|Stamp Dance (1898) in catalogues|
|Michel:||Mi: SB 2539|
Stamp is square format.Although this issue was recognized by the Solomon Islands Postal Administration, it was not sold in the Solomon Islands, only distributed to the novelty trade by the Solomon Islands Philatelic Agency.
Also in the issue Alfons Mucha (2014):
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|Stamp Dance (1898) in digits|
|Face Value:||7 Solomon Islands dollar|
Stamp Dance (1898) it reflects the thematic directions:
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