|Se-tenant Nagoya Port Aquarium & Azalea in catalogues|
|Michel:||Mi: JP 4417-4418|
|Stanley Gibbons:||Sg: JP-AICH 22a|
Se-tenant is horizontal format.
Also in the issue Prefecture Stamps - Aichi:
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|Se-tenant Nagoya Port Aquarium & Azalea in digits|
|Size:||52 x 36|
|Face Value:||2*80 Japanese yen|
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