Stamp: Chumaks (salt-traders) (Ukraine 1994)

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Chumaks (salt-traders) (Ukraine 1994)

28 May (Ukraine ) within release Definitive issue (3rd series) goes into circulation Stamp Chumaks (salt-traders) face value В No Face Value

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Ethnographic plots "Ancient Ukraine" Slobozhansky Chumaks on the road from Crimea. Five carts with a load, drawn by oxen, move past the mound with the "stone woman", accompanied by the Chumaks. Image of the Small Emblem of Ukraine (on the left upper corner). Face value: В = 10,000 Ukrainian karbovanets.
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Stamp Chumaks (salt-traders) in digits
Country: Ukraine
Date: 1994-05-28
Paper: ordinary
Print: Offset lithography
Size: 18.5 x 26
Perforation: comb 12 x 12¼
Emission: Definitive
Format: Stamp
Face Value: В No Face Value

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