Mini Sheet: University Library and Equestrian Statue of King Carol I (Romania 2014)

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University Library and Equestrian Statue of King Carol I (Romania 2014)

07 November (Romania ) within release 100th Anniversary of Carol I University Foundation Palace goes into circulation Mini Sheet University Library and Equestrian Statue of King Carol I face value 4*9.10 Romanian leu

Mini Sheet University Library and Equestrian Statue of King Carol I in catalogues
Michel: Mi: RO 6894KBI

Mini Sheet is horizontal format.

Type I - margin photo is in sepia tones Type II - margin photo is in color

Also in the issue 100th Anniversary of Carol I University Foundation Palace:

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Mini Sheet University Library and Equestrian Statue of King Carol I in digits
Country: Romania
Date: 2014-11-07
Print: Offset lithography
Size: 149 x 111
Perforation: comb 13½
Emission: Commemorative
Format: Mini Sheet
Face Value: 4*9.10 Romanian leu
Print run: 1015

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