Stamp: V.E. Lazarenko (Clown & Acrobat) (Soviet Union, USSR 1989)

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V.E. Lazarenko (Clown & Acrobat) (Soviet Union, USSR 1989)

22 August (Soviet Union, USSR ) within release 70th Anniversary of Soviet Circus. goes into circulation Stamp V.E. Lazarenko (Clown & Acrobat) face value 10 Russian kopek

Stamp is horizontal format.

Also in the issue 70th Anniversary of Soviet Circus.:

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Stamp V.E. Lazarenko (Clown & Acrobat) in digits
Country: Soviet Union, USSR
Date: 1989-08-22
Print: Offset lithography
Size: 58 x 26
Perforation: Imperforate
Emission: Commemorative
Format: Stamp
Face Value: 10 Russian kopek

Stamp V.E. Lazarenko (Clown & Acrobat) it reflects the thematic directions:

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