Travel the World of Postage Stamps - International Stamp Exhibition CAPEX '87, Toronto, Canada - Black Crowned Crane (Balearica pavonina) - Cambodia 1987 - Michel Cambodia 869 - my hobby

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Travel the World of Postage Stamps - International Stamp Exhibition CAPEX '87, Toronto, Canada - Black Crowned Crane (Balearica pavonina) - Cambodia 1987 - Michel Cambodia 869 - my hobby.

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Greetings friends!

On another postage stamp from Series International Stamp Exhibition CAPEX '87, Toronto, Canada, issued in Cambodia in 1987, we see a wonderful Black Crowned Crane (Balearica pavonina).

Image Black Crowned Crane (Balearica pavonina), we saw on the postage stamps of the African continent and the European part of the Eurasian continent.

I had the opportunity to communicate with such a bird at a distance of outstretched hand and left a lot of photographs as a souvenir. That was interesting.

I do not know if these birds migrate to #Cambodia, but I am not trying to find logic in the choice of images for this series of postage stamps.

She, logically, no, just, for the release of this series, they chose the most common #birds that were supposed to attract the attention of both philatelists and ornithologists, who, potentially, can become philatelists.

Even in #Hive, this series of postage stamps can have practical applications.

As you know, there is a community of Feathered Friends that specializes in the creation of bird watchers and photographs.

It is quite possible that one of the postage stamps will help you identify the type of bird and its spelling in Latin.

Let's take a look at this postage stamp.

Description of the postage stamp:

Type: Postage Stamp.
Country: Cambodia.
Subject: #Birds, #Fauna, #Animals, #Nature, #Cambodia.
Series: International Stamp Exhibition CAPEX '87, Toronto, Canada.
Name: Black Crowned Crane (Balearica pavonina).
Denomination of a postage stamp: 0.80 ៛ - Cambodian riel.
Michel's Cambodia catalog code: 869.
Episode release date: May 05, 1987.
Perforation: comb 12¾ x 12½.
Postage stamp size: 40 x 50 mm.
Printing technology: Offset lithography.
Circulation: ?.
Estimated price for a clean postage stamp: ? - $ ?.
Estimated price for a canceled postage stamp: $ 0.06 - $ 0.34.
Photo: original from @barski collection.

Canceled postage stamp

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Previous postage stamp from this series and a link to its description:

Type: Postage Stamp.
Country: Cambodia.
Subject: #Birds, #Fauna, #Animals, #Nature, #Cambodia.
Series: International Stamp Exhibition CAPEX '87, Toronto, Canada.
Name: Eurasian Hoopoe (Upupa epops).
Denomination of a postage stamp: 0.50 ៛ - Cambodian riel.
Michel's Cambodia catalog code: 868.
Episode release date: May 05, 1987.
Perforation: comb 12¾ x 12½.
Postage stamp size: 40 x 50 mm.
Printing technology: Offset lithography.
Circulation: ?.
Estimated price for a clean postage stamp: ? - $ ?.
Estimated price for a canceled postage stamp: $ 0.07 - $ 0.34.
Photo: original from @barski collection.

Canceled postage stamp

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Previous postage stamp from this series and a link to its description:

Type: Postage Stamp.
Country: Cambodia.
Subject: #Birds, #Fauna, #Animals, #Nature, #Cambodia.
Series: International Stamp Exhibition CAPEX '87, Toronto, Canada.
Name: Nubian Bee-eater (Merops nubicus).
Denomination of a postage stamp: 0.20 ៛ - Cambodian riel.
Michel's Cambodia catalog code: 867.
Episode release date: May 05, 1987.
Perforation: comb 12¾ x 12½.
Postage stamp size: 50 x 40 mm.
Printing technology: Offset lithography.
Circulation: ?.
Estimated price for a clean postage stamp: ? - $ ?.
Estimated price for a canceled postage stamp: $ 0.07 - $ 0.34.
Photo: original from @barski collection.

Canceled postage stamp

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To be continued.

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You can see the development of the story of my postage stamp collection on my Leofinance blog

I edited a photo in the program PhotoDirector, which I also installed on my smartphone.

Author @barski
Ukraine

For my publications, I do not use stock photographs, it is fundamentally important for me to use photographs that I have made with my own hands for publication and I can name them - authorial work.

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