Stamp: Famous Poses From the Kabuki Theatre (Uganda 1999)

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Famous Poses From the Kabuki Theatre (Uganda 1999)

24 November (Uganda ) within release Anniversaries and Events goes into circulation Stamp Famous Poses From the Kabuki Theatre face value 700 Ugandan shilling

Stamp Famous Poses From the Kabuki Theatre in catalogues
Michel: Mi: UG 2128
Stamp Number: Sn: UG 1609b

Stamp is square format.

150th Anniversary death of Katsushika Hokusai 1760-1849

Also in the issue Anniversaries and Events:

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Stamp Famous Poses From the Kabuki Theatre in digits
Country: Uganda
Date: 1999-11-24
Print: Offset lithography
Perforation: comb 14
Emission: Commemorative
Format: Stamp
Face Value: 700 Ugandan shilling

Stamp Famous Poses From the Kabuki Theatre it reflects the thematic directions:

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