Federal Republic of Saarland on 02 Jan 2007. Saarland is a forested Southwestern German State bordered by France and Luxembourg. It is named after Saar river and is a part of the Moselle Wine region. Its capital Saarbrucken is known for Saarland Museum and baroque style Ludwig Church. It was formed in 1920 after World War I.It joined the Federal Republic of Germany on 01 Jan 1957 as its state after rejecting the 1955 Saar Statute referendum.It used its own currency Saar Franc and issued postage stamps until 1959.
Two First Day Covers cancelled at Berlin is listed. The stamp features Buildings, rivers, Coat of Arms & Steel Industry.
Bermuda issued a series of Definitive stamps in 1962 on theme Buildings of Bermuda. A stamp of 10 pence was issued on 08 Feb 1965 featuring The Bermuda Cottage 1705 and Portrait of QE II. A First Day Cover is listed.
Stamps of Brunei – 50th Anniversary INTERPOL 1973.
INTERPOL -The International Criminal Police Organisation is the International Organisation that facilitates International Police Co-operation. It is based in Lyon, France. It was raised in 1923 and has 181 member countries. Its motto is “Connecting Police for a Safer World”.
Brunei issued two stamps on 07 Sep 1973 to commemorate 50th Anniversary of INTERPOL. The Stamps feature INTERPOL headquarters & Sultan of Brunei. A FDC is listed.