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Victor Hugo, 1802-1885

by Hugo, Victor, 1802-1885.) Djibouti

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Djibouti (Djibouti), 1985     ¶ A fine miniature portrait of the famous novelist, designed by Jean-Paul Veret-Lemarinier, of Forges les Bains near Paris, printed by Éditions de l'Aubetin (Switzerland), and issued at Djibouti on 24 June 1985. This is a DELUXE PROOF specially printed for the philatelic market: Such proofs are typically issued in very small numbers.   ||| Collation: Deluxe proof 130 x 100 mm (5 x 4 inches) overall, the stamp 49 x 27 mm lettered in French with Arabic, denominated 80 F, signed in print Veret-Lemarinier lower left and EDILA lower right, lithographed in colors within a sunken panel 70 x 50 mm on thick, coated (glossy) paper unmarked, broad margins, ungummed as issued.  Condition: Mint; eminently frameable.  Reference: Cf Scott (Djibouti) 601.  .
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