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PLIANT ABONAMENT

COLLECTIONS. ELISABETA PALACE

Romfilatelia continues the series of postage issues with the topic Collections and introduces in the circulation on Friday, April 15th, this year, the issue Collections. Elisabeta Palace.

The issue, consisting of six stamps, six minisheets, a perforated souvenir sheet and two First Day Covers, associates with the folk costumes from the patrimony of Elisabeta Palace, the images of queens or princesses from the Royal Family of Romania and statuary elements, and on the First Covers, interior images of the Elisabeta Palace.

 On the stamp with the face value of Lei 1.40 is illustrated a Folk costume distinctive for Pădureni region, first half of the twentieth century, household, worn by the Queen Elena.

 On the stamp with the face value of Lei 3.80 is depicted a Folk bridal gown distinctive for Argeş region, first quarter of the twentieth century, village workshop, by the Queen Marie.

On the stamp with the face value of Lei 3.90 is represented a Folk costume distinctive for Vrancea region, first quarter of the twentieth century, household, worn by the Queen Elisabeta.

A Folk costume distinctive for Muscel region, Traditionally inspired coat, first quarter of the twentieth century, village workshop, is illustrated on the stamp with the face value of Lei 4, worn by the Princess Ileana.

A Folk costume distinctive for Valcea region, first quarter of the twentieth century, household, is depicted on the stamp with the face value Lei 6.50, worn by the Princess Mărioara.

On the stamp with the face value of Lei 15.60, is depicted a Folk costume distinctive for Romanați region, first quarter of the twentieth century, household worn by the Princess Maria.

 On the perforated souvenir sheet of the issue, having the stamp with the face value of Lei 32, is illustrated a Folk costume distinctive for Olt region, first quarter of the twentieth century, household.

Romfilatelia thanks the Romanian Royal House Hold Association and the photographer Daniel Angelescu, the Manager Narcis Dorin Ion and the team of the Peleș National Museum, the Manager Virgil Ștefan Nițulescu and the team of the The National Museum of the Romanian Peasant, for the documentary and photographic support provided for the development of this postage stamps issue.

The philatelic issue will be available starting Friday, 15th of April in Romfilatelia’s shops network in Bucharest, Bacau, Brasov, Cluj-Napoca, Iasi and Timisoara and online on https://romfilatelia.ro/store/.

For further information, please contact the Public Relation Office:

Tel: 021 / 336 93 92

pr@romfilatelia.ro

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