XVII Olympic Games in Rome (Italy)

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XVII Olympic Games in Rome (Italy) [Izomaterial: electronic resource]: a series of 10 postage stamps / Fig. V. Zavyalov and A. Zavyalov. - Electronic data (1 file: 1.9 MB). - (St. Petersburg: Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library, 2013). -
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The title and background information are established by the source: Catalog of USSR postage stamps, 1918-1980: [2 t.]. T. 1: (1918-1969). Moscow, 1983. P. 294.
Electronic reproduction of a series of postage stamps: XVII Olympic Games in Rome (Italy) [Izomaterial]: a series of 10 postage stamps / Fig. V. Zavyalov and A. Zavyalov. 1960. Color offset, combed tooth. The circulation of each brand is different. Location: From a private collection.
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A series of postage stamps "XVII Olympic Games in Rome (Italy)" was put into circulation in August 1960. The series includes the following brands: Run (nominal - 5 kopecks, circulation of 3.8 million copies); The struggle (nominal - 10 kopecks, circulation 4 million copies); Basketball (face value - 15 kopecks, circulation 3.7 million copies); Weightlifting (nominal - 20 kopecks, circulation 3.1 million copies); Boxing (nominal - 25 kopecks, circulation 3.2 million copies); Gymnastics (nominal - 40 cents, circulation 3 million copies); Fencing (face value - 40 kopecks, circulation of 2.3 million copies); Jumping into the water (face value - 40 kopecks, circulation of 2.3 million copies); Rowing (nominal - 60 kopecks, circulation 2.3 million copies); Races with obstacles (nominal - 1 ruble, circulation 2.3 million copies). Inscriptions on stamps: "XVII Olympic Games in Rome 1960", "Mail of the USSR" .
I. Zavyalov, Vasily Vasilyevich (artist, 1906-1972). II. Zavyalov, Alexander Vasilyevich (1946-2001) .1. Olympic Games (27, Rome, City, Italy, 1960) - Postage stamps. 2. Olympic Games (collection). 3. Postage stamps - the USSR.
BBK 75.4 (3) y9
Source of electronic copy: PB
Place of origin: From private collection
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