26 April 2021
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Stamp Quiz # 3 Answers
Which African country was first to issue non-colonial postage stamps?
What were the two oils postmaster had to mix with printer’s ink to make obliterator ink for cancelling the first Penny Blacks in 1840?
ANSWER: Linseed oil and olive oil (known as sweet oil in 1840)
In which year was a GB 4½d stamp first issued?
Which country was first to use catapult mail; and in which year?
ANSWER: France in 1928
Which king is portrayed on the 1886 first stamp of the Protectorate Kingdom of Tonga?
ANSWER: King George I of Tonga
Which ship features on the 1.50 franc stamp issued by France in 1935?
ANSWER: S.S. Normandie
Which sport is celebrated on the 3 cent 1928 Netherlands Olympics stamp?
What 1925 event was celebrated in Norway with a set of Air stamps?
ANSWER: Amundsen’s Polar Flight
What production method was used to create Portugal’s first postage stamps in 1853?
Which ruler appeared on the first stamps of Liechtenstein?
ANSWER: Prince John II
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