Postage Stamps, an expression of Argentine culture, art and history.
Próceres y Riquezas I – Fruticultura (1935 a 1952)
Próceres y Riquezas II (1954 a 1957) – Quebrada de Humahuaca
Próceres y Riquezas II (1954 a 1957) – Cataratas del Iguazú
Exportar es Avanzar
IX Exposición Luso-Brasilera – 1982
Serie Castelli Italiani – Italian Castle – Serie Postal Castillos Italianos
Personalidades Argentinas II
Aves Argentinas – Serie Pro Infancia – Martin Pescador – Tucán Grande
All immigrant families, we have a very special relationship with letters. In them, news came from our loved ones on the other side of the Atlantic. Sometimes good news and other times not so much. Go this tribute to what they meant to each of our families.
Observing the reality of a country, through images is possible. One of the ways to do it is to know their Postage Stamps. They reflect the landscapes, their heroes, their culture and history. On a stamp can be forever imprinted the memory of a relevant event or highlighted fact. I invite you to enter this world, to try to understand a little more, our beloved country, ARGENTINA
Here you will find postage stamps dedicated to heroes of our independence, series dedicated to historical commemorations, postage stamps of the Argentine Antarctic. My collection starts in the 1970s, but you’ll also find some older classics.
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Pablo Di Maria – Thursday , August 11th, 2022
Filatelia Argentina on the Web – February 22, 1998 – 2022 – 24 years on the Web
The Best Goal of all time, according to the eyes of whoever looks at it, made by Diego Armando Maradona in the 1986 World Cup. The Argentines have no doubt that it was the most fantastic of all the goals ever seen. If anyone does not understand what this goal by Maradona meant to many Argentines, I recommend that they read the story: “They will have to Excuse Me” by Eduardo Sacheri. This story can be read in the book: “Waiting for Tito and other football stories” by Editorial Galerna. Diego Armando Maradona, gave us many sporting joys to the Argentines. Here you will find various series of stamps of the World Cups.
In those years the Spaniards were the only ones authorized to enter merchandise through the Río de la Plata. Foreign products coming mostly from Great Britain and France were overvalued from Spain which had a lower productive capacity than these countries. The fledgling leather, wine and tasajo industry wanted to trade directly with England.
The most vigorous promoters of the May Revolution, (Belgrano, Moreno, Castelli and Paso) favored to free themselves from this Spanish defect, which did not agree with the principles of liberal doctrines, in order to trade freely with England.
Bibliography : The Cursed Heroes, The Argentine History that they did not tell us.
Author : Pacho O ́Donnell
200 Years of the Crossing of the Andes 1817-2017
The Liberating Deed of General San Martin.
First Argentine Postage Stamp (Province of Corrientes). My old article about this postage stamp you can see here.
The first stamp of our country, began to circulate on August 21, 1856, in the province of Corrientes. The stamp was designed by a French immigrant, Matías Pipet, who was also the engraver of the only plate on which the seventeen issues were printed, released until 1880, the year in which the postal services were nationalized.
With the Pipet plate, the first stamps were printed, on tissue paper, printed in black ink and with a smooth outline. The stamp had the effigy of the goddess Ceres, Latin name of the deity of agriculture.
The Seal had been entrusted to Pipet, by Dr Juan Pujol, then Governor of Corrientes, who brought the idea of the postal stamping, from a trip he had made through Europe.
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