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Postal Stamp Image : 1ST STAMPS OF PRE AND POST INDE. INDIA 1071 Indian Post
Stamp Issue Date : 30/12/1982
Postage Stamp Dinomination : 2.00
Postal Stamp Serial Number : 1071
Postal Stamp Name : 1ST STAMPS OF PRE AND POST INDE. INDIA
Stamp Information : INPEX-82 The essence of philately is the study of philatelic material and presentation of the results of the research in a meaningful fashion. Thus an important aspect of philately is periodic exhibitions to provide opportunity to the serious collectors to present their collections with the result of their research to the experts as well as the laity. The exhibition also enables the novice to learn from the display of the experts. Since Independence, Indian P & T Department has made pioneering efforts in promoting philately through exhibitions. To celebrate the centenary of Indian postage stamp, the first International Stamp Exhibition was held in New Delhi in 1954. The first national exhibition was held in 1970 in New Delhi, the second in Calcutta (1975) and the third one at Banglore (1977). An International exhibition, INDIPEX 73 was held in New Delhi in 1973. The first international exhibition under the aegis of the Federation Internationale de Philatelie was INDIA 80, held in New Delhi in 1980. The first and perhaps the only all Asia exhibition, ASIANA 77 was held in 1977 in Banglore. Besides these national and international exhibitions, the Postmasters General have been organising exhibitions from time to time at the state, region and district levels all over the country. All these activities have generated a strong philatelic movement in the country and the Indian collectors are gaining increasing recognition in the International arena. The Fourth India National Exhibition, INPEX-82 to be held in New Delhi from 30th December 1982 to 5th January 1983 by the P & T Department, in co-operation with the Philatelic Congress of India, is an ambitious venture. It is being held in the prestigious landmark of New Delhi, the Indraprastha Stadium, which ranks among the world's first three covered stadia. The response has been overwhelming. A total of 409 collectors will display their exhibits spread over 1500 frames, the largest ever put up in any national exhibition. To mark the occasion, Indian Posts & Telegraphs Department is privileged to issue a set of two stamps.
Philatelic Stamp Description : Description of Design The 50 P. denomination stamp, designed by C.R. Pakarashi, shows a vintage composite rail coach comprising Railway Mail Service Van in the middle with passenger sections on either side. An early steam engine of Indian Railway is shown in silhouette. The 200 P. denomination stamp, designed by C.R. Pakarashi and India Security Press, depicts the first India Postage stamp, the blue Half Anna 18564, Lithograph bearing Queen Victoria's effigy, and the 3,1/2 Anna stamp carrying India's national flag, one of the set of three stamps issued in 1947 to commemorate India's Independence. The first day cover, designed by Badar Makhmoor, depicts a royal procession in Mughal Delhi. The first day special cancellation designed by Charanjit Lal shows a sketch of Indraprastha Stadium, the venue of the exhibition. The stamp designed by the India Security Press is based on the photograph (Courtesy : Department of Ocean Development) showing the Indian Scientists in their camp in Antarctica. The first day cover design comprises a collage of photographs showing different activities of the Expedition along with the map of the Antarctica. Cancellation has been designed by Charanjit Lal.
Stamp Currency : P
Stamp Type : COMMEMORATIVE
Stamp Language : English
Stamp Overall Size : 4.83 X 3.6
Postal Stamp Print Size : 4.48 X 3.3 cms.
Number of Stamps Per Sheet : 20
Stamp Perforations : 14 x 14
Postage Stamp Paper : Unwatermarked adhesive stamp paper
Indian Stamp Process : Photogravure
Number of stamps printed : 20,00,000
Stamp Printed At : India Security Press
Indian Stamp's Color : Multicolour
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