By Denise McCarty
Liechtenstein Submit is issuing 9 stamps Sept. 6, together with its first stamp with blockchain know-how. Such stamps usually are referred to as crypto stamps, quick for cryptocurrency, a foreign money that exists solely digitally.
In saying this challenge, Philately Liechtenstein (the submit workplace’s philatelic service) mentioned, “The crypto stamp is legitimate for postage, forgery-proof, interactive and thrilling.”
The 5.20-franc stamp was printed in a memento sheet of 1 by Gutenberg AG of Schaan, Liechtenstein. Sereina Hatt designed the memento sheet.
The safe QR (fast response) code that seems within the decrease proper of the stamp design may be scanned by a smartphone for verification by way of a particular app (utility). Scanning the code additionally reveals a hidden character.
The @ image utilized in e mail addresses is featured on a brand new 100-centime (1-franc) stamp commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of that digital communication system.
Philately Liechtenstein mentioned: “In 1971 the American pc scientist Ray Tomlinson found a means of sending a file from one pc to a person on one other pc. The recipient was capable of learn the file, reserve it, change it and ship it again once more. 50 years later, E-mails have turn into our dominant means of communication.”
Detlef Behr designed this stamp. Gutenberg AG printed it by offset in panes of 12.
The opposite new Liechtenstein stamps mark the a centesimal anniversary of its structure (three stamps), the a hundred and fortieth beginning anniversary of artist Eugen Zotow (memento sheet of two), and the 700th loss of life anniversary of Italian author Dante Alighieri (memento sheet of two).
Rene Wolfinger’s symbolic designs for the stamps honoring the 1921 structure signify freedom (85c), peace (1fr) and democracy (1.50fr). Every design consists of an excerpt from the structure.
Joh. Enschede of the Netherlands printed these stamps by offset plus scorching foil stamping in separate panes of 16.
The Eugen Zotow memento sheet is a joint challenge with Ukraine. The 2 stamps within the sheet, 1.40fr and a pair of.20fr, present works by the artist who was born Ivan Miassojedoff in Kharkiv, Ukraine, in 1881. Christine Bohmwalder designed the memento sheet, and Gutenberg AG printed it by offset.
Thomas Giger created pen-and-ink drawings for the Dante memento sheet, with a portrait of the author on the three.70fr stamp and an illustration of a hand writing with a quill on the 4fr. The border exhibits a scene from Dante’s The Divine Comedy.
For extra info, visit the Philately Liechtenstein website.
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