Postcard with Yemen postage stamp commemorating the inauguration of new World Health Organization offices
Stamp issued by the Yemen Arab Republic depicting Avicenna, red roses, and the new World Health Organization headquarters in Geneva completed in 1966.
Cachet and stamp depict oil pipeline and drilling derricks.
- Manufacturer Thomas De La Rue & Company
- Subject Postmarks, Commemorative postage stamps, First day covers (Philately), Congresses and conventions, Postage stamps, United Arab Republic, Petroleum engineering, League of Arab States, Egypt, Cachets (Philately), Science on postage stamps, Petroleum industry and trade, and Arab Petroleum Congress
Depicts oil derrick, pipeline, and emblem of the 6th Annual Arab Petroleum Congress held in Baghdad, Iraq in March 1967.
Stamp depicts a generic formula for an amino acid where R stands for "radical." In organic chemistry, this nomenclature represents the possibility of any one of a series of aliphatic groups, like methyl, ethyl, propyl,…
Depicts Avicenna, a scholar of the Islamic Golden Age.
- after 1979 – before 2000
Depicts Avicenna along with an anatomical sketch in the background.