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In 1997, Cuba designed a few sets of stamps with sizable blueprints. For example: rare breeds of dogs, fish, cats, ducks, soccer, fire, trains ...

Introducing a design of the block of the rare dog stamp set by the painter in beautiful watercolor, with the size 33cm x 26cm.



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The blueprint of the fish stamp set: includes imperf block and CTO block. The watercolor designs drawn by the artist are very lively and beautiful.


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Nou,
You wrote that you prepair stamp catalogue for Cambodia post. It will print variant (book) or on-line versia?
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This is a book
Present caused by the viruscorona pandemic. Everything has been suspended. Although the blueprint is complete
Thank you for your interest
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I like very much commercial covers franked with complete set of stamps, especially if they are engraved stamps. Here is one from Cambodia sent registered on March 3, 1965 from Sihanoukville, Cambodia to Saigon, franked with a complete set of birds of Cambodia:

Cambodia 1965 Birds CV a.jpg

Cambodia 1965 Birds CV b.jpg

Here are the beautiful stamps used on the cover, issued on May 2, 1964:

Eurasian magpie (Pica pica):

Cambodia Mi 166.jpg

Common Kingfisher (Alcedo atthis):

Cambodia Mi 167.jpg

Grey Heron (Ardea cinerea):

Cambodia Mi 168.jpg

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One more cover sent registered on August 2, 1965 from Phnom Penh to Saigon (arrival postmark on the back) franked with complete set shows local crops: Cotton plant, Peanut plant and Coconut tree, issued by Cambodia on August 2, 1965:

Cambodia 1965 Plants CV a.jpg

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Cover sent registered on July 2, 1966 from Phnom Penh to Saigon (arrival postmark on the back) franked with a complete set issued a day before, on July 1, 1966 to publicize the inauguration of the new World Health Organization building in Geneva, Switzerland:

Cambodia WHO CV a.jpg

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In the first two months of 2018, the Ministry of the Environment and the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) found three rare species in different areas of Cambodia: snakes, pythons, flying geckos, vultures, turtles ... These are endangered species.

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On June 10, 2020, the Cambodia Post released a set of stamps titled: Antive reptiles of Cambodia

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* Specifications:
- Date of issue: June 10, 2020.
- Printing: Offiset.
Stamp size: 43mm x 32mm.
- Including denominations: 900R; 900R; 2000R; 2000R; 3000R; 3000R.
- Number of copies: 5000 sets.
- Souvenir sheet: 400 sheets
- Color: Many colors.
- Place of printing: Vietnam.


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Nou wrote: 01 Jan 2021 03:40
TimurNN wrote: 01 Jan 2021 03:27 Image

I like owls ;)
Please introduce to you:
The whole set of imperf stamps, imperf block.


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where can I buy such an imperforate set?
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Please buy on Delcampe
Thank you for your interest
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In Cambodia, the people buy drinks or snacks from vending machines that use paper money, not coins. Coins are not used in Cambodia's modern economy.


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But it's not always the case. Archaeological evidence suggests that the Khmer first used coins for trading purposes hundreds of years ago, and currencies from each era may tell the economy and the lives of the people during that period.



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On August 12, 2020, the Cambodian Post and Telecommunication Ministry issued a set of stamps, the subject of which is: The coins ancient of period Khmer Angkor. Stamp includes 5 patterns and a block as shown.


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* Technical details:
Release Date: August 12, 2020.
- Printing: Offiset.
Stamp size: 43mm x 32mm.
- Face price: 700R; 800R; 3,000R; 4,000R; 5,000R.
- Number of releases: 5,000 pieces.
- Color: Multi-color.
- Souvenir Sheet (perf / quantity): 500 pieces.
- Souvenir Sheet (imperf / quantity): 300 pieces.
- Place of printing: by Vietnam.[/b]
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Eli wrote: 28 Feb 2021 18:30 One more cover sent registered on August 2, 1965 from Phnom Penh to Saigon (arrival postmark on the back) franked with complete set shows local crops: Cotton plant, Peanut plant and Coconut tree, issued by Cambodia on August 2, 1965:

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Another great cover franked with same stamps show local crops, sent from Phnom Penh to France on same day, August 2, 1965. Seems to me the two covers were sent by same person. Arrival postmark on the back:

Cambodia 1965 Plants CV c.jpg

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Please introduce some RPK overprinted samples (1979)


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Introducing the design drawn by the artist - the set Khmer cultural stamp 1987.


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Great collection! Very fine material for specialized catalogue of Cambodia.
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Here is a great cover sent registered from Cambodia to Paris, franked with a complete set of the stamps issued on September 1, 1964 show Hanuman monkey-god, one of the Ramayana Hindu epic heroes, servant of Lord Rama. In Cambodia, Ramayana is called Reamker:

Cambodia 1965 Hanuman CV a.jpg

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Reamker Royal Ballet players from my old photos collection:

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Registered cover sent from Sihanoukville, Cambodia to Saigon, South Vietnam on March 4, 1965. Arrival postmark on the back. The cover franked with two overprinted “CONFERENCE DES PEUPLES INDOCHINOIS” stamps issued to publicize the Indochinese People's Conference.

The Indo-Chinese People’s Conference had been convened in Phnom Penh, Cambodia in March 1965 at the initiative of Prince Norodom Sihanouk in an attempt to secure international’s guarantees for Cambodia’s neutrality and territorial integrity. The logo of the conference was ”Solidarity, Independence, Peace”.

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Registered cover sent from Phnom Penh, Cambodia on June 7, 1965 to Paris, France. Arrival postmarks were applied on the back. The cover franked with a complete set issued on May 17, 1965 commemorating centenary of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU):

Cambodia 1965 ITU CV a.jpg

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Long time since this thread was active, so just a nice set shows the Bayon temple in Angkor, issued by Cambodia on June 25, 2001 to promote tourism:

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Love the photographer under the umbrella for scale on the 1500 value.
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International Year of Tourism, Stamps Issued in 1963 and 1966 show Angkor temples and Preah Vihear temple, overprinted "ANNEE INTERNATIONALE DU TOURISME 1967", issued on April 27, 1967:
Cambodia Mi 216.jpg
Cambodia Mi 217.jpg
Cambodia Mi 218.jpg
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Cambodia Mi 220.jpg
Cambodia 1967 Tourism FDC A.jpg
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The Kouprey (Bos sauveli) is a wild, forest-dwelling bovine species found mainly in northern Cambodia. The Kouprey became endangered animal due to uncontrolled hunting by locals and soldiers for meat, horns and skulls for use in traditional Chinese medicine and loss of habitat due to agriculture and logging activity.

The first conversation measures taken for the Kouprey were ordered by Prince Norodom Sihanouk in 1960, when he declared the Kouprey as the national animal of Cambodia, partly due to its mystique, gave it protected status and declared three major reserves for its conservation.

Although the conservation's efforts, the Kouprey population severely reduced in the last decades and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) listed it as critically endangered and possibly extinct.
Kouprey, issued by Cambodia on March 3, 1964:
Cambodia Mi 163.jpg
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Cambodia 1964 Koupri FDC A.jpg
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My favorite set from Cambodia: Traditional artisans, issued on February 1, 1965. It shows weaver, engraver and basket weaver:
Cambodia Mi 184.jpg
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Fish, issued on January 29, 1970:

Siamese Tiger Fish (Coius microlepis)
Marble Goby (Oxyeleotris marmoratus)
Snakehead Murrel (Channa striata)
Cambodia Mi 260.jpg
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Cambodia 1970 Fish CV A.jpg
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Wild Animals, issued on February 20, 1967:

Wild Boar (Sus scrofa)
Indian Hog Deer (Axis porcinus)
Asian Elephant (Elephas maximus)
Cambodia Mi 212.jpg
Cambodia Mi 213.jpg
Cambodia Mi 214.jpg
Cambodia 1967 Animals CV A.jpg
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The Games of the New Emerging Forces (GANEFO) were the games set up by Indonesia in late 1962 as a counter to the Olympic Games. The GANEFO established for the athletes of the so-called "emerging nations", mainly newly independent socialist states. The second GANEFO were held in Phnom Penh, Cambodia in 1966 with participation of 17 nations from Asia only hence it was named "First Asian GANEFO". The GANEFO organization collapsed in 1970.

This set, designed and engraved by Georges Bétemps, was issued on November 25, 1966 to publicize the second GANEFO held in Phnom Penh. Stamps show the Phnom Penh Stadium and stone reliefs from the Bayon temple:
Cambodia Mi 208.jpg
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Cambodia 1966 Ganefo FDC A.jpg
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The railroad from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville in the south coast of Cambodia was constructed with the assistance of the governments of France, West Germany and the PR of China. The construction lasted for a decade and the new line inaugurated in 1969. The new railroad cut down the reliance on Saigon port of Vietnam and Khlong Toei port of Thailand.

To publicize the inauguration of Phnom Penh – Sihanoukville railroad, a set of four stamps was issued by Cambodia on November 27, 1969:

Map of the New Railroad, Designed and engraved by Thourk:
Cambodia Mi 256.jpg
Phnom Penh Railway Station, Designed and engraved by Lim Sinh:
Cambodia Mi 257.jpg
Diesel Locomotive and Country Station, Designed and engraved by Lim Sinh:
Cambodia Mi 258.jpg
Sihanoukville Railway Station, Designed and engraved by Thourk
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Cambodia 1969 Trains FDC A.jpg
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Arbor Day is a holiday in which individuals and groups are encouraged to plant and care for trees. Cambodia celebrates the arbor day on 9th of July each year.

This set was issued on July 22, 1966:
Cambodia Mi 203.jpg
Cambodia Mi 204.jpg
Cambodia Mi 205.jpg
Cambodia 1966 Arbor CV A.jpg
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Fruits of Cambodia, engraved by Claude Durrens and issued by the Kingdom of Cambodia on June 4, 1962:

Green Cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum):
Cambodia Mi 140.jpg
Sugar Apple (Annona squamosa):
Cambodia Mi 141.jpg
Purple Mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana):
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The Sangkum Reastr Niyum ("People's Socialist Community") was a political organization set up in 1955. The Sangkum party was established after Sihanouk abdicated from the throne in 1955 in favor of his father Norodom Suramarit, with the intention of concentrating on politics. The Sangkum retained control of the government of Cambodia throughout the first administration of Sihanouk, from 1955 to 1970.
To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Sangkum Reastr Niyum, this set, shows Prince Norodom Sihanouk, was issued on October 31, 1964:
Cambodia Mi 181.jpg
Cambodia Mi 182.jpg
Cambodia Mi 183.jpg
Cambodia 1964 Sangkum FDC A.jpg
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The Indo-Chinese People's Conference had been convened in Phnom Penh, Cambodia in March 1965 at the intiative of Prince Norodom Sihanouk in an attempt to secure international's guarantees for Cambodia's neutrality and territorial integrity. The logo of the conference was "Solidarity, Independence, Peace".

To commemorate the event, two of the above stamps, depicting Prince Sihanouk, were reissued overprinted "CONFERENCE DES PEUPLES INDOCHINOIS".
Cambodia Mi 187.jpg
Cambodia Mi 188.jpg
Cambodia 1965 Conference FDC A.jpg
Cambodia 1965 Conference FDC B.jpg
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Freedom from Hunger Campaign, issued on March 21, 1963:
Cambodia Mi 149.jpg
Cambodia Mi 150.jpg
Cambodia 1963 Hunger FDC A.jpg
Cambodia 1963 Hunger FDC B.jpg
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I’m enjoying seeing your Cambodia stamps and covers Eli

According to the SG catalogue the Freedom from Hunger stamps show heaps of corn and maize (rather than rice, which was my first guess).
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Rockyman44 wrote: 18 Jun 2022 03:34 I’m enjoying seeing your Cambodia stamps and covers Eli

According to the SG catalogue the Freedom from Hunger stamps show heaps of corn and maize (rather than rice, which was my first guess).
Thanks, Rockyman, for your words and the information. Just read the corn is grown in Cambodia.


Royal Ballet dancers performing the Khmer mythology legend called Khachong Sang, issued on May 30, 1967. In the Mythologies thread I enclosed several real photos used as models to design these stamps: Cambodian Royal Ballet Dancers
Cambodia 1967 Mi 221-5.jpg
Two covers sent registered to USA (FDC) and West Germany, both franked with a complete set:
Cambodia 1967 Ballet CV A.jpg
Cambodia 1967 Ballet Cv B.jpg
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Here are three FDC's of sets of stamps I already posted in this thread, all were sent registered from Phnom Penh to Trenton, USA:

Local Fruits, issued by Cambodia on September 3, 1962:
Cambodia Mi 143-5.jpg
Cambodia 1962 Trees CV A.jpg
Cambodia 1962 Trees CV B.jpg
Birds of Cambodia, issued on May 2, 1964:
Cambodia Mi 166-8.jpg
Cambodia 1964 Birds FDC A.jpg
Cambodia 1964 Birds FDC B.jpg
Crops, issued by Cambodia on August 2, 1965:
Cambodia Mi 192-4.jpg
Cambodia 1965 Trees CV A.jpg
Cambodia 1965 Trees CV B.jpg
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