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LOCOMOTIVES – NARROW GAUGE STEAM LOCOMOTIVES

Type: C  |  Date: 3.10.2016.
Motifs: Steam locomotive model no. 207 Steam Locomotive type JDŽ/HDŽ/JŽ 83-106 (SHS/BH Stb IVa5 1138) Stamps have been issued in common sheetlet of six stamps and there is also First Day Cover (FDC) issued by Croatian Post. We thank the HŽ (Croatian Railway) Infrastructure and the Croatian Railway Museum for cooperation and lent museum materials for the realisation of this issue.
Number: 1067

LOCOMOTIVES – Steam Locomotive of the series JDŽ/HDŽ/JŽ 83-106

Locomotives from this series were known in public under the name „Ćiro“. In Croatia one locomotive remained preserved from this series with the mark JDŽ/HDŽ/JŽ 83-106 (SHS/BH Stb IV a5 1138). The locomotive was built in 1916 at the Krauss Factory in

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Number: 1066

LOCOMOTIVES – Steam locomotive model no 207

The locomotive model no 207 is a tender locomotive functioning on the saturated steam system. It was built in 1949 at the Đuro Đaković Factory in Slavonski Brod

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SAY NO TO HATE SPEECH!

Type: C  |  Date: 21.09.2016.
Motif: a girl with her hand on mouth Stamp has been issued in a 6-stamp sheetlet and there is also First Day Cover (FDC) issued by Croatian Post.
Number: 1065

SAY NO TO HATE SPEECH!

All people regardless of their origin, country which they come from or in which they live, their religion, nationality or race are equal and have equal rights and thus is any disregard and disrespect of the fact as well as any abuse relying on this basis hate speech!

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950th Anniversary of the First Mention of the Town of Šibenik

Type: C  |  Date: 15.09.2016.
Motif: Cathedral of St. James in Šibenik Stamp has been issued in 16-stamp sheet and there is also First Day Cover (FDC) issued by Croatian Post (FDC).
Number: 1064

950th Anniversary of the First Mention of the Town of Šibenik

Šibenik was actually erected and built through centuries by Croats. Šibenik has got no precedent antique settlements like neighbouring towns on Croatian coastline which were later inhabited by Croats.

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THE STAMP DAY – 25 YEARS OF POSTAGE STAMPS OF THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA

Type: C  |  Date: 9.09.2016.
Motif: part of the envelope with hologram depiction of a stamp and cancellation Authors: Lidija Novosel and Adam Peter Maguire, authors from Zagreb Stamp has been issued in 4-stamp sheetlet and there is also First Day Cover issued by Croatian Post (FDC).
Number: 1063

THE STAMP DAY – 25 YEARS OF POSTAGE STAMPS OF THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA

Apart from modernism and clarity in design, Croatian stamps have also shown various technical innovations. This year's Stamp Day will be remembered just by one of them – a stamp produced as hologram.

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450TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BATTLE OF SIGET/SZIGETVAR

Type: S/S  |  Date: 5.09.2016.
Motifs: 4.50 – Coat of arms of the town of Siget/Szigetvar 6.50 - Painting „ Zrinski’s Charge from the Siget Fortress“(oil on canvas, Déri Museum, Hungary) Souvenir sheet is composed of two stamps and Croatian Post has also issued a First Day Cover (FDC). Croatian Post has prepared this souvenir sheet as a joint issue with Hungarian Post.
Number: 1062

450TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BATTLE OF SIGET/SZIGETVAR, „ Zrinski’s Charge from the Siget Fortress“(

Modern organised Turkish army composed of 100,000 soldiers and 300 cannons came across an obstacle on their way - a town of Siget, with strategic importance for the defence of Croatia and Hungary. The defence of the town with only 2,500 soldiers was led by Nikola Šubić Zrinski.

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Number: 1061

450TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BATTLE OF SIGET/SZIGETVAR, Coat of arms of the town of Siget/Szigetvar

Modern organised Turkish army composed of 100,000 soldiers and 300 cannons came across an obstacle on their way - a town of Siget, with strategic importance for the defence of Croatia and Hungary. The defence of the town with only 2,500 soldiers was led by Nikola Šubić Zrinski.

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