World Stamp Catalogue/Moldova/1995

1994 ---- Stamp Catalogue of Moldova 1995 ---- 1996

Mushrooms (Edible)Edit

1995-03-04 Perf 14
Image Michel Catalogue Number Description Reference Notes
165
153 Russula. Russula virescens
166
154 Boletus. Boletus luridus
167
155 Chantarelle. Cantharellus cibarius
168
156 Orange-cap boletus. Leccinum aurantiacum
169
157 Brown cap boletus. Leccinum duriusculum

The European Year of Nature Protection ’95.Edit

1995-03-18 Perf 13 3/4
Image Michel Catalogue Number Description Reference Notes
170
158 Eagle.Hieraaetus pennatus
171
159 Roe deer.Capreolus capreolus
172
160 Wild boar.Sus scrofa

Moldovan museums’ patrimony. National Museum of Ethnography and Natural History.Edit

1995-04-08 Perf 13 3/4:14
Image Michel Catalogue Number Description Reference Notes
173
161 The treasure of Chetroşica (IIIrd c. B. C.). Discovered in 1994 near the village Chetroşica.
174
162 Dinotherium gigantissimum Ştef. The skeleton was found in 1966 near the village Pripiceni. The first description of this animal was made by the scientist Grigorie Ştefănescu (1836-1911).
175
163 Getic silver coins (III-IInd cc. B. C.). The treasure was discovered in 1972 near the village Zabriceni

Europe ’95. Peace and Liberty.Edit

1995-05-09 Perf 14
Image Michel Catalogue Number Description Reference Notes
176
164 May 1945 (1975). I. Vieru
177
165 Peace (1984). S. Cuciuc
178
166 Spring 1944 (1978). S. Cuciuc

Outstanding people.Edit

1995-06-16 Perf 133/4:14
Image Michel Catalogue Number Description Reference Notes
179
167 Constantin Stere (1865-1936). Politician and writer.
180
168 Tamara Ceban (1914-1990). Folk-music singer.
181
169 Alexandru Plămădeală (1888-1940). Sculptor, author of the Ştefan-cel-Mare-Monument in Chişinău.
182
170 Lucian Blaga (1895-1961). Philosopher and poet

Moldovan Rulers (II).Edit

1995-07-02 Perf 14
Image Michel Catalogue Number Description Reference Notes
183
171 Alexandru cel Bun (1400-1432). Pursues the consolidation of the centralised feudal state. Strengthened the organisation of the military. Contributed to the recognition of the metropolitan bishops seat Suceava by the Constantinople patriarchy.
184
172 Petru Aron (1451-1452, 1454-1457). Son of Alexandru cel Bun. Orientated towards Turkey, paying a tribute to the sultan.
185
173 Ştefan cel Mare (1457-1504). Politician with a broad view, a good organiser and diplomat, one of the best military commanders of his time. During his reign he led 36 wars, out of which won 34. Fought for the maintenance and consolidation of Moldova´s independence against the Turks, Poles and Hungarians.
186
174 Petru Rareş (1527-1538, 1541-1546). A follower of the Slavonic church and culture, he applied the policy of strengthening the central power, an anti-Turkish policy with the support of minor boyars and of the merchants. The most beautiful building erected during his reign is the monastery Probota, where he is buried.
187
175 Alexandru Lăpuşneanu (1552-1561, 1564-1568). Moved Moldova´s Capital from Suceava to Jassy. Treated the boyars cruelly, that fact cost him his life.
188
176 Ioan Vodă cel Cumplit (1572-1574). Applied the policy of strengthening the central power and liberation of the country from under the Ottoman influence, impairing the interests of boyars, which called him “Cumplit” - Cruel.
189
Miniature sheets 5. Ştefan cel Mare (1457-1504)

Moldovan Medieval FortressesEdit

1995-07-29 Perf 14
Image Michel Catalogue Number Description Reference Notes
190
178 Fortress Soroca. Erected by Ştefan cel Mare on the Dniester river. In 1543 it was reconstructed by Petru Rareş.
191
179 Fortress Tighina. Built at the end of the XVth century on the Dniester river as an important customs point.
192
180 Fortress "Fortress Alba". Erected by the Genoese in the XIIIth century on the Dniester liman. In the XIVth c. was part of the Moldovan State. Nowadays is part of Ukraine.
193
181 Fortress Hotin (XIVth c.). Reconstructed by Ştefan cel Mare and Petru Rareş, in 1812 annexed to Russia. Nowadays is part of Ukraine.

UNO - 50 years.Edit

1995-10-24 Perf 14
Image Michel Catalogue Number Description Reference Notes
194
184 Against the war!
195
185 Against nature pollution!
196
186 Against apartheid!

The 50th anniversary of UNO.Edit

1995-10-24
Image Michel Catalogue Number Description Reference Notes
[[ |thumb|197-206]] 182 The 50th anniversary of UNO.
[[ |thumb|207-216]] 183 The 50th anniversary of UNO.


Cinema - 100 years.Edit

1995-12-24 Perf 14
Image Michel Catalogue Number Description Reference Notes
217
187 Filmstill “The last autumn month“ (1965). Scriptwriter Ion Druţă, director - V. Derbeniov. “Le Grand Prix” of the Canne Festival (1967).
218
188 Filmstill “Lăutarii” (1971). Scriptwriter and director - Emil Loteanu, the leading part - Serghei Lunchevici. Winner of prizes at the festivals in San Sebastiano and Sorento.
219
189 Filmstill “Dimitrie Cantemir” (1973). Scriptwriter and director - Vlad Ioviţă, in the role of Dimitrie Cantemir - actor Mihai Volontir.
1994 ---- Stamp Catalogue of Moldova 1995 ---- 1996
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