Liechtenstein issues SEPAC 2016 stamp

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LI-16-sepac-54952.PNG The four seasons of the year represented by different colour schemes
Liechtenstein Post has released details of its SEPAC 2016 stamp, which ties in with this year's common theme of 'seasons'.

Liechtenstein Post has released details of its SEPAC 2016 stamp, which ties in with this year's common theme of 'seasons'.

SEPAC is the Small European Postal Administration Cooperation, which consists of fourteen members, including the Isle of Man, Malta, Greenland, Vatican City and Aland. Each year, SEPAC members are invited to submit a stamp or stamps based on that year's theme. The theme for 2016 is seasons, and five countries, including Liechtenstein, have issued details of their 'seasons' design.

The Liechtenstein Post's stamp, designed by Hans Peter Gassner, is divided into four equal areas, representing spring, summer, autumn and winter. Each section has a colour theme appropriate to that season, with white and grey for winter, pastels for spring, bright colours for summer and greens and browns for the autumn section.

The 1.50CHF stamp will be issued on 7 March 2016.

 

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