Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway was born on 21 Jan 2004 at the National Hospital in Oslo. She is the eldest child of Crown Prince Haakon & Crown Princes Mette-Marit. She is second in line to succeed her grandfather King Harald V.
Norway issued a souvenir sheet on 17 April 2004 to celebrate her birth.
Thailand issued a stamp on 09 Feb 2015 on theme Symbol of Love and Valentine’s day. It was printed with perfumed ink and rose variety named “Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn” depicted to mark 60th Anniversary of HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn.
On 09 April 1947 King Mohammed V delivered a speech at Tangier calling for Independence of Morocco. A Miniature sheet was issued by Morocco on 09 April 1987 to commemorate 40th Anniversary of Tangier Speech.
Montserrat issued a Miniature Sheet with four stamps on theme National Development. These stamps were issued on 03 Oct 1977. Two of the stamps feature Glendon Hospital. A gutter pair of the two stamps is listed.
20c – Princess Anne laying Foundation of Glendon Hospital.
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.
Paintings by Liu Kuan-tao -Stamps of Taiwan (ROC) -1998
The Yuan Dynasty Painter Liu Kuan-tao was a Skilled painter of Lanscapes,Portraits , Flowers , Birds & Animals. A Painting of Emperor Shih-tzu of Yuan Dynasty (also Known as Kublai Khan) on a hunting expedition was the subject of stamps on Ancient Chinese Painting “Drawing of Hunting of Emperor Shih-tzu,Yuan Dynasty”. Kublai Khan was grandson of Chengis Khan.
This Painting is set amid a vast sea of sand which shows Kublai Khan leading entourage on horse back to hunt in the wilderness.The drawings of dogs,horses and camels arevery true to life.Kublai Khan dressed inred and awhite fur overcoat is centre figure of painting.But the horseman who is drawing his bow to shoot a wild geese on the left is the focus of the whole painting.The eyes of all the figures in the painting are fixed on him in anticipation of the arrow leaving the bow.