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|25.04.1959 "Famous personalities" ||20.06.1962 "Famous personalities" ||25.11.1966 "Prehistoric animals"|
|29.07.1967 "Famous personalities" ||24.06.1968 "150 birth anniversary of Ion Ionescu de la Brad; 100 birth anniversary of Emil Racovita" ||30.07.1993 "Prehistoric animals"|
|30.04.1994 "Dinosaurs"||26.07.2001 Surcharged from 1994||25.02.2005 "Dinosaurs from Tara Hategului - Romania"|
|19.01.2007 "100 years since the foundation of biospeleology by the Romanian scientist Emil Racovita" ||20.05.2008 "Centenary of National Natural History Museum"||20.09.2014 "555th Anniversary of Bucharest" |
|22.01.2016 "Prehistoric animals"|
|31.05.1958 "Famous personalities" [A1]||22.06.1961 "Wildlife & Hunting" [A2]||25.01.1976 "200 years of USA independentcy" [A2]|
"Bugs with overprinted values"
||17.02.2011 "Romanian Caves" |
[A1] Carl Linnei (1707 - 1778) Sweden Carl Linnaeus, was a Swedish botanist, physician, and zoologist,who laid the foundations for the modern scheme of binomial nomenclature uses in all biology related since, include paleontology. He is known as the father of modern taxonomy, and is also considered one of the fathers of modern ecology.
[A2] In June 1961, Post Authority of Romania issued a set of 10 stamps "Wildlife & Hunting "
Wid animal shown on foreground and a hunter on a background. The stamp with smallest face value of 20 bani, with Lynx on foreground shows a hunter with a spear depicting on a background, perhaps prehistoric human
[A3] Thomas Jefferson, the 3rd American president, author of the Declaration of Independence depicting on one of these stamps. He was also a central player in the beginnings of American paleontology. In addition, his participation occurred at a time when people were struggling with the ideas of fossils as evidence of past life, of extinction, and of an Earth far older than the Biblical account.
Some of the fruits of Jefferson's paleontology became part of the collections at the American Philosophical Society in Philadelphia. Beginning in 1849 these holdings were transferred over to the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, where they are currently housed. More info is here and here
The stamp of Thomas Jefferson issued in 1851 is the first Paleontology related stamp ever.
[A4] Various dinosaur silhouettes on bug stamp of Romania 1999. Original stamps issued in 1996.
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