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№ 898-901. The forth issue of standard Russian Federation stamps.

05.12.2003

Painter – Komsa R.

Stamps per sheets:48(4x12)
Paper - coated, self-adhesive; manufacturing process - offset + security devices; perforation - frame 11.

The Ostankino Palace is a unique architectural and artistic ensemble of the late 18th century. The oldest building in Ostankino is the church of St.Trinity (the late 17th century). The stamp features the Ostankino palace built by the serf architects of N.P.Sheremetev in the late 18th century. The stamp also features a sculpture "Apollo Belvedere".

Face value Size Description Price, mint Price, used Quantity
1.00 38×19.89 The Ostankino palace.
multicolor
1.00 0.00 200000000

№ 899

The Gatchinsky palace-and-park ensemble is one of the outstanding models of palace-and-park building in Russia. It possesses unique individuality and complements the pearl ring of the suburban royal residences of St.Petersburg. The stamp features the Gatchinsky Palace. It used to be a hunting hall of Duke Orlov, a favourite of Yekaterina II, then it became a residence of Russian emperors Pavel I, Nikolay I, Alexander II and Alexander III. The stamp also features a statue of Pavel I.

Face value Size Description Price, mint Price, used Quantity
1.50 38×19.89 The Gatchinsky Palace.
multicolor
1.50 0.00 200000000

№ 900

The palace-and-park ensemble of Petergof was founded in the early 18th century on the shore of the Gulf of Finland. It is in a sense a memorial of the Russian victory in the Northern War. The palace, featured on the stamp, is a former grand residence of Peter the Great. The stamp also features one of the sculptures of the fountain - "Samson tearing the lion's jaws".

Face value Size Description Price, mint Price, used Quantity
6.00 38×19.89 The Great Palace of Petrodvorets.
multicolor
6.00 0.00 200000000

№ 901

The palace-and-park ensemble of Tsarskoye Selo is a remarkable example of the world architecture of the 18th-19th centuries. The Palace, featured on the stamp, was built in the early 18th century, and it was the first stone royal building.

Face value Size Description Price, mint Price, used Quantity
10.00 38×19.89 The Catherine Palace in Tsarskoye Selo.
multicolor
10.00 0.00 200000000

Se-tenant

Stamps per sheet: 1 (1x1 stamps).
Paper - coated, self-adhesive; manufacturing process - offset + security devices; perforation - frame 11.
Se-tenant print quantity - 200000000.

Category:
Russian Federation : Moscow
Russian Federation : St.Petersburg
Culture and art : Monuments, sculpture
Culture and art : Architecture

Stamps:
The fourth issue of standard Russian Federation stamps.
FDC:
Post communication emblem.
Special cancellation marks:
The fourth issue of standard Russian Federation stamps.

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