Souvenir Sheet: Columbus, Spanish royal coat of arms and caravel (Saint Vincent and The Grenadines 1988)

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Columbus, Spanish royal coat of arms and caravel (Saint Vincent and The Grenadines 1988)

11 January (Saint Vincent and The Grenadines ) within release 500th ann. of the discovery of America (1992) (II) goes into circulation Souvenir Sheet Columbus, Spanish royal coat of arms and caravel face value 5 East Caribbean dollar

Souvenir Sheet Columbus, Spanish royal coat of arms and caravel in catalogues
Michel: Mi: VC BL55
Stanley Gibbons: Sg: VC MS1131

Souvenir Sheet is square format.

Also in the issue 500th ann. of the discovery of America (1992) (II):

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Souvenir Sheet Columbus, Spanish royal coat of arms and caravel in digits
Country: Saint Vincent and The Grenadines
Date: 1988-01-11
Print: Offset lithography
Perforation: comb 14¼ x 14
Emission: Commemorative
Format: Souvenir Sheet
Face Value: 5 East Caribbean dollar

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