Russia Post released a Souvenir sheet to commemorate 175 years of Railways on 30th September 2012.
The Souvenir sheet has a stamp image developed on the basis of posters celebrating the 175th anniversary of the Russian railways, trains and locomotives from different era like steam locomotive P36 Series (1950 release), electric locomotive VL10 (1961-1986 gg. Release), electric ED9M, high-speed train "Peregrine."
Russia Post released a stamp on the National Costumes on 21st September 2012.The stamp depicts the inhabitants of Vologda in ceremonial attire: a young man dressed in festive attire and girl betrothed and emblem of the RCC.
Russia Post released a stamp to commemorate 1150 years origin of the Russian statehood on 19th September 2012.
In the second half of the IX century began the process of With the process of unification of the North and South of Russia in the second half of 9th century resulted in the emergence of the ancient Russian state.
The stamp depicts Rurik - image of a Russian hero, a young family and a soldier.In the background the picture of peasants working and mowing can be seen.
Russia Post released a stamp on 18th September 2012, which is a Quick Response Code stamp. It is a two-dimensional bar code, which provides information for quick recognition of her with the camera on your mobile phone. QR-code can encode any information, such as text, phone number, a link to your website or business card.
The stamp features the official logo of the XXII Olympic Winter Games 2014 in Sochi and the matrix code (QR-code), which is encrypted link to the site www.sochi2014.com.It is possible from your mobile device to go to the official website of the Games in 2014 - to find out the preparation for the Olympics, read the latest news, go to the page of the Games mascots and even get to the online store "Sochi 2014", where you can purchase philatelic products with the symbol of the first Russian winter Olympics.
India Post released a stamp on 14th November 2012 to commemorate Children's day. As usual the stamp is based on the drawings made by children in a stamp Design competetion organised by the Department of Posts.The theme of the competetion this year was 'Post Office 2050'.
This year's stamp is based on a painting made by 'Jai Surya P.'. The First Day Cover and Information Brochure is based on the paintings made by 'U.Bhavya' and 'Bhavya Mithra T.S' respectively.
Russia Post released a stamp on 11th September 2012 on Fort Ross.
Fort Ross is a former Russian establishment on the west coast of North America in what is now Sonoma County, California, in the United States. It was the hub of the southernmost Russian settlements in North America between 1812 to 1842.The stamp shows a panorama of Fort Ross first half of XIX century.
Russia Post released a set of 3 stamp on the Prominent lawyers Russia on 7th September 2012.
Gavrila Romanovich Derzhavin was actively involved in the suppression of the revolt of Pugachev, was governor Olonets and Tambov provinces. Catherine II appointed Derzhavin his Secretary of State. Under Alexander I, when it was founded seven first Russian ministries, Gavrila Romanovich became the first Minister of Justice.
Anatoly Koni - lawyer, judge, statesman and public figure, a prominent forensic orator, privy councilor, member of the State Council of the Russian Empire.
Mikhail Speransky Interior Ministry headed the department, which prescribes to prepare drafts of state reforms. With the establishment of the State Council Speranski became Secretary of State, the most influential officials in Russia, second only to the emperor's person in the state.
A Joint issue of India-Israel featuring stamps was issued by India Post of Festival of Light of the respective countries, Deepavali and Hanukkah was issued by India Post on 5th November 2012. There was a mixed sheetlet of 20 stamps consisting set of 2 stamp of the face value of Rs.5/- each, apart from the regular sheets.
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