World Stamp Catalogue/Moldova/1998

1997 ---- Stamp Catalogue of Moldova 1998 ---- 1999

Olympic Winter Games Nagano’ 98Edit

February 28 Perf 14
Image Michel Catalogue Number Description Reference Notes
294
263 Ski.
295
264 Artistic ice-skating.
296
265 Biathlon.

Anniversaries-Commemorations. Personalities.Edit

May 9 Perf 14:133/4
Image Michel Catalogue Number Description Reference Notes
297
266 Alexei Mateevici (1888-1917). Writer and theologue. Author of the poem “Our Language “ - the current Hymn of the Republic of Moldova.
298
267 Panteleimon Halippa (1883-1979). Publicist, politician, deputy to Sfatul Ţării.
299
268 Ştefan Ciobanu (1883-1950). Scientist, politician.
300
269 Constantin Stamati-Ciurea (1828-1898). Writer, publicist and playwright.
301
Miniature sheets 15

Nicolae Milescu-Sp[tarul (1636-1708). High official, scholar, diplomat. As the emissary of the Russian Tsar travelled to China, wrote the work “Description of China” that brought him European renown.

Michel Catalogue Number 270

Art. Monuments. Painting.Edit

May 13. Perf 14
Image Michel Catalogue Number Description Reference Notes
302
271 Monumental sculpture Ştefan cel Mare (1928). Sculptor - Alexandru Plămădeală. Chişinău.
303
272 Icon Resurrection of Jesus Christ (XIXth c.). Unknown artist. National Fine Arts Museum.
304
273 The endless column (1937). Sculptor - Constantin Brâncuşi. Târgu-Jiu.
305
274 Traian-column (113 A. D.). Sculptor - Apollodor from Damascus. Rome.

Europe ’98. National festivals.Edit

Juli 18 Perf 14
Image Michel Catalogue Number Description Reference Notes
306
275 Theatre festival Eugene Ionesco. Inaugurated in 1994.
307
276 Ceramics fair in Iurceni, Nisporeni. The XIIth edition.
308
Miniature sheets 16

International music festival Martisor. Inaugurated in 1967.

Michel Catalogue Number 277

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Diana, Princess of Wales - in memoriam.Edit

August 31
Image Description Notes
313-317
Miniature sheets 17

Diana, Princess of Wales (1961-1997). In memoriam.

Michel Catalogue Number 282-286


Moldovan Medieval Fortresses (II).Edit

September 26 Perf 14
Image Michel Catalogue Number Description Reference Notes
318
287 Fortress Chilia (XIV-XV c.). Initially belonged to Muntenia, since 1412 belonged to Moldova. A locality with access to the see, through which the external trade was carried out. Nowadays makes part of Ukraine.
319
288 Fortress Orhei (XV c.). One of Moldova´s oldest towns. Initially was fortified with two rows of walls and ditches, later with stone walls. In 1499 the fortress Orhei was destroyed.
320
289 Fortress Suceava (1388). The throne-fortress erected by Petru I Muşat (1375-1391). Nowadays is part of Romania.
321
290 Fortress Ismail (XIV c.). Founded by the Turks, situated on a plateau on the left shore of the Danube. Nowadays is part of Ukraine.


140 years of the print of the first Moldovan postage stamp.Edit

Oktober 9 Perf 14
Image Michel Catalogue Number Description Reference Notes
322
291 Порто Скрисори. 27 (Parale).
323
292 Порто Скрисори. 54 (Parale).
324
293 Порто Скрисори. 81 (Parale).
325
294 Порто Скрисори. 108 (Parale).

Out of the patrimony of museums of the Republic of Moldova. The National Museum of Ethnography and Natural History.Edit

Oktober 31 Perf 14
Image Michel Catalogue Number Description Reference Notes
326
295 Owl. Bubo bubo.
327
296 Small crane. Anthropoides virgo.

Traditional costumes.Edit

November 28 Perf 14
Image Michel Catalogue Number Description Reference Notes
328
297 Summer traditional costume (XIX/XXth c.).
329
298 Summer traditional costume (XIX/XXth c.).
330
299 Winter traditional costume (XIX/XXth c.).
331
300 Winter traditional costume (XIX/XXth c.).

Events anniversaries.Edit

December 10 Perf 14
Image Michel Catalogue Number Description Reference Notes
332
301 80 years of the union of Bassarabia with Romania.
333
302 50 years of the Universal declaration of human rights.
1997 ---- Stamp Catalogue of Moldova 1998 ---- 1999
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