Two New Czech Postage Stamps Commemorate Caucasian Carpets

by Charles Recknagel

PRAGUE, June 5, 2010 — It’s a rare event when a European country issues a postage stamp commemorating oriental carpets.

But this year the Czech Republic has issued two.

The pair of stamps depicts 19th century Karabakhs, from the Caucasus area of the same name.

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Chelaberd stamp

One stamp (above) shows a Chelaberd.

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Kasim Usak stamp

The second stamp shows a Kasim Usak.

Read the whole article at tea-and-carpets.blogspot.com

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