Souvenir Sheet: Flag of Togo and President Eyadema (Togo 1987)

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Flag of Togo and President Eyadema (Togo 1987)

13 January (Togo ) within release National Liberation, 20th Anniversary goes into circulation Souvenir Sheet Flag of Togo and President Eyadema face value 500 West African CFA franc

Souvenir Sheet Flag of Togo and President Eyadema in catalogues
Michel: Mi: TG BL293
Stanley Gibbons: Sg: TG MS1935

Souvenir Sheet is horizontal format.

Also in the issue National Liberation, 20th Anniversary:

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Souvenir Sheet Flag of Togo and President Eyadema in digits
Country: Togo
Date: 1987-01-13
Print: Offset lithography
Size: 109 x 75
Perforation: comb 12¼
Emission: Air Post
Format: Souvenir Sheet
Face Value: 500 West African CFA franc

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