He included literary texts in the epistolary framework as letters to friends. Among the translations, his work Knjiga Ovidijeva od lika ljubenoga (1528) stands out the most, and in its accompanying epistle he presents his views on translation. It is assumed that he wrote love poems in the first phase of his literary career, but his preserved work reveals a man who thought about the futility of worldly possessions and God's grace (Tombstone of Frane Hektorović, etc.).
Motifs: Petar Hektorović (Fishing and Fishermen's Conversations), Grgo Martić (Poetic Works), August Šenoa (Goldsmith's Treasure)
The stamps were issued in 20-stamp sheets, and the Croatian Post has also issued a First Day Cover (FDC).
Fr. Grgo Martić (Grga, Mato) was a participant in the Croatian National Revival Movement, poet, travel writer, collector of oral poems, participant in the Illyrian movement in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia, correspondent in Croatian periodicals and translator. Born on 24 January 1822 in Rastovača near Posušje in Herzegovina, he entered a Franciscan monastery at the age of twelve (1834), attended high school in Kreševo and Požega, graduated in philosophy in Zagreb, and in theological studies in Stolni Biograd in Hungary (Székesfehérvár).
August Šenoa was born on 14 November 1838 in Zagreb. He finished elementary school in Zagreb, started high school in Pécs and completed in Zagreb, attended universities in Zagreb, Vienna and Prague. He edited the newspapers Glasonoša (The Messenger), Slawische Blätter, Pozor (The Notice) and Vienac (The Wreath). He was the artistic director and then playwright at the Croatian National Theater, city notary and city senator, and vice-president of Matica hrvatska.