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№ 341A-345A. The second standard issue of postage stamps of the Russian Federation.

10.06.1997

Painter – Artsymenev Y.

Stamps per sheets: 100 (10x10 stamps).
Paper - offset; manufacturing process - offset; perforation - comb 12 x 12½.

The logo of the Federal Postal Service of the Russian Federation is placed on the corporate post envelopes, vehicles, post equipment, service dress, seals and flags of the RF post service.

Face value Size Description Price, mint Price, used Quantity
500.00 18.5×26 The logo of the Federal Postal Service of the Russian Federation. >> 500.00 100.00 mass

№ 342 А ст.

St.George was not only one of the most revered saints in Ancient Russia. He became part of Russian culture. Cathedrals and monasteries were created in his honour. Grand dukes named their sons after him. People celebrated his day on 23 April (6 May). St.George fighting down the Serpant was first the symbol of Moscow, and then he was included in the symbol of Russia.

Face value Size Description Price, mint Price, used Quantity
750.00 18.5×26 St.George, one of the most revered Christian saints. >> 750.00 150.00 mass

№ 343 А ст.

The Flag of the Russian Federation is the official symbol of the Power. The Coat of Arms is the official symbol of the State. It is depicted on the seals, government organs forms and currency notes.

Face value Size Description Price, mint Price, used Quantity
1,000.00 18.5×26 The Coat of Arms and the Flag of the Russian Federation. >> 1,000.00 200.00 mass

№ 344 А ст.

The picture symbolizes electric power - the main sphere of energetics providing electrification of the country. In developed nations the technical means of the electric power are united in automated and controlled systems.

Face value Size Description Price, mint Price, used Quantity
1,500.00 18.5×26.5 Electric power (electricity transmission towers and a detail of a turbine). >> 1,500.00 300.00 mass

№ 345 А ст.

The Spasskaya Tower featured on the stamp is considered the main tower of the Moscow Kremlin. It was built in 1491 by an Italian architect Pietro Solari. First it was called Frolovskaya. It was renamed Spasskaya in 1658, when the Saviour was painted above the gate. The Great Kremlin Palace was built in 1838-1849 by a group of architects under the guidance of K.A.Ton. The palace front faces the Moskva. It is 125 m long from west to east. The palace was a temporary residence of the emperor family when they came to Moscow.

Face value Size Description Price, mint Price, used Quantity
2,500.00 18.5×26.5 The Moscow Kremlin (The Spasskaya Tower and the Great Kremlin Palace). >> 2,500.00 500.00 mass

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The second standard issue of postage stamps of the Russian Federation.

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