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South American Sport Games (Bolivia 1951)

01 July (Bolivia ) within release South American Ahletics Games - La Paz, 5th Ed. goes into circulation Souvenir Sheet South American Sport Games face value 6 Bolivian boliviano

Souvenir Sheet South American Sport Games in catalogues
Michel: Mi: BO BL13B

Souvenir Sheet is horizontal format.

Printed by Security Bank Note Co., Philadelphia. Souvenir sheet of four stamps.

Also in the issue South American Ahletics Games - La Paz, 5th Ed.:

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Souvenir Sheet South American Sport Games in digits
Country: Bolivia
Date: 1951-07-01
Print: Recess
Size: 150 x 100
Perforation: Imperforate
Emission: Air Post
Format: Souvenir Sheet
Face Value: 6 Bolivian boliviano
Print run: 10000

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