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Canada stamp cp19i 38i kiosk stamps 4 strips of 5 designs 2016
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Canada Stamp #CP19i-38i - Kiosk Stamps - 4 strips of 5 designs (2016)

4 strips of 5 (P, $1.20, $1.80, $2.50)

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Sku code: CAN-CP19I-38IS

Computer Vended Postage. (Montreal Post Office Code)

Available in strips of five in any of the four main denominations (P, $1.20, $1.80, $2.50), print-on-demand kiosk stamps feature five landscapes by famous Canadian painters.

Base stamp designs are printed at Lowe-Martin in Ottawa on Avery Dennison Paper. Denomitation and numeric codes are printed via direct thermal print at the kiosks.

Landscapes by Canadian Painters

Emily Carr (1871–1945)
Indian War Canoe (Alert Bay), 1912

James Edward Hervey MacDonald (1873–1932)
The front of Winter, 1928

Tom Thomson (1877–1917
In the Northland, 1915

Albert Henry Robinson (1881–1956)
Winter, Baie-Saint-Paul, circa 1923

Arthur Lismer (1885–1969)
Little Haven, Nova Scotia, 1930

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Canada

CP19i-38i

Landscapes - Canadian Painters

Kiosk Stamps - 4 strips of 5 designs

2016-10-31

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4 strips of 5 (P, $1.20, $1.80, $2.50)

Multicoloured

13.3 x 13.8

GT - General (Ottawa) Tagging

The Lowe-Martin Group

Computer Vended Postage. (Montreal Post Office Code)

Available in strips of five in any of the four main denominations (P, $1.20, $1.80, $2.50), print-on-demand kiosk stamps feature five landscapes by famous Canadian painters.

Base stamp designs are printed at Lowe-Martin in Ottawa on Avery Dennison Paper. Denomitation and numeric codes are printed via direct thermal print at the kiosks.

Landscapes by Canadian Painters

Emily Carr (1871–1945)
Indian War Canoe (Alert Bay), 1912

James Edward Hervey MacDonald (1873–1932)
The front of Winter, 1928

Tom Thomson (1877–1917
In the Northland, 1915

Albert Henry Robinson (1881–1956)
Winter, Baie-Saint-Paul, circa 1923

Arthur Lismer (1885–1969)
Little Haven, Nova Scotia, 1930